Collegiate teachers, please consider these opportunities, for your students and for theirs! The evaluations and auditions are proven springboards for success for students now in DMA programs around the country, and excellent stages for opportunities at the national level, while providing even hobbyists avenues for being encouraged to play with excellence!
A personal and professional opportunity for you would be as a presenter at one of the KMTA or MTNA conferences. State conferences feature Kansas performers or presenters, and in 2017 two Kansas professors are presenting at the National Conference.
As you watch for KMTA conference news, look for the College Faculty Forum on the schedule, and bring your concerns to the discussion table!
I am not a collegiate faculty member, but have been privileged to work with so many of our wonderful Kansas professors! I would love to see participation increased in this area—we have such innovative work being done at our colleges and universities, and every member of our Association will benefit and grow from your participation!
Sally Buxton, NCTM
Kansas College Faculty Forum Chair
- useful as a pedagogical curriculum
- with evaluation materials for performance, theory and listening
- 10 college-prep levels
Contact the state Music Progressions Coordinator for information about local events, or starting your own.
District and State Auditions
- for Grades 1-12
- collegiate students
- and graduate students as “Young Artists”
- For solo piano or strings,
- Chamber ensembles, including voice, at every level
- Piano duet
- Hobbyist (non-memorized) track for grades 1-12
These auditions have reached proportions unmatched in many other states. Contact David Tauscher, Vice-President for Auditions, with questions you may have, at <email@example.com>