Music for Everyone exists to cultivate the power of music as an educational, community building, public health, and social justice tool to transform lives, schools, and communities in Lancaster County.

The Third Annual Pequea Creek Races

Join Sickman’s Mill Outfitters and Music for Everyone for a weekend of fun, creativity, team-building, and probably healthy amount of fun competitive trash-talking… Sickman’s Mill is hosting the 3rd Annual Pequea Boat Races to benefit Music for Everyone on September 15th through 17th.

Learn More and Sign Up

The Steven Killough Memorial Well Being Grants are Available

Music For Everyone is proud to announce a new grant track in memorial of Dr. Steven Killough, who died unexpectedly in 2021. The “Dr. Steven Killough Grant to promote Youth Well-being though the power of music”, is made possible through a generous donation from Lancaster Pediatrics. These grants will aim to support programs throughout Lancaster County that are using music as a well-being tool for kids birth-21 years of age.

Apply Now

Keys for the City

The Keys for the City pianos are rocking the streets of Lancaster. Visit them all while they are out this summer!

Learn More

Music Fridays in Lancaster

Music Fridays are in full swing. Join us on the third Friday of every month from May through September as we team up with the City of Lancaster and Kitchen Kettle Village to bring music to the streets!

Learn more or Sign Up to Play

Songs For Justice

Now more than ever, we have the responsibility to leverage our voices to illuminate justice and equality. Learn more about MFE's "Songs For Justice" Initiative.

Learn More

Music Resources

Music For Everyone has compiled a list of music resources that just about anyone can use to soothe, inspire, uplift, smile, sing or dance. Check them out here!

Check It Out

MFE's Instrument Repair Program

We're cataloging and repairing EVERY instrument of EVERY public school in Lancaster County.

Learn More

I wasn’t going to come to school, but then I remembered we have orchestra today.

5th grade student