Hello Montana Music Educators! I would like to take this opportunity to announce that the 2020 MMEA Conference will be presented virtually this October 14-16. Look for information specific to the conference in your fall issue of the Cadenza magazine, and at
Dear friends: You will be receiving your Cadenza in the mail next month. My article may seem out of place due to the harsh reality that we are not in our classrooms with our students. When I submitted that article
Thank you to our Montana presenters! Login to download their session notes on classroom drumming and incorporating dance here.
We were thrilled to host Dr. Rob Amchin (robertamchin.com) in Billings in October. Login to download notes from his sessions here.
Dr. Michael Ruybalid has graciously shared notes from his session in Billings. Available for download are the one-page handout that was available at the session and a revised longer handout that was not available in Billings. See the longer handout
Registration is live for the 2019 Montana Music Educators Association conference. This year’s MGMTA sessions will feature clinician Rob Amchin (robertamchin.com). When completing your registration, be sure to click designate MGMTA as your affiliate and consider joining us for affiliate
Greetings to you and congrats to all the people who made our MMEA conference so successful. We had beautiful fall weather, amazing comradery, and lots of new ideas to take back to our classrooms. We are so lucky to have
Happy Halloween, MGMTA members! Dr. Jeremy Dittus made some modifications to his sessions in Missoula and has sent us updated session notes to reflect those concepts and activities. Download them here:
We had a great time in Missoula at the 81st MMEA Convention. MGMTA hosted Saxon Inabnit, Judy Fjell, and Sara Herdina as well as featured presenter Dr. Jeremy Dittus.
Session notes from Missoula are now available for download!