The Fall 2015 issue of the Kansas Music Review focuses on contextual differences in teaching. Past KMEA president Mike Quilling has spent his career creating great music in small schools and his article shares his views about the benefits of teaching in the small rural districts that blanket Kansas. KMEA 2014-15 Teacher of the Year, […]
KMEA is accepting proposals for clinic sessions at the 2016 In-Service Workshop. Deadline for submitting proposals is October 1, 2015.
Congratulations to the students and directors of the ensembles selected to perform at the 2016 In-Service Workshop.
The KMEA Mentoring Program is intended to help music educators and administrators with concerns that arise out of the music classroom. This program has been designed to bring together experienced, successful music educators and first or second year teachers who request assistance with any aspect of their music program.
Exhibitors are invited to reserve a booth for the 2016 In-Service Workshop (Feb. 25-27, 2016). We accept payment either mail-in or online via PayPal. Secure your exhibit contract by December 1, 2015 and save $25. We encourage everyone to support our exhibitors. Without their participation, the In-Service Workshop would not be possible.
At the June 2015 board meeting, the KMEA board voted to approve the KMEA All-State Elementary Choir, with the first performance to take place at the 2016 In-Service Workshop. This choir will be for singers in 3rd through 5th grades. Registration and auditions will be handled online using a system modeled after the KMEA All-State […]
(June 25, 2015) – Kansas Music Educators Assocation delegation in Washington, DC, talking music education with our Capitol Hill Kansans! Pictured L-R: Government Relations Advisor Mike Quilling, Collegiate President Alissa Gomez, President Martha Gabel, Vice President Avian Bear, Executive Director John Taylor, KMR Editor Steve Oare (June 25, 2015) – Pictured L-R: Government Relations Advisor […]