The Conference site is the Sheraton Columbus at Capitol Square on November 12-14, 2015. The featured artist will be Antonio Pompa-Baldi, distinguished faculty member at the Cleveland Institute of Music, Winner of the 1999 Cleveland International Piano Competition and Silver Medalist of the 2001 Van Cliburn Competition. Please check for updates periodically at Fall 2015 as the complete program develops for what will be another exciting Fall Conference.
MTNA sponsors events to support the membership over the year. The largest event is the National Conference which will be held in Las Vegas, Nevada in 2015 and San Antonio, Texas in 2016. Early bird registration is now open with discounted rates until December 2, 2014. Be sure to take advantage of this discount by registering at MTNA in Las Vegas.
Over the past few years we have seen a surge in Collegiate Chapter Membership. MTNA sponsors the Collegiate Chapters Piano Pedagogy Symposium which will be held at Southern Methodist University in University Park, Texas on January 17-18, 2014. Check out the complete details at Collegiate Symposium.
In even numbered years, alternating with the National Conference on Keyboard Pedagogy, MTNA sponsors the National Group Piano and Piano Pedagogy Forum (GP3). GP3 2014 was held at the University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music in Cincinnati, OH. GP3 2016 will held at the University of Colorado in Boulder. Check GP3 for updates as further details are announced.
2015 Fall Conference Artist
Provide an excellent opportunity for professional music teachers to improve teaching techniques, gain familiarity with new technology, network with other professionals and learn about the newest publications available for performance and reference. OhioMTA supports its membership by offering an annual Fall Conference. Additionally, many of the eight individual districts offer continuing education periodically in the form of Workshops, Program Meetings and Conferences. OhioMTA members are also encouraged to attend the MTNA National Conference and can participate at a reduced rate for members.
OhioMTA State Conference planning usually begins two years prior to annual event with the formation of a Conference Committee. Individual Districts rotate hosting the annual conference and are responsible for the operations, site coordination, conference artist and program selection. Annually a Commissioned Composer is chosen as well as Presenters for individual sessions. For details regarding these programs and how to submit a proposal please select Proposal Submission.
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