Events

Upcoming Events - Mark your calendar now!

Saturday, October 20, Monster Mash as Second Baptist Church

Saturday, October 27, AMRO Keyboard Festival and Halloween Costume Contest

Saturday, December 1, Holiday and General Recital.


GMMTA Local Auditions, April 6, 2019

Second Baptist Church, Memphis

  • January 13, 2019, Sunday NOON (12:00 pm): Teacher Work Form Application Deadline
  • January 20, 2019, Sunday NOON (12:00 pm): Student Audition Application Deadline
  • February 24, 2019: Musicianship Test Completion Deadline

2019 MTNA National Conference

March 16–20, Spokane, WA

MTNA is headed to beautiful Spokane, Washington, for the 2019 MTNA National Conference! The conference will take place March 16–20, and now is the time you should begin planning ahead!

Prepare for the conference now, as you set your schedule for the 2018–2019 teaching year! Determine how many weeks you are going to teach and when. Ensure you have the time off to go to the conference and let students and their parents know that attending is part of your ongoing commitment to continuing education. Don't forget to budget—registration, travel, hotel, meals and the like!

You can also make it a group trip! Find out now if others from your local association or state are interested in attending and make plans now to be roommates. Depending on where you live, you might even consider car-pooling or even renting a small van together.

"Don't miss" events include evening recitals by renowned pianist Ingrid Fliter and the award-winning Transcontinental Saxophone Quartet will highlight the evening recitals. In addition, Alan Walker, renowned Chopin scholar, will provide the keynote address.

Registration will be available this fall. If you have any questions or would like further information, please contact MTNA national headquarters at mtnanet@mtna.org or (888) 512-5278.

More information about the 2019 MTNA National Conference will be posted here soon.

TMTA State Conference and Competitions

May 23 -26, 2019, MTSU, Murfreesboro, TN

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