Save the Date for Quad State Conference 2019!
Massachusetts Music Teachers Association President Ellyses Kuan and Conference Chairperson Alison Barr are excited to announce the Quad State Conference entitled “Collaboration, Motivation and Empowerment in the Music Studio,” to be held on Saturday, October 5, 2019, at Merrimack College’s Rogers Center for the Arts in North Andover, Massachusetts.
Held in partnership with Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont’s Music Teachers Associations, the conference will feature renowned inspirational speaker, pianist William Westney. Dr. Westney is an internationally noted educator and holds two endowed positions at Texas Tech University – Paul Whitfield Horn Professor of Piano and Eva Browning Artist-in-Residence. He won a grant from the U.S. State Department’s Fulbright “Senior Specialist” program (Council for International Exchange of Scholars,) to teach throughout Korea and China in 2006.
Dr. Westney’s exciting and fresh approach to music pedagogy has thrilled teachers at MTNA Conferences and we are honored to have him!
Also featured on the conference will be a “World Premier Commissioned Composition Concert,” a product of the MTNA Commissioned Composer Program, and a “Student Chamber Music Concert.”
This conference will be relevant to teachers of all instruments and voice and promises to offer something meaningful to teachers at ALL levels. Please mark this date on your calendar and plan to join your colleagues for a beautiful and inspirational fall day in stunning Merrimack Valley!
Registration and schedule information will be available soon at http://mmta.net