The American Federation of Musicians is a democratic membership organization of professional musicians. Our goal is to improve the economic status, social position and general welfare of our members.
What does the AFM do?
The Musicians’ Association of San Diego represents, promotes and protects its members in every field of professional musical activity. The AFM negotiates both international and local contracts and enforces employer observance of wage scales and working conditions, fringe benefits and overtime work. While local unions negotiate minimum wage scales for local engagements and deal with most matters within their own geographical areas, the International Union bargains collectively for all members employed in network radio and TV, videotape, educational TV, music videos, theatrical motion pictures, TV films, commercials, recordings, cable and pay TV, documentary films and traveling musical productions.
Board of Directors:
Board of Trustees:
Martha Jane Weaver
Local 325 Legislative Committee (Effective May 2021):
James George, Chair
Local 325 Wage List Committee (Effective January 1, 2022):
Closed the following 2022 Holidays:
January 3-4 ~ New Years’
January 17 ~ Martin Luther King Day
February 21 ~ President’s Day
April 15 ~ Good Friday (Close at Noon)
May 30 ~ Memorial Day
July 4 ~ Independence Day
September 5 ~ Labor Day
October 10 ~ Columbus Day
November 11 ~ Veteran’s Day
November 24-25 ~ Thanksgiving
December 23-27 ~ Christmas
December 30 ~ New Years’ Eve
2022 Board of Directors Meetings (Mondays, 9:30 am – Subject to Change):
2022 General Meetings (Mondays, 12:00 pm – Subject to Change):