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  • Thursday, April 22, 2021 2:48 PM | Hannah Miller (Administrator)
     

    Choral Hours have been “Reimagined” for MMC 2022

     

    During discussions for the 2022 MMC, the planning committee is fully aware that this year has held endless challenges! In spite of that, MSVMA members have been resilient and have tremendous success stories! In order to support our membership, we have reimagined what choral hours might look like for 2022. We are seeking groups that will continue to showcase excellence. Does this mean you can still submit recordings of traditional choral ensembles? Of course! But it also opens up the opportunity for featuring a multitude of other performance styles: Do you have an outstanding quartet, a show stopping musical theatre number, a video project that interacts with live singing,  or a “Joe Miller inspired” creative program?  Have you always wanted to collaborate with another colleague or maybe with a collegiate ensemble and haven’t had the opportunity? These are only a sampling of ideas we hope to be programming, but by no means the limit. Let your creativity thrive!

     

    So how do you apply? On the MSVMA web page under Professional Development, click on “Michigan Music Conference”, there you will find the Performance Proposal form. On this form you can submit your written performance plan and upload evidence to show the capabilities of your ensemble or small group. Describe what your 15 - 20 minute performance would look like. Include any information that would be helpful for the committee to know such as, repertoire selections, scene selections, curricular goals and outcomes of your performance. Also, include your desired impact on the audience, is it to educate, entertain, inspire, or possibly bring awareness to something? The evidence can be audio or video, but must reflect the excellence of the ensemble. The submission deadline is June 15.
     

    While we are all yearning to hear students perform again, we are also realistic in knowing that this year and “traditional” are words that rarely go together.  Please take some time to consider how your ensembles could share with us their talent and passion, in either a traditional or uniquely artistic way. 

     

    Submitted by Gail Worden, MMC Planning Committee

    Be sure to talk with your students about the Honors Choir Intensive at the virtual Michigan Youth Arts Festival on May 15th. Invitations have been sent to those who participated in the Virtual Honors Choir videos last winter. This is an exciting opportunity for students to work with industry professionals from around the world! For more information, visit www.msvma.org/MYAF-21/.


    Saturday events include:


    "Multisensory Intonation: The Magic of Harmony"
     Blake Morgan of VOCES8

     "Alto and Soprano Sectional and Vocal Tech"
     Arianne Abela of Audivi and Kaleidoscope Vocal Ensemble

    "Bass and Tenor Sectional and Vocal Tech"
     Andy Van Allsburg of Chanticleer

    "Full Group Rehearsal with Dr. Jason Max Ferdinand"
    The Aeolians of Oakwood University
     The Jason Max Ferdinand Singers

     
    Participation Fees:
    $30 - Invited soloists and ensembles who only wish to submit a video for an evening performance
    $50 - Individuals who would like to participate in the Saturday workshops

    **Note** Individuals from an invited ensemble may choose to participate in the Saturday events, but they each must register and pay the $50 workshop participant fee.
    Register Now

    Choral Music Education Scholarship Available

    Is one of your students pursuing a degree in choral music education? Please share the following opportunity for a $10,000 scholarship paid in increments of $1,250 per semester for the duration of a 4-year college degree.    

     
    Eligibility requirements include the following which must be met or maintained:

    • Applicant must graduate from a MSVMA member high school.

    • Applicant must be enrolled in choral music education at an approved school (Click here for list of schools)

    • Scholarship recipient must maintain a 3.0 GPA and remain in good standing in their program as a full-time student.

     Encourage the next generation of choral music educators to take full advantage of this opportunity. Application deadline is May 1, 2020 for the 2021-2022 academic school year. The recipient will be contacted by the middle of May and will be announced at the 2021 Summer Conference.

     
    Apply Now


  • Thursday, April 15, 2021 4:07 PM | Hannah Miller (Administrator)
    Be sure to talk with your students about the Honors Choir Intensive at the virtual Michigan Youth Arts Festival on May 15th. Invitations have been sent to those who participated in the Virtual Honors Choir videos last winter. This is an exciting opportunity for students to work with industry professionals from around the world! For more information, visit www.msvma.org/MYAF-21/.


    Saturday events include:


    "Multisensory Intonation: The Magic of Harmony"
     Blake Morgan of VOCES8

     "Alto and Soprano Sectional and Vocal Tech"
     Arianne Abela of Audivi and Kaleidoscope Vocal Ensemble

    "Bass and Tenor Sectional and Vocal Tech"
     Andy Van Allsburg of Chanticleer

    "Full Group Rehearsal with Dr. Jason Max Ferdinand"
    The Aeolians of Oakwood University
     The Jason Max Ferdinand Singers

     
    Participation Fees:
    $30 - Invited soloists and ensembles who only wish to submit a video for an evening performance
    $50 - Individuals who would like to participate in the Saturday workshops

    **Note** Individuals from an invited ensemble may choose to participate in the Saturday events, but they each must register and pay the $50 workshop participant fee.
    Register Now
     

    2022 Michigan Music Conference Call for Interest Sessions 

     

    Planning for the 2022 Michigan Music Conference is underway. Edith Copley from Northern Arizona University will be the MSVMA headliner. In addition to the sessions Dr. Copley will present, the planning committee is looking for interest sessions that will inspire MSVMA members to Rebuild, Restore, Reinforce. With 2020-2021 being anything but normal, many programs will be building during the 2021/2022 school year with foundational skills. Some topic ideas, but not limited to, for each of the 3 R are:

     

    Rebuild - 

    Building skills

    Recruitment

    Working with smaller choirs

    Rewriting music with unique voicing to meet the needs of students

     

    Restore  - 

    Love of singing

    Emotional and social support

    Self-care

    Inspirational programming

    Building community

     

    Reinforce -

    Back to basics

    Conducting

    Music theory

    Incorporating technology

     

    We are planning with great optimism we will be able to meet together in Grand Rapids for the 2022 conference. The MSVMA Planning Committee hopes you will consider submitting an interest session to share your insightful practices and creative teaching techniques that will inspire all who attend. 

     

    Be sure you have the MMC 2022 dates marked on your calendar -  January 27, 28 & 29, 2022. 

     

    Interest deadline is Wednesday, June 30, 2021

     

    MMC 2022 Interest Session Submission
     

    Submitted by Wendee Wolf-Schlarf

    Choral Music Education Scholarship Available

    Is one of your students pursuing a degree in choral music education? Please share the following opportunity for a $10,000 scholarship paid in increments of $1,250 per semester for the duration of a 4-year college degree.    

     
    Eligibility requirements include the following which must be met or maintained:

    • Applicant must graduate from a MSVMA member high school.

    • Applicant must be enrolled in choral music education at an approved school (Click here for list of schools)

    • Scholarship recipient must maintain a 3.0 GPA and remain in good standing in their program as a full-time student.

     Encourage the next generation of choral music educators to take full advantage of this opportunity. Application deadline is May 1, 2020 for the 2021-2022 academic school year. The recipient will be contacted by the middle of May and will be announced at the 2021 Summer Conference.

     
    Apply Now
    The Carolyn F. Leep Scholarship

    Did you know that MSVMA awards scholarships to members pursuing an advanced degree or who wish to enroll in a non-degree choral music institute or workshop?  Potential areas of study include choral conducting, composition with emphasis on choral/vocal music, vocal music education and church music with vocal/choral emphasis.
     
    Applicants must have at least three years teaching experience in Michigan and be able to return to MSVMA activities after using the scholarship. 
    Applications are reviewed by the Carolyn F. Leep Scholarship Committee which is chaired by the past president. Have questions, contact markkrempski@msvma.org.

    Application Deadline:  April 15, 2021
    Scholarship must be used by April 15, 2023

     
    Apply Now


    MSVMA celebrates and honors the memory of Robert Sabourin, an esteemed MSVMA Emeritus who passed away last week. Bob served MSVMA as president and received the Teacher of the Year award during his career in Midland.
    https://obits.mlive.com/obituaries/baycity/obituary.aspx?n=robert-sabourin&pid=198315032&fhid=5808


  • Thursday, April 08, 2021 3:40 PM | Hannah Miller (Administrator)

    Registration opens at 8:30 AM
    Host | Phil Johnson
    Clinician | Dr. Brandon Ulrich
    Sight Reading Clinician | Jessica Nieuwkoop
    Conductors | Phil Johnson and Katherine Friske

    MSVMA is excited about our new Honors Choir Intensive at the Michigan Youth Arts Virtual Festival. The festival will take place from May 13-15 and will be available by invitation to students who participated in the Virtual High School Honors Choir and soloists/ensembles who earned outstanding ratings at this year's virtual festivals. Invited performers who wish to participate will submit a video to be featured in a virtual concert and may choose to participate in the Honors Choir Intensive on Saturday, May 13.

    Invitations have been sent to the email addresses provided on the High School Honors Choir registration forms. If your students participated in Honors Choir and have not received an invitation, please contact hannahmiller@msvma.org for registration information. 

    Participation Fees:
    $30 - Invited soloists and ensembles who only wish to submit a video for an evening performance
    $50 - Individuals who would like to participate in the Saturday workshops

    **Note** Individuals from an invited ensemble may choose to participate in the Saturday events, but they each must register and pay the $50 workshop participant fee.

    Choral Music Education Scholarship Available

    Is one of your students pursuing a degree in choral music education? Please share the following opportunity for a $10,000 scholarship paid in increments of $1,250 per semester for the duration of a 4-year college degree.    

     
    Eligibility requirements include the following which must be met or maintained:

    • Applicant must graduate from a MSVMA member high school.

    • Applicant must be enrolled in choral music education at an approved school (Click here for list of schools)

    • Scholarship recipient must maintain a 3.0 GPA and remain in good standing in their program as a full-time student.

     Encourage the next generation of choral music educators to take full advantage of this opportunity. Application deadline is May 1, 2020 for the 2021-2022 academic school year. The recipient will be contacted by the middle of May and will be announced at the 2021 Summer Conference.

     
    Apply Now
    The Carolyn F. Leep Scholarship

    Did you know that MSVMA awards scholarships to members pursuing an advanced degree or who wish to enroll in a non-degree choral music institute or workshop?  Potential areas of study include choral conducting, composition with emphasis on choral/vocal music, vocal music education and church music with vocal/choral emphasis.
     
    Applicants must have at least three years teaching experience in Michigan and be able to return to MSVMA activities after using the scholarship. 
    Applications are reviewed by the Carolyn F. Leep Scholarship Committee which is chaired by the past president. Have questions, contact markkrempski@msvma.org.

    Application Deadline:  April 15, 2021
    Scholarship must be used by April 15, 2023

     
    Apply Now
    Rackham Choir will once again offer their high school vocal intern program. Please consider passing the link and application form to any of your high school students whom you believe might qualify and be interested. This has been a highly successful program, and many of Rackham's interns have been admitted to selective college voice programs with significant scholarships. The application deadline is April 27. For more information, visit rackhamchoir.org/education/.
     
    Application


  • Thursday, March 25, 2021 4:20 PM | Hannah Miller (Administrator)
    MSVMA is excited about our new Honors Choir Intensive at the Michigan Youth Arts Virtual Festival. The festival will take place from May 13-15 and will be available by invitation to students who participated in the Virtual High School Honors Choir and soloists/ensembles who earned outstanding ratings at this year's virtual festivals. Invited performers who wish to participate will submit a video to be featured in a virtual concert and may choose to participate in the Honors Choir Intensive on Saturday, May 13. Saturday events include:


    "Multisensory Intonation: The Magic of Harmony"
     Blake Morgan of VOCES8

     "Alto and Soprano Sectional and Vocal Tech"
     Arianne Abela of Audivi and Kaleidoscope Vocal Ensemble

    "Bass and Tenor Sectional and Vocal Tech"
     Andy Van Allsburg of Chanticleer

    "Full Group Rehearsal with Dr. Jason Max Ferdinand"
    The Aeolians of Oakwood University
     The Jason Max Ferdinand Singers

     


    Participation Fees:
    $30 - Invited Soloists and Ensembles who only wish to submit a video for an evening performance
    $50 - Individuals who would like to participate in the Saturday workshops

    **Note** Individuals from an invited ensemble may choose to participate in the Saturday events, but each student must register and pay the $50 workshop participant fee.

    Upload links have been emailed to paid registrants.

    Video Requirements

    • Video files must be titled "School Name, Ensemble Name". Please provide the full school name (Big Rapids High School) and not the abbriviation (BRHS). 
    • Videos that are summitted with an incorrect file name will not be accepted. 
    • Directors must upload a PDF of their sheet music via the Dropbox request link. Measures must be numbered. 
    • Music must be titled "School Name, Ensemble Name, Song Title".
    • Only one video is to be submitted per event, with a pause between repertoire selections.
    The video submission deadline is March 31.


  • Thursday, March 18, 2021 2:25 PM | Hannah Miller (Administrator)

    Upload links have been emailed to paid registrants.

    Video Requirements

    • Video files must be titled "School Name, Ensemble Name". Please provide the full school name (Big Rapids High School) and not the abbriviation (BRHS). 
    • Videos that are summitted with an incorrect file name will not be accepted. 
    • Directors must upload a PDF of their sheet music via the Dropbox request link. Measures must be numbered. 
    • Music must be titled "School Name, Ensemble Name, Song Title".
    • Only one video is to be submitted per event, with a pause between repertoire selections.
    The video submission deadline is March 31.

    For "live" style videos: 
    • Before singing, hold up the original copy of the score to the camera.
    • The video should be treated as a performance, with appropriate conduct and attire.
    • Directors are encouraged to follow these guidelines for video production: place the camera at a reasonable height, distance, and angle to capture the entire ensemble and the most natural sound quality possible. Use adequate lighting.
    Adjudicator comments will be available to directors by May 7.

    Choral Music Education Scholarship Available

    Is one of your students pursuing a degree in choral music education? Please share the following opportunity for a $10,000 scholarship paid in increments of $1,250 per semester for the duration of a 4-year college degree.    

     
    Eligibility requirements include the following which must be met or maintained:

    • Applicant must graduate from a MSVMA member high school.

    • Applicant must be enrolled in choral music education at an approved school (Click here for list of schools)

    • Scholarship recipient must maintain a 3.0 GPA and remain in good standing in their program as a full-time student.

     Encourage the next generation of choral music educators to take full advantage of this opportunity. Application deadline is May 1, 2020 for the 2021-2022 academic school year. The recipient will be contacted by the middle of May and will be announced at the 2021 Summer Conference.

     

    Apply Now
    The Carolyn F. Leep Scholarship

    Applying for the Leep Scholarship is easy!  

    Have you wanted to work toward an advanced degree or participate in a non-degree choral music institute or workshop?  Does study in the areas of choral conducting, composition, with emphasis on choral/vocal music, vocal music education and church music with vocal/choral emphasis sound interesting? Apply for the Carolyn F. Leep Scholarship!
     

    Applicants must have at least three years teaching experience in Michigan and be able to return to MSVMA activities after using the scholarship. 
    Applications are reviewed by the Carolyn F. Leep Scholarship Committee which is chaired by the past president. Have questions, contact markkrempski@msvma.org.


    Application Deadline:  April 15, 2021
    Scholarship must be used by April 15, 2023

     
    Apply Now
    The Carolyn F. Leep Scholarship was established in 1988 in honor of Carolyn and her service to the Michigan School Vocal Music Association. As head of the Malecki Music Inc. Choral/Vocal Department, Carolyn worked tirelessly for 20 years to provide MSVMA members with materials to support their efforts as music educators.

    Seminar 2021 Applications are Open!
    The Western Michigan University School of Music is excited to announce that the Seminar 2021 High School Music Campwill take place July 19–23, 2021, in a synchronous online format.

    SEMINAR 2021 Online features 1-on-1 virtual lessons, masterclasses, instructional content, and counselor-led group activities, as well as asynchronous live-streamed and recorded concerts and masterclasses, links to music faculty generated content, and other inspirational content. 

    A huge component of SEMINAR is the lifelong friendships that form while making music together in the rehearsal room, as well as outside. Traditionally, SEMINAR camp counselors begin and end each day with students as they head from the dorms to Dalton Center or the cafeteria. With SEMINAR 2021 Online, our camp counselors play just as important a roll, beginning the scheduled day with daily group sessions and ending each evening with group activities, music watch parties, and other relationship-building participatory events.
     
    We invite you to learn more and ask that you please share this message with students, friends, and family who may be interested.
     
    Learn More
    Submitted by Kevin West 


  • Thursday, March 11, 2021 3:42 PM | Hannah Miller (Administrator)

    Choral Music Education Scholarship Available

    Is one of your students pursuing a degree in choral music education? Please share the following opportunity for a $10,000 scholarship paid in increments of $1,250 per semester for the duration of a 4-year college degree.    

     
    Eligibility requirements include the following which must be met or maintained:

    • Applicant must graduate from a MSVMA member high school.

    • Applicant must be enrolled in choral music education at an approved school (Click here for list of schools)

    • Scholarship recipient must maintain a 3.0 GPA and remain in good standing in their program as a full-time student.

     Encourage the next generation of choral music educators to take full advantage of this opportunity. Application deadline is May 1, 2020 for the 2021-2022 academic school year. The recipient will be contacted by the middle of May and will be announced at the 2021 Summer Conference.

     

    Apply Now
    The Carolyn F. Leep Scholarship

    Did you know that MSVMA awards scholarships to members pursuing an advanced degree or who wish to enroll in a non-degree choral music institute or workshop?  Potential areas of study include choral conducting, composition with emphasis on choral/vocal music, vocal music education and church music with vocal/choral emphasis.

     

    Applicants must have at least three years teaching experience in Michigan and be able to return to MSVMA activities after using the scholarship. 
    Applications are reviewed by the Carolyn F. Leep Scholarship Committee which is chaired by the past president. Have questions, contact markkrempski@msvma.org.


    Application Deadline:  April 15, 2021
    Scholarship must be used by April 15, 2023

     
    Apply Now
    The Carolyn F. Leep Scholarship was established in 1988 in honor of Carolyn and her service to the Michigan School Vocal Music Association. As head of the Malecki Music Inc. Choral/Vocal Department, Carolyn worked tirelessly for 20 years to provide MSVMA members with materials to support their efforts as music educators.

    MYAF 2021 is happening virtually this year!


    We will feature some of our soloists and ensembles in recitals as well as the evening concerts like we have done in the past. All of our MYAF events will come from our virtual festival submissions, there won't be another separate MYAF Google Form for Outstanding Choirs like we have done in the past. While choirs are being submitted for comments only for our Virtual Choral Festival, adjudicators will still make recommendations for MYAF.

    We're doing our best this year to keep our MYAF traditions by showcasing singers who participated in our virtual events.

    The deadline to register for Virtual Choral Festival is March 15!

    Registration Requirements
    • Students should be enrolled in grades 6 to 12 and be part of a member school's vocal music program.
    • Choirs typically must be comprised of 17 or more students. However, large ensembles (6-20 singers) are welcome to participate in the virtual choral festival this year.
    • The submission fee for each event is $25.
    • Fees are non-refundable.
    • No late registrations will be accepted.
    • On March 16, a Dropbox request for video submissions will be sent to paid registrants.
    • Video submissions are due by March 31.
    Regist


  • Thursday, March 04, 2021 2:43 PM | Hannah Miller (Administrator)

    March is Music in Schools month! Our members have done fantastic work over the past year...the most difficult year in the history of music education in schools. Thank you for your dedication!

    Take a moment to hear these words of encouragement from: Trisha Yearwood, Garth Brooks, Paul Shaffer, Paige King Johnson, Jim Lauderdale, Nile Rodgers, Rosanne Cash, Chapel Hart, John Rich Music, Donald Fagen, Steve Winwood, TAKE 6, and the late Chick Corea.

    The Cultural Advocacy Network of Michigan represents statewide cultural organizations by advocating on their behalf in the Michigan Legislature.
    By participating in Advocacy Day, you will help establish a presence for cultural organizations in state government and be able to develop strong relationships with your local legislative leaders. Attendees will gain insight into the processes related to policy-making and appropriations from individuals involved with such work on a day-to-day basis. Additionally, Advocacy Day provides a venue for you to network with members of other statewide cultural organizations, creating opportunities for collaboration in the future. 


    ​Register for the 2021 Cultural Advocacy Network Virtual Advocacy Day!
    ​March 11 & 12, 2021


     

    Registration

    More information will be available in the next Weekly Notes! 

    Events for the Virtual Choral Festival will be "Comments Only".
     

    Registration Requirements
    • Students should be enrolled in grades 6 to 12 and be part of a member school's vocal music program.
    • Choirs typically must be comprised of 17 or more students. However, large ensembles (6-20 singers) are welcome to participate in the virtual choral festival this year.
    • The submission fee for each event is $25.
    • The deadline to register and pay is March 15. Purchase orders are accepted.
    • Fees are non-refundable.
    • No late registrations will be accepted.
    • On March 16, a Dropbox request for video submissions will be sent to paid registrants.
    • Video submissions are due by March 31.
    Register Now


  • Thursday, February 25, 2021 1:10 PM | Hannah Miller (Administrator)

    Events for the Virtual Choral Festival will be "Comments Only".
     

    Registration Requirements
    • Students should be enrolled in grades 6 to 12 and be part of a member school's vocal music program.
    • Choirs typically must be comprised of 17 or more students. However, large ensembles (6-20 singers) are welcome to participate in the virtual choral festival this year.
    • The submission fee for each event is $25.
    • The deadline to register and pay is March 15. Purchase orders are accepted.
    • Fees are non-refundable.
    • No late registrations will be accepted.
    • On March 16, a Dropbox request for video submissions will be sent to paid registrants.
    • Video submissions are due by March 31.
    Register Now

     The information and application can be found at www.kalamazoobachfestival.org.

    Orders for the MSVMA store will be accepted until February 28. 
     

    Shop Now


  • Thursday, February 18, 2021 4:00 PM | Hannah Miller (Administrator)

    Events for the Virtual Choral Festival will be "Comments Only".
     

    Registration Requirements
    • Students should be enrolled in grades 6 to 12 and be part of a member school's vocal music program.
    • Choirs typically must be comprised of 17 or more students. However, large ensembles (6-20 singers) are welcome to participate in the virtual choral festival this year.
    • The submission fee for each event is $25.
    • The deadline to register and pay is March 15. Purchase orders are accepted.
    • Fees are non-refundable.
    • No late registrations will be accepted.
    • On March 16, a Dropbox request for video submissions will be sent to paid registrants.
    • Video submissions are due by March 31.
    Register Now

    Cultural Advocacy Network of Michigan Advocacy Day

    Schedule of Events


    The Cultural Advocacy Network of Michigan represents statewide cultural organizations by advocating on their behalf in the Michigan Legislature.
    By participating in Advocacy Day, you will help establish a presence for cultural organizations in state government and be able to develop strong relationships with your local legislative leaders. Attendees will gain insight into the processes related to policy-making and appropriations from individuals involved with such work on a day-to-day basis. Additionally, Advocacy Day provides a venue for you to network with members of other statewide cultural organizations, creating opportunities for collaboration in the future.


    Thursday, March 11th 

    9:00 AM – 10:30 AM       Kickoff Webinar

    During the kickoff, we will walk through all the logistics and talking points that will be discussed during the legislative meetings which will occur the following day.


    Friday, March 12th 

    8:00 AM – 5:00 PM         Legislative Meetings                             

    All meetings will be virtual. Each attendee will receive a link to be able to join the meeting prior to the event. Kelley Cawthorne will arrange all appointments with legislators for individual members of each association. Please note that legislative visits are sometimes difficult to secure and all visits are coordinated to the best of the staff’s ability.

     

    REGISTER at  https://kclobbyday.wufoo.com/forms/q2kxeah0gm5i85/

     

    Registration Deadline: March 1, 2021

    Registrations received after March 1st may not have confirmed appointments.

    Announcing the 2021 Virtual Awards Competition


    The Musicians Club of Women of Chicago is pleased to announce its Annual Awards Competition for spring of 2021! This virtual competition is open to young women musicians aged 16-30 as of April 1, 2021, living or studying in IL, IN, MI, WI, MN, IA. The MCW annually awards over $50,000 in prize money to support promising young female musicians over three categories: voice, instrumental, and — new this year — composition. 

    The deadline for submissions is April 1, 2021. Please review the attached 
    flyer and distribute to colleagues and students who may be interested and/or eligible. 

    Please visit our website to learn more about the Musicians Club of Women and its mission to support women in music:
     www.musiciansclubofwomen.org.
    Submitted by Jean Hatmaker

    Orders for the MSVMA store will be accepted until February 28. 
     

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  • Friday, February 12, 2021 12:38 PM | Hannah Miller (Administrator)


    Sarah Stockton | President-Elect 
    Julia Holt | Treasurer
    Matthew Callaghan | Secretary
    Pam Pierson | Director of Adjudication
    Emily Verdonk | Director of Honors Choir


    2021 Teacher of the Year 
    Sarah Stockon

    Events for the Virtual Choral Festival will be "Comments Only"
     

    Registration Requirements
    • Students should be enrolled in grades 6 to 12 and be part of a member school's vocal music program.
    • Choirs typically must be comprised of 17 or more students. However, large ensembles (6-20 singers) are welcome to participate in the virtual choral festival this year.
    • The submission fee for each event is $25.
    • The deadline to register and pay is March 15. Purchase orders are accepted.
    • Fees are non-refundable.
    • No late registrations will be accepted.
    • On March 16, a Dropbox request for video submissions will be sent to paid registrants.
    • Video submissions are due by March 31.
    Register Now

    We will be accepting orders for the MSVMA store until February 28. 

    Shop Now


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