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18 November 2018

This Month at CMS

News of the Profession

-CalArts - Performer-Composer Doctor of Musical Arts (DMA) at CalArts...Read More
-Colburn School -  Esa-Pekka Salonen Joins Colburn Faculty to Lead Conducting Program...Read More
-Hal Leonard -  Considering Matthew Shepard Choral Work...Read More
-Longy School of Music -  Explore your Artistry, Hone Your Technique, Study with Master Teachers: BrassCompositionJazz and Contemporary MusicStringsWoodwinds
-National Flute Association -  Opportunities for your Students...Read More
-Oxford University Press -  Now available: Basic Post-Tonal Theory and Analysis by Philip Lambert...Read More
-Peabody Conservatory -  Study at Peabody: Voice, Composition, Guitar, Master of Arts in Audio Sciences
-Rebecca Penneys Piano Festival -  2019 RPPF-Mini and RPPF...Read More
-The Solomon Mikowsky Recital Hall -  Reopening Concert at Manhattan School of Music...Read More
-Texas Music Teachers Association -  2019 TMTA Convention Session Proposals...Read More
-University of Cincinnati -  CSO/CCM Diversity Fellowship Accepting Applications Thru Dec. 1...Read More
-University of Denver -  The Lamont School of Music's Newman Fellowship...Read More
-University of Denver -  Job opening - Music Director of Lamont Opera Theatre...Read More
-University of Memphis -  Announces Assistantships in: BassBassoonCelloChoral ConductingEuphoniumFluteGuitarHornJazz StudiesMusic EducationOboePianoSaxophoneTromboneTrumpetTubaViolaViolinVoice
-University of Puget Sound -  Job openings - Director of the School of Music and Assistant Professor in Music Education
-University of Redlands -  Now offering a Master of Music in Vocal Chamber Music degree...Read More
-Vermont College of Fine Arts -  Experience a low-residency MFA in Music Composition at VCFA: Apply now for Winter 2019!...Read More
-Virginia Commonwealth University -  Experiencing Villa-Lobos - March 21-23, 2019...Read More
 
 

Keith WardMESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT

The theme for my penultimate monthly message as President is “celebrate.” Considering the pace of our work, the demands to stay current, and our incessant productivity, it is worth stopping momentarily, or even longer, to celebrate where we are and what we have done, even when we know we have so far to go. And always will. I’m going to pursue my theme through three examples: an event, an investment, and a person...Read More

 
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Call For Scholarship And Research Editor

Deadline: November 5, 2018
The College Music Symposium: Journal of the College Music Society is seeking applicants for the significant Scholarship and Research Editor position. The Editor will be responsible for two issues a year, plus assist on any special guest-edited issues. Appointments are for three years...Read More
 

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Louisville2019 National Conference
October 24-26, 2019
Louisville, Kentucky


Calls for Program ParticipationDeadline: November 27, 2018, noon MST 

 

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Bruges3 email2019 CMS International Conference
July 11-18, 2019
Brussels, Bruges, & Ghent Belgium

Registration is open!

December 10, 2018 Deadline: Presenter deposits due
• April 18, 2019 Deadline: Registration for traveling companions and non-presenting attendees

 

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gen nextCMS-NAMM GenNext
The NAMM Show
January 24-27, 2019
Anaheim, California


GenNext Registration and Housing are Open!

 

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CMS WebinarsUPCOMING CMS Webinars on Musicians' Health

• November 16, 2018: Your Student, our Patient! Essential advice to music teachers on how to recognize pathology

• January 11, 2019: Finding Center: Strategies to Awaken Energy, Clarity, and Focus for Peak Performance

 
 
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