Registration

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REGISTRATION

Register today for the 2019 WVMEA In-Service Conference to be held March 7-9, 2019 at the Charleston Civic Center and Municipal Auditorium.

This spring we will welcome you to a conference in the newly renovated Charleston Civic Center. We have booked two nationally known sponsored clinicians, Jim Solomon and Carol Krueger, and received an excellent collection of proposal submissions. The theme for this conference is Keeping Music at the Table, a paraphrase of “If you are not at the table, you are on the menu.” In the state of West Virginia, music education is alive and well and our job is to make it even better.

"KEEPING MUSIC AT THE TABLE"


Early bird registration ends February 22, 2019.


Note: All teachers must be pre-registered in order to take students to participate in any conference activity. Failure to comply will result in an increased registration fee and students will be removed from conference activities until evidence of conference registration is verified with the chair of respective affiliate.


Questions about registration may be directed to executive@wvmea.org.

All registrants must be members of WVMEA both at the time of registration and throughout the conference. Membership will be verified at the time of registration.  Questions about NAfME membership may be directed to mbrserv@nafme.org.

Join or renew your membership at http://nafme.org/about/view/nafme-membership-applications.

Event Dates

MARCH 7-9, 2019
Charleston Civic Center
and Municipal Auditorium
Charleston, WV

Overview
The annual WVMEA In-Service Conference is held in the spring of each year. It encompasses every segment of the organization and has emerged as a major in-service activity for all teachers, as well as providing unique performance opportunities for gifted students. In addition to workshop sessions on all levels of music instruction from kindergarten through college, several inspiring concert hours are held to spotlight the top honors performing organizations in the state, including honors finalists from the regional solo and ensemble festivals.

The gala finale of the In-Service Conference traditionally has been the performances of the All-State Band, Orchestra, and Chorus, usually under the direction of nationally known conductors. The In-Service Conference is supported by exhibitors who have displays and by the registration fee paid by members who attend. WVMEA members also have the opportunity to participate in the national and divisional NAfME in-service conferences, which are held during alternate years These meetings offer a wealth of possibilities for improved training and provide additional educational opportunities to all who attend.
Event Schedule
Exhibitor & Advertiser Info
Hotel Info
You may also contact
Dr. Keith Jackson, Conference Chair
Email: president.elect@wvmea.org
All West Virginia students are encouraged to participate in All-State Ensembles. Download the All-State eligibility requirements here.
WVU will be offering a three credit hour Professional Development Class for attending the 2019 WVMEA In-Service Conference, March 7-9, 2019 in Charleston, WV and writing a two page reflective paper. More information is available here.
2019 Annual WVMEA In-Service Conference March 07, 2019 08:30 am 78 Days 0 0 Hrs. 1 2 Mins.
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