Music as a tool to strengthen communities.

The Snohomish County Music Project is a non-profit organization that engages a network of passionate musicians and community members to promote artistic citizenship within our community. Our mission is to use the power of music to inspire people to do good things for their communities and for themselves.

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Looking for the Northwest Music Hall?

The Snohomish County Music Project also manages the Northwest Music Hall inside the Everett Mall; a community event venue available for concerts, conferences, weddings, and more.
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Celebrate World Austism Awareness Day with Xolie Morra & The Strange Kind

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Sunday, April 2nd at 3:00 PM: In recognition of World Autism Awareness Day, Xolie Morra will be speaking and performing with guitarist, Josh Tvrdy of the band “Xolie Morra &…

Benefit Concert featuring music from The Carpenters and Simon & Garfunkel

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Give the gift of music this holiday season by attending the Snohomish County Music Project’s First Annual Music Therapy Benefit Concert featuring musical selections from The Carpenters and Simon &…

Music therapy as part of Music YoU HEAL for Seniors

Music Project shines in Senior Focus

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The Snohomish County Music Project was featured in Senior Focus for use of music therapy in treating dementia and other aging-related disorders. Take a look. Published by Senior Services of Snohomish…

Victoria Fansler, Music Therapist Portrait

Q&A with Victoria Fansler – Music Therapist

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Victoria Fansler is a Neurologic Music Therapist at the Snohomish County Music Project. She studied Music Therapy at Arizona State University and completed her internship here. She works with at-risk youth programs, particularly…