Please log in to your MTNA account to update your member profile, which has an option of become a part of the “Find a Teacher” search function. You must opt-in to become part of this program. Not sure about how
Please note that all member renewals must be made by December 31, 2017 in order to register for the spring auditions. This policy allows for adequate processing time for renewals.
The following slate of officers was elected during the Annual Members Meeting, November 4, at the 2016 Conference: President-elect: Sara Renaud Ernst, NCTM Vice-President for Conferences: Lannia Bronola-Dickert Vice-President for Competitions: Eunjung Choi Vice-President for Membership: Julia Moore Secretary: Brad
The Nominating Committee will present the following slate of candidates for election during the Annual Members Meeting, November 4, at the 2016 Conference: • President-elect: Sara Renaud Ernst, NCTM • Vice-President for Conferences: Lannia Bronola-Dickert • Vice-President for Competitions: Eunjung
The Conference will provide an opportunity for selected students to present research posters and an opportunity for one student to present a 30-minute session. The call for proposals is open to all South Carolina undergraduate and graduate college-level music students.
The SC state level of the MTNA national competitions will occur on Wednesday through Saturday, November 2-5, at Converse College. The application deadline is 3:00 p.m. Eastern Time on Wednesday, September 14, 2016. MTNA active membership dues must be paid
Over 170 students performed in the SCMTA Pre-College State Auditions, April 30, at the USC School of Music in Columbia. Those chosen as recitalists will perform on the SCMTA Honors Recital, May 14 at 4:00 pm at USC. State Honors
Renewal notices for 2016-17 have been sent from the MTNA national office. This invoice includes national, state, and local (if applicable) dues. Please check your contact information carefully when you renew. This information is used for your SCMTA membership listing
Congratulations to Jonathan Holland Jr. (student of Paul Overly) who won the MTNA Southern Divison Young Artist Performance Brass Competition. He will represent the Division in the National Finals in San Antonio in April. In addition to Jonathan, SCMTA had
SCMTA has officially completed (and even surpassed) funding for the John Kenneth Adams MTNA Foundation Fellowship! Thank you to everyone who helped make this possible! Mr. Adams asked if we could make his Friday luncheon speech available to the entire