Seventeen Local Associations Receive Grants

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Seventeen Local Associations Receive Grants


A total of $8,742.50 was distributed from the MTNA FOUNDATION FUND to seventeen local associations in 2005. Associations receiving grants are:

Aberdeen Area MTA, SD; Piano Teachers Workshop

Central Arkansas MTA, AR; Family Workshop: American Music Styles

Central Pennsylvania MTA, PA; Piano Workshop by Steven Smith and Phrasing, Voicing, and Rubato: Some Guidelines

Frisco MTA, TX; Frisco MTA Website Featuring Chamber Music

Lake Washington MTA, WA; Chamber Music Festival

Lancaster MTA, PA; The Perfect Wrong Note: Recital, Lecture and Un-Master Class

Lincoln County District OMTA, OR; Speaking the Classical Repertoire Workshop

Lynden Chapter WMTA, WA; Jody Graves Workshop

Northern Delaware Valley Chapter PMTA, PA; Wit and Humor in the Pedagogical Literature

Northwest Arkansas MTA, AR; Baroque Festival

Plano MTA, TX; Community Concert on Harold Arnold and Workshops by Tony Caramia

Port Huron MTA, MI; Summer Music Makers

Reading MTA, PA; Middle Eastern Cultures in Perfect Harmony--Concert by Members of Intercultural Journeys

Rogue Valley OMTA, OR; Audiation and Learning Sequences in Music

Salt Creek Chapter ISMTA, IL; A Festival of Music, author Kevin R Olson

Westmoreland Chapter PMTA, PA; Storm in the Studio: Pedagogical Strategies for the Private Instruction of Students Diagnosed with Childhood Behavior Disorders

Wichita Metropolitan MTA, KS; Jazz Festival and Group Master Classes for Teachers and Students

The MTNA FOUNDATION FUND awards these annual grants to provide assistance to MTNA-affiliated local associations and newly established or currently forming affiliated locals for the education and professional development of teachers and for the promotion of music in the immediate community. …

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