Arkansas Music Educators Association

A Federated State Association of the National Association for Music Education

Arkansas All-State Music Conference

February 20-22, 2020

Hot Springs Convention Center

Hot Springs, AR

ArkMEA is now accepting session proposals for the 2020 Arkansas All-State Music Conference. 

2020

MIOSM

March is Music In Our Schools Month

2020 ArkMEA Capitol Concerts

March 18th and 19th 

The 23rd Annual Capitol Concerts to Celebrate Music In Our Schools Month will be Wednesday, March 18th and Thursday, March 19th.  These concerts take place in the beautiful rotunda of the Arkansas State Capitol.  In recent years, we’ve had over 1000 students from schools from all corners of the state.  We all join our voices in singing the music selections to accompany each year’s theme. Selections will be chosen before Christmas break.  Practice tracks and PDFs of the music will be sent to those who register. Musical selections will be appealing to all school age children.

Before the concert portion of the program, schools are invited to perform individual selections. It is always nice to hear the individual choirs perform.

The concerts will start with individual performances at 10:30, the full concert at 11:00 and will end by noon.  We also have a special guest speaker/musician as part of the program. Afterward you may want to set up a tour of the Capitol building and the treasury.  There are also many other interesting things to do with your students in Little Rock in the afternoon.

For more information, merchandise and ideas to celebrate Music In Our Schools Month 2020, please go to nafme.org.  Hope you will consider joining us!

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