EVMTA Event Calendar
Join us in a meeting to get a glimpse of each exciting activity waiting for you and your students. Look for more information in your email.
Includes all‐you‐can eat pizza and drinks ‐ Friends and family are welcome.
In this hands-on online workshop, you will learn how to use a 5-step compositional process to teach composition to young beginner students.
Your students may play in costume in celebration of the Halloween season. You may program your students according to a theme (jazz, movie themes, etc.)
The Fall Student Recital is open for students of all levels to play one memorized, polished piece.
This masterclass, in honor of Beethoven’s 250th birthday celebration, will include students’ pre-recorded videos, which will be broadcast and discussed alongside live, virtual feedback for each student.
We are announcing a new concert for Fall 2020: Celebrating Beethoven. Published works of Ludwig van Beethoven will be featured at this year’s event. Each participant will be given a maximum of 8 minutes to perform. A participant may perform one or multiple movements within this time frame. Also, we strongly encourage performances of ensemble and chamber music by the composer as well.
The Nancy Spitzer Memorial Scholarship provides scholarship funds for lesson tuition or music books.
Students with special needs require an individualized approach in piano lessons. Learn how to modify the teaching approach for such students and conduct the productive working atmosphere with a proper teacher-student interaction.
2022 Piano Ensemble
Learn about why we are so particular about gestures and physical motions in playing and how the motions relate to the sound and affect it.
Winners of each category will receive a medal and cash awards. Up to $1,700.00 will be distributed among the winners, based on the number of awards.
The Spring Student Recital is open for students of all levels to play one memorized, polished piece
A piano faculty member from NAU will help you with some strategies on effective feedback in a piano lesson setting.
All graduating Seniors are invited to perform 1 piece or 2 short pieces. Seniors receiving the Senior Award (by separate application) are expected to perform in the recital.
Register Online – Registration available 3.3.22 – 3.30.22
A teacher may enter a maximum of 8 students from his/her studio for this event.
Annual Evaluation at Arizona State University