2024 Northeast Chapter Conference

2024 Northeast Chapter Conference
March 23-24, 2024
Kutztown University
Kutztown, Pennsylvania

 

Program Chair: Amber Yiu-Hsuan Liao

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Submission Deadline: 11:59 PM EST on Saturday, September 30, 2023

The Northeast Chapter of The College Music Society is pleased to announce its Call for Program Participation for its 45th Conference on March 23-24, 2024, hosted by Kutztown University in Kutztown, Pennsylvania.

The Program Committee welcomes proposals for demonstrations, discussion panels, scholarly research papers, posters, and workshops relating to all aspects of music creation, performance, scholarship, teaching, learning, career considerations, and other areas of interest to the music professional. The Committee invites the broadest representation from the music profession and its interests, and welcomes proposals from faculty, students, retirees, and independent musicians from all educational and professional settings.

This call is for paper, poster, and panel discussion proposals, as well as similar formats such as demonstrations and workshops. Please see separate calls for performance/lecture-recital and composition proposals.

 

GENERAL GUIDELINES

  • The Primary proposer must be a current member of The College Music Society (CMS). Persons interested in submitting a proposal should check their membership status in advance of the submission deadline. Please note that the processing time for membership applications and/or renewals is 1–2 business days.
  • All CMS members are invited to submit proposals. Student members should see the additional guidelines listed below.
  • Members may not submit proposals on behalf of others. Faculty are encouraged to share this call with their students and have them apply directly. Discounted membership rates are available for students.

 

PROPOSAL SUBMISSION & PARTICIPATION POLICY

  • Each member may propose a maximum of TWO submissions to this conference.
  • Each member may submit only ONE proposal of each format type (e.g., ONE lecture-recital, ONE paper).
  • In addition to the allowed TWO submissions, each member may be added by another person as a co-presenter (e.g., panelist or accompanist) to ONE proposal.
  • Each submission must be unique and should not duplicate the subject matter of other work submitted by the proposer in response to any other calls for this conference.
  • The maximum number of presentations in which a member may be involved on the conference program is TWO. If more than two proposals involving the same member are accepted, regardless of whether the member submitted the proposal or was added to another member’s proposal, the individual in question must choose in which two presentations s/he will participate. 
  • Proposers agree to present on any day of the conference should their proposal be accepted.
  • All presenters whose work is selected for the program must register for the conference. The College Music Society does not fund travel or presentation expenses of accepted presenters.

 

PREPARATION OF MATERIALS

  1. Electronic submissions are required. Proposals sent by mail will not be considered.
  2. The College Music Society's conference submission process is powered by Submittable. To submit a proposal, please (1) log in to the CMS members-only website with your username and password and then (2) click the ‘Submit’ button at the bottom of this call. You will be directed to Submittable to complete your proposal. If you don't already have a Submittable account, you will be prompted to create one. (Click here for help using Submittable and to view a list of Frequently Asked Questions.)
  3. A complete proposal includes:
    1. The proposal’s title and format.
    2. An abstract of 250 words or less.

Preparing an Abstract—The Program Committee chooses presentations based primarily on the abstract as submitted, so it is important to write an abstract that the Committee will understand and can evaluate fairly. The purpose of the abstract is to convey to the reader what will be said in the presentation. Do not merely describe the subject or list the topics to be covered. Rather, state the main point of the presentation, outline the subsidiary points, and summarize the evidence offered, so that a reader who has not heard the presentation will know in brief what will be discussed and can evaluate its contribution to our knowledge and understanding of music. The abstract, like the presentation itself, should be clear to an audience of musicians and music educators of all kinds, not just to those with a narrow specialty. While it may be necessary to set the context or lay out the problem addressed, this should be kept to a minimum.

    1. A brief biography of the proposer(s), not to exceed 150 words per person.
    2. A headshot of the proposer and of each co-presenter in JPG or PNG format, sized at 400x400 pixels.
    3. Contact details for all collaborators, including email address, mailing address, and phone number for each person.

Please note:

  • To support the blind review process, the name(s) or affiliation(s) of anyone involved in the presentation must not appear in the title or abstract, nor in the file names or body of support materials. Proposals identifying the proposer or co-presenters will be disqualified. Names and affiliations may, however, appear in the “Personnel” section of the proposal and in submitted biographies, as the review committee will not have access to this part of the application.
  • When referencing one’s own previously published research, the proposer should refer to such research in the third person to avoid identifying themselves. For example, hypothetical proposer D. Graham should write, “D. Graham’s article, ‘XYZ,’ summarizes pertinent issues,” instead of writing, “My article, ‘XYZ,’ summarizes pertinent issues.” The wording in the first example protects the anonymity of the author, while the second compromises the author’s anonymity by linking the author of the proposal to previously published work by a named author.

Submissions that do not conform to the above guidelines will not be considered.

 

NORTHEAST CHAPTER STUDENT PAPER COMPETITION

Student members of the College Music Society who are selected to present a paper at the conference are automatically considered for the Diane W. Follet Outstanding Student Scholarship Award. The following guidelines apply to the competition: 

  1. Entrants to the competition must be (as of March 2024) enrolled in classes (full- or part-time) at the undergraduate or graduate level. Students who already hold a terminal degree (excluding MFA) are not eligible to compete.
  2. Papers must be read at the conference. Audio and/or visual aids may be used.
  3. A cash award of $250 will be given to the winner.
  4. The judges reserve the right to not select a winner.
  5. The winner of the 2023 Student Paper Competition/Lecture Recital is ineligible to compete in 2024. The winner is invited to submit a proposal under the regular call for proposals.

 

SUBMISSION DEADLINE for ALL PROPOSALS

Proposals must be submitted by 11:59 PM EST on Saturday, September 30, 2023.

 

NOTIFICATION TIMELINE

Every effort will be made to notify proposers of the status of their proposal by Friday, November 17, 2023.

 

QUESTIONS

Questions should be directed to:

Amber Yiu-Hsuan Liao

Program Chair, 2024 CMS-Northeast Conference

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Submission Deadline: 11:59 PM Eastern Time on Saturday, September 30th

The Northeast chapter of The College Music Society (CMS) will hold its 45th Conference March 23-24, 2024, hosted by Kutztown University in Kutztown, Pennsylvania.

The Performance Committee welcomes performers to submit proposals for lecture-recitals and performances. The Committee invites the broadest representation of our profession and its interests, and welcomes proposals from students, faculty, retirees, and independent musicians from all educational and professional settings. 

This call is for performance and lecture-recital proposals. Students may submit to this call (evaluated with all submissions) or on our separate student-specific performance call (evaluated only with student submissions). Please see separate calls for panel discussion, composition proposals, and student performance proposals. 

 

CONSIDERATIONS 

  • Performances are intended to present live music, and speaking is generally limited to brief introductory comments. Two types of performances are possible:
    1. Stand-alone Performance: A 25-minute program from a single performer or ensemble that features music by one or more composers. The time limit is inclusive of set-up and tear-down.  
    2. Showcase Performance: Brief performance of 10 minutes or less which will be included on a larger concert organized by the Program Committee. The time limit is inclusive of set-up and tear-down.     
  • Lecture-recitals differ from performances in that they provide opportunities for performing combined with a significant amount of speaking. They are limited to 25 minutes each, inclusive of delivery, discussion, and/or questions as appropriate. 

 

ELIGIBILITY & GUIDELINES

  • All CMS members are invited to submit proposals. 
  • Student members:
    • are invited to submit lecture-recital proposals through this call. If invited to present a lecture-recital, a student will be considered for the Diane W. Follet Outstanding Student Scholarship Award (see below). Performances not considered.
    • are invited to submit performance proposals through this call (evaluated with all submissions) or through the Student Performance call (evaluated only with student submissions). Please submit in one performance call. 
  • The Primary proposer must be a current member of CMS. Please confirm membership status in advance of the submission deadline. Please note the processing time for membership applications and/or renewals is 1–2 business days.
  • It is not necessary for collaborators to be current members at the time of submission; however, if invited, all persons involved in the presentation/performance must become CMS members.
  • Proposers may not submit proposals on behalf of students or others. Faculty are encouraged to share calls with their students and have them apply directly. Discounted student membership rates are available. 
  • Presentations requiring two pianos will also be considered. Pianos may be prepared or altered. However, any alterations need to be clearly stated in the proposal and require approval. 

 

PROPOSAL SUBMISSIONS & PARTICIPATION POLICY

  • Each member may submit a maximum of TWO proposals to all calls for this conference.
  • Each member may submit only ONE proposal of each format type (e.g., ONE lecture-recital, ONE performance, ONE paper). The same topic may not be submitted as both a lecture-recital and performance. 
  • In addition to the allowed TWO submissions, each member may be added by another person as a co-presenter (e.g., panelist or accompanist) to ONE proposal.
  • Each submission must be unique and should not duplicate the subject matter of other work submitted by the proposer in response to any other Calls for this conference.
  • The maximum number of presentations in which a member may be involved on the conference program is TWO. If more than two proposals involving the same member are accepted – regardless of whether the member submitted the proposal or was added another member’s proposal – the individual in question must choose in which two presentations to participate. 
  • All performers/presenters selected to perform/present must register for the conference and be prepared to present/perform on either day of conference. CMS does not fund travel expenses of accepted performers. 

 

DIANE W. FOLLET OUTSTANDING STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP AWARD

  • Student members of CMS who are selected to present a lecture-recital at the conference are automatically considered for the Diane W. Follet Outstanding Student Scholarship Award. The following guidelines apply to the competition: 
    • Entrants to the competition must be (as of March 2024) enrolled in classes (full- or part-time) at the undergraduate or graduate level. Students who already hold a terminal degree (excluding MFA) are not eligible to compete.
    • Papers must be read at the conference. Audio and/or visual aids may be used.
    • A cash award of $250 will be given to the winner.
    • The judges reserve the right to not select a winner.
    • The winner of the 2023 Student Paper Competition and Lecture Recital is ineligible to compete in 2024. The winner is invited to submit a proposal under the regular call for proposals.

 

PREPARATION OF MATERIALS

  • Electronic submissions are required. Proposals sent by mail/email will not be considered. 
  • The CMS’s conference submission process is powered by Submittable. To submit a proposal: 
    1. log in to the CMS members-only website using your username and password 
    2. click the ‘Submit’ button at the bottom of this call. 
      1. You will be directed to Submittable to complete your proposal. If you don't already have a Submittable account, you will be prompted to establish one. 
      2. (Click here for help using Submittable and to view a list of Frequently Asked Questions.)
  • A complete proposal includes:
    • Proposal’s title and format.
    • Lecture-recital proposals require an abstract of 250 words or less. 
    • Performance proposals require program notes of 250 words or less, as well as a list of all titles, movements, and composers being proposed, an indication of the instrumentation, and duration of each work. If a proposal includes lengthy pieces which will not be played in their entirety, please clarify within the program notes which sections will be performed. 
    • Required equipment and internet needs. (Internet connection not guaranteed)
    • Digital recording of the performer(s) to demonstrate proficiency. Preference will be given to submissions that include a recording of the proposer performing the actual work being proposed. Where this is not possible, the submitted example must be of a comparable style, genre, or historical period. Reference recordings of a proposed work(s) by a performer other than the proposer may be submitted, provided the file name reflects this distinction by include the word “Reference.” Most audio file formats are supported within Submittable.
    • Optional: Up to 3 supporting materials to your proposal. These might include printed music examples, photos, statistics, or relevant data. Do not include lengthy documents, dissertations, CVs, resumes, or PowerPoint presentations. 
    • A brief biography of the proposer (not to exceed 250 words).
    • Name of performing ensemble, if applicable. 
    • Brief biographies of the presenter(s)/performer(s) or ensemble (maximum total text of 250 words). Ensemble biographies may briefly address the achievements of each ensemble member; however, separate biographies of each individual performer are not requested in this case.  
    • Contact details for all collaborators (including pianists)
      • email address
      • mailing address
      • phone number 
      • headshot photo (JPG or PNG format, sized at 400x400 pixels)
  • Please note: To support the blind review process, the name(s) and/or affiliation(s) of anyone involved in the presentation/performance, including the ensemble, performers, or commissioner (if applicable) should not appear in the title, abstract, or program notes, nor in the file names or body of submitted supplementary materials. Submissions are evaluated anonymously and proposals identifying the proposer(s) will be disqualified. Names and affiliations may appear in the “Collaborators” section of the proposal and in submitted biographies, however, as the review committee will not have access to this information.
  • Submissions that do not conform to the above guidelines will not be considered.

 

TIMELINE

  • Proposals must be submitted by 11:59 PM Eastern Time on Saturday, September 30th.
  • Every effort will be made to notify performers/proposers by Tuesday, November 17, 2022.

 

QUESTIONS?

Questions regarding this call should be directed to:

Aileen Razey

Performance Chair, 2023 CMS-Northeast Conference

 

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Submission Deadline: 11:59 PM EST on Saturday, September 30th, 2023

The Northeast Chapter of the College Music Society is pleased to announce its Call for Scores for its 45th Conference on March 11-12, 2023, hosted by Kutztown University in Kutztown, PA. The Composition Committee welcomes submissions of original works to be performed during one or more special concerts during the conference. Composers may either perform their own works, provide their own performer(s), or submit pieces for the following volunteer performers/ensembles:

  • Kutztown University Wind Ensemble (grade 4-4.5)
  • Kutztown University Orchestra (up to 2.2.2.2 4.3.3.1 percussion, strings)
  • Kutztown University faculty chamber ensembles (any combination of the following: baritone voice, clarinet, saxophone, French horn, cello, piano)
  • Flute solo, or flute and piano
  • Guitar solo
  • Electronic music * Composers must contact the Composition Committee Chair before submission regarding needed equipment. The concert venue may have limited capacity for electronic playback or processing.

The Committee solicits the broadest representation of our profession and its interests and welcomes submissions from all including those in academia (full-time and adjunct faculty, community college faculty, students, and retired faculty), in the music industry, and active as independent musicians and scholars.

 

ELIGIBILITY

  • Composers must be current members of the College Music Society at the time of submission. Persons interested in submitting a proposal should check their membership status well in advance of the submission deadline. Please note the processing time for membership applications and/or renewals is 1–2 business days.

 

CONSIDERATIONS

  • All scores must be anonymous .
  • All scores must be 10 minutes or less in duration.
  • Composers who will provide their own performers must communicate with their performers prior to submission regarding their interest and availability. Submissions which do not list all performers will be deemed incomplete and will not be considered.
  • Composers may wish to refer to the online CMS Players Roster to locate performers who have volunteered their services for this conference.
  • All composers whose work is selected for inclusion on the program are expected to register for, and attend, the entire conference. Performers are not required to be members of CMS or to register for the conference in order to perform on this program, but they must register if they wish to attend the rest of the conference.
  • Composers must be willing to have their works performed on any day of the conference should their proposal be accepted.
  • The College Music Society does not fund travel expenses of accepted presenters or performers.
  • Proposers must submit their own work and may not submit proposals on behalf of their students or others.

 

PROPOSAL SUBMISSION & PARTICIPATION POLICY

  • Each member may submit a maximum of two score(s) to this conference.
  • Each member may submit a maximum of three proposal(s) to all calls for this conference.
  • Each member may be added by others as a co-presenter (e.g., panelist or accompanist) to a maximum of two proposals.
  • The maximum number of presentations in which a member may be involved on the conference program is two. If more than two proposals involving the same member are accepted – regardless of whether the member submitted the proposal or was added another member’s proposal – the individual in question must choose in which two presentations s/he will participate.

 

PREPARATION OF MATERIALS

  • Electronic submissions are required. Proposals sent by mail will not be considered.
  • The College Music Society's conference submission process is powered by Submittable. To submit a proposal, please log in to the CMS members-only website using your username and password and then click the ‘Submit’ button at the bottom of this call. You will be directed to Submittable to complete your proposal. If you don't already have a Submittable account, you will be prompted to establish one. (Click here for help using Submittable and to view a list of Frequently Asked Questions.)
  • A complete proposal includes:

(1) The score’s title, instrumentation, and duration, rounding up to the nearest half minute.

(2) A PDF copy of the full score and individual parts (anonymous). The score may be notated at concert pitch or transposed, but the composer should make this clear in the score. Multi-movement scores should be merged into a single PDF file, as should all parts.

(3) A digital recording of the work. MIDI file/software-synthesis realizations are acceptable. Most audio file formats are supported within Submittable.

(4) Program notes (not to exceed 250 words).

(5) A list of required equipment (Internet connections are not guaranteed).

(6) A brief biography of the composer (not to exceed 250 words). A headshot of the proposer and of each co-facilitator in JPG or PNG format, sized at 400 x 400 pixels. 

(7) Name of performing ensemble, if applicable.

(8) Biography of ensemble or performer(s) (maximum total text of 250 words).

(9) Contact details regarding all personnel involved in the presentation (email address, mailing address, and phone). If your performance includes 3 or more performers, download this spreadsheet, save the file using your name as the file name (e.g., smith_john.xlsx), and complete the requested information for each involved person. You will be required to upload this completed file with your proposal.

Please note:

  • The name(s) or affiliation(s) of anyone involved in the presentation should not appear on the score or parts, in program notes, or in the file names of submitted audio samples, as submissions are evaluated anonymously. Proposals identifying the composer or collaborators will be disqualified. Names and affiliations may appear in submitted biographies and in the “Performers” section of the proposal, however, as the review committee will not have access to this part of the application.
  • Submissions that do not conform to the above guidelines will not be considered.

 

TIMELINE

  • Proposals must be submitted by 11:59 PM EST on Saturday, September 30, 2023.
  • Every effort will be made to notify proposers of the status of their submission by Friday, November 17, 2023.

 

NORTHEAST CHAPTER STUDENT COMPOSITION COMPETITION

The Elliott S. Schwartz Student Composition Award is open to any student who presents an original composition on the program of the Northeast Regional Conference. Students must be enrolled in a college or university within the Northeast Chapter in order to be eligible. An adjudication committee will decide the award winner based on the public performance at the Chapter Conference. The adjudication committee for this award will consist of faculty or professional composers whose music is also being presented at that concert. Faculty from the schools of students who are submitting pieces will not serve on the adjudication committee. 

Student members of the College Music Society are invited to submit original scores. They should follow the procedures in the Call-for-Scores. Student members of the College Music Society who are selected to present their composition at the conference are automatically considered for the Elliott S. Schwartz Prize for Student Composition. The following guidelines apply to the competition:

1. Entrants to the competition must be (as of March 2024) enrolled in classes at their institution. Bachelor’s, master’s, and pre-ABD doctoral students are eligible. Both full and part-time students are eligible. Students who already hold the degree of Ph.D., D.M.A., D.M., Ed.D. or other terminal degree (excluding M.F.A.) are not eligible.

2. Student submissions will be evaluated as part of the entire pool of submissions for programming at the conference.

3. Students who will provide their own performers must still communicate with their performers prior to submission, regarding their interest and availability.

4. A cash award of $250 will be given to the winner.

5. The judges reserve the right to not select a winner.

 

QUESTIONS?

Questions regarding this call should be directed to:

Dr. Nathan Cornelius

Composition Committee Chair, 2024 College Music Society Northeast Conference

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Submission Deadline: 11:59 PM Eastern Time on Saturday, September 30th 

The Northeast chapter of The College Music Society (CMS) will hold its 45th Conference March 23-24, 2024, hosted by Kutztown University in Kutztown, Pennsylvania.

The Performance Committee welcomes student performers to submit proposals to this call for student performances, which will be evaluated with other student performance proposals. Students may instead submit to the Call for Lecture-Recitals & Performances, which will be evaluated with all submissions (students and non-students). Please see separate calls for lecture-recitals (students and non-students), papers, panel discussion, and composition proposals.

 

CONSIDERATIONS

  • Performances are intended to present live music, and speaking is generally limited to brief introductory comments. Students may submit as part of our showcase performance. Brief performances of 10 minutes or less may be proposed which will be included on a larger concert organized by the Program Committee. The time limit is inclusive of set-up and tear-down.     

 

ELIGIBILITY & GUIDELINES

  • All CMS student members are invited to submit proposals. 
  • Student membership
  • The Primary proposer must be a current member of CMS. Please confirm membership status in advance of the submission deadline. Please note the processing time for membership applications and/or renewals is 1–2 business days.
  • It is not necessary for collaborators to be current members at the time of submission; however, if invited, all persons involved in the presentation/performance must become CMS members. 
  • Proposers may not submit proposals on behalf of others.
  • Presentations requiring two pianos will also be considered. Pianos may be prepared or altered. However, any alterations need to be clearly stated in the proposal and require approval. 

 

PROPOSAL SUBMISSIONS & PARTICIPATION POLICY

  • Each member may submit a maximum of TWO proposals to all calls for this conference.
  • Each member may submit only ONE proposal of each format type (e.g., ONE lecture-recital, ONE performance, ONE paper). The same topic may not be submitted as both a lecture-recital and performance. 
  • Students can choose to submit a recital proposal to this call or to the Call for Lecture-Recitals & Performances. The same recital proposal may not be submitted to both calls. A student can submit a recital proposal to this call and a separate unique lecture-recital to the other call and vice-versa. Each submission must be unique and should not duplicate the subject matter of other work submitted by the proposer in response to any other Calls for this conference.
  • In addition to the allowed TWO submissions, each member may be added by another person as a co-presenter (e.g., panelist or accompanist) to ONE proposal.
  • The maximum number of presentations in which a member may be involved on the conference program is TWO. If more than two proposals involving the same member are accepted – regardless of whether the member submitted the proposal or was added another member’s proposal – the individual in question must choose in which two presentations to participate. 
  • All performers/presenters selected to perform/present must register for the conference and be prepared to present/perform on either day of conference. CMS does not fund travel expenses of accepted performers. 

 

PREPARATION OF MATERIALS

  • Electronic submissions are required. Proposals sent by mail/email will not be considered. 
  • The College Music Society's conference submission process is powered by Submittable. To submit a proposal, please follow this process: 
    1. log in to the CMS members-only website using your username and password 
    2. click the ‘Submit’ button at the bottom of this call. 
      1. You will be directed to Submittable to complete your proposal. If you don't already have a Submittable account, you will be prompted to establish one. 
      2. (Click here for help using Submittable and to view a list of Frequently Asked Questions.)
  • A complete proposal includes:
    • Proposal’s title and format.
    • Performance proposals require program notes of 250 words or less, as well as a list of all titles, movements, and composers being proposed, an indication of the instrumentation, and duration of each work. If a proposal includes lengthy pieces which will not be played in their entirety, please clarify within the program notes which sections will be performed. 
    • Required equipment and internet needs (Internet connection not guaranteed)
    • Digital recording of the performer(s) to demonstrate proficiency. Preference will be given to submissions that include a recording of the proposer performing the actual work being proposed. Where this is not possible, the submitted example must be of a comparable style, genre, or historical period. Reference recordings of a proposed work(s) by a performer other than the proposer may be submitted, provided the file name reflects this distinction by include the word “Reference.” Most audio file formats are supported within Submittable.
    • Optional: Up to 3 supporting materials to your proposal. These might include printed music examples, photos, statistics, or relevant data. Do not include lengthy documents, dissertations, CVs, resumes, or PowerPoint presentations. 
    • Brief biography of the proposer (not to exceed 250 words).
    • Name of performing ensemble, if applicable. 
    • Brief biographies of the performer(s) or ensemble (maximum total text of 250 words). Ensemble biographies may briefly address the achievements of each ensemble member; however, separate biographies of each individual performer are not requested in this case.  
    • Contact details for all collaborators (including pianists)
      • email address
      • mailing address
      • phone number 
      • headshot photo 
  • Please note: To support the blind review process, the name(s) and/or affiliation(s) of anyone involved in the presentation, including the ensemble, performers, or commissioners (if applicable), should not appear in the title, abstract, or program notes, nor in the file names or body of submitted supplementary materials. Submissions are evaluated anonymously and proposals identifying the proposer or co-presenters will be disqualified. Names and affiliations may appear in the “Collaborators” section of the proposal and in submitted biographies, however, as the review committee will not have access to this information.
  • Submissions that do not conform to the above guidelines will not be considered.

 

TIMELINE

  • Proposals must be submitted by 11:59 PM Eastern Time on Saturday, September 30th.
  • Every effort will be made to notify performers/proposers by Tuesday, November 17, 2022.

 

QUESTIONS?

Questions regarding this call should be directed to:

Aileen Razey

Performance Chair, 2023 CMS-Northeast Conference

 

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Conference Location: Kutztown University, Schaeffer Auditorium

Hotel nearby: Hampton Inn & Suites ($125 per night room block: College Music Society Northeast Conference) Reservation Link

Airports & Transportation:

Newark Liberty Airport (EWR)

  • Take bus by Trans-bridge Lines from airport to Allentown, Lyft/Uber/Taxi from Allentown to Kutztown University https://transbridgelines.com

Philadelphia International Airport (PHL)

  • No public transportation, rental car options

Lehigh Valley International Airport (ABE)

  • Lyft/Uber/Taxi from ABE to Kutztown University

John F. Kennedy Airport, New York City (JFK)

  • Air train and subway to Manhattan
  • Trans-bridge Lines from Port Authority Bus Terminal (PABT) to Allentown, Lyft/Uber/Taxi from Allentown to Kutztown University
  • OurBus to Allentown or Kutztown University: https://www.ourbus.com/

Event Summary

Event Date 03-23-2024
Event End Date 03-24-2024
Individual Price $150.00
Late Fee $10.00 (From 11-30--0001 00:00)
Location Kutztown University