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Melody of Hope (MOH) exists to use music as a way to support and become an advocate for area nonprofit organizations. MOH builds live music programs, concerts and showcases into nonprofit events throughout North Texas. that feature artists of all genres and cultures while focusing on a greater cause.
Melody of Hope (MOH) exists to support and become an advocate for area nonprofit organizations through the power of music. MOH builds live music programs, concerts and showcases that feature artists of all genres and cultures while focusing on a greater cause. MOH uses these programs to educate and mobilize attendees to extend hope to many in tangible ways for local nonprofit organizations already serving those in need. Our collaborative projects and priorities are based solely on the needs of the community. We want to help provide our support through music programs that are not so easily accessible to nonprofits. Together we realize that we can help target multiple issues that plague our local communities, contribute to the sustainable growth of our city, provide quality musical programming, and contribute to the advancement of the arts in North Texas. As a dedicated arts advocate and community anchor, Melody of Hope is steadfast in bringing quality music programming to every nonprofit event in Frisco, integrating art into the fabric of community life here in our city.
We are currently building our live music programs into 80-90 non-profit events in North Texas and creating a new program “Music on Main” festival that will attract approximately 9,000 visitors/attendees for 12 months from all across Texas. We will employ approximately 120 local musicians and 2 major label recording artists. This project brings performing, visual and interdisciplinary arts into our communities, and is important because our target population is underserved communities like physically disabled adults, children and veterans, at-risk women & children, and low income communities.Listed below are all of our current eventsOur programs help us preserve the economic, social and diversity of our mission by building close relationships with over 200 community groups, cultural centers, city leaders, and businesses in the neighborhood.