Artusi - Another term online? Artusi can help! ... read more
Binghamton University - MM Composition Assistantships at Binghamton University (SUNY) ... read more
Carnegie Mellon University - Oboe Performance Studies with Full Funding ... read more
Cleveland Institute of Music - Applications Open: Future of Music Faculty Fellowship ... read more
Earmaster - How to teach ear training and sight-singing remotely ... read more
Journal of Arts Entrepreneurship Education (JAEE) - Authors share their work without restrictions, and readers access all content for free. Now accepting application for a special "students only" issue. Deadline August 1, 2021! ... read more
NYU Steinhardt - Summer Screen Scoring Workshop at NYU Steinhardt for Your Students ... read more
Palm Beach Atlantic University - Announcing the 2021 Hispanic Heritage Festival. Proposal submission deadline is March 15, 2021! ... read more
Sam Houston State University - Announcing Graduate String Quartet Assistantship Opportunities ... read more
The New York Times recently shared a difficult story about the devasting impacts of the pandemic, forecasting “A Great Cultural Depression” for the performing arts. The article spoke about alarming unemployment rates and inefficient safety nets for those working within the gig economy. What the article did not explore, however, is how we might harness the collective imaginations of musicians from across the profession to invent a more promising future...Read More
On February 5 at noon Eastern Time, please join our partners at SALA (Small Association Leadership Alliance) for a live webinar to go over all the details of this exciting healthcare solution. There are multiple components that offer options for preventative care, prescription drugs, telemedicine, and cost sharing for larger, unforeseen medical expenses. Members have the flexibility to customize their healthcare, while providing an affordable solution: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83617934250
Performing Arts Aerosol Study
Beginning in Summer 2020, CMS and more than 125 colleague arts organizations gathered to support a Performing Arts Aerosol study conducted by researchers at the University of Colorado-Boulder, with the common goal of saving performing arts activities. With the good work of this coalition and the hard work of the CU research team, millions of students across the United States and around the world were able to continue their courses and activities. There is still much work to do, but this was a step in the right direction. All of the information from the study can be found here.
NAMM Donation Partners Program
NAMM Donation Partners Program provides a dollar-to-dollar match (up to $10,000 total) for contributions made to CMS through the Believe in Music site. The program will be live through February, so please consider contributing to CMS through the program. Free registration is required, but it includes access through February to archived presentations from Believe in Music Week.