Our Events

 

2017-2018 School Year Overview

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Meet & Greet (September 17, 2017)

Left to Right: Rhonda Danielson, Robert Rose, Jean Rose, Janet OwensCome join us at our first general meeting! You will meet new members and learn about upcoming events as well as what’s new with our organization. Prospective members welcome! Details

Halloween Musicale (October 27, 2017)

Come show off your Halloween costume! This is a recital for students of all ages and levels. Students dress in costumes and perform their favorite pieces (piano, voice and other instruments). Details

Music-thon (December 2, 2017)

Wellington Green MallJoin us in our all-day performance “marathon” at The Mall at Wellington Green. It is a fundraising event to bring musical joy to the community and benefit a local children’s charity. Details

Judged Musicale (February 4, 2018)

A recital for students ages 11 and under to receive evaluation on their performances (piano, voice, and other instruments). Outstanding students will be selected for the annual Honors Recital. Details

Concerto Competition (March 3, 2018)

District VI competition with monetary awards (piano, voice, and other instruments). Winners in each division are eligible to compete at the state level. Details

Conferences

Jan & CindyNetwork and learn at local and national conferences! Visit each organization’s website (FSMTA / MTNAfor more details.

State – September 7-10 in Coral Gables

National – March 17-21 in Orlando

 

Judged Musicale (November 12, 2017)

A recital for students ages 11 and under to receive evaluation on their performances (piano, voice, and other instruments). Outstanding students will be selected for the annual Honors Recital. Details

Meetings (January 12 & March 9, 2018)

Come to our general meetings to stay up to date with our events, network with other members, and learn about current topics in our field. Guest speakers will be announced  soon! January / March

District VI Student Day (March 10, 2018)

Are musicianship skills important for young musicians? Yes! This is a non-competitive assessment opportunity for students to be evaluated on Written and Aural Theory, Performance, and Keyboard skills. Details

Scholarship Competition (April 14, 2018)

13043565_1169714733048194_490735712572461595_nPiano students compete for monetary awards. Winners in each division (elementary, intermediate, advanced) will receive monetary awards and perform at the annual Honors Recital in May. Details

Honors Recital (May 6, 2018)

Come hear performances by some of the finest young musicians in the county! Scholarship competition winners and Judged Musicale Honorees will perform at this annual Honors Recital. Details