Local Chair submits entries to state. Entry fee: $30.00
See non-TMTA teachers and student fees in TMTA handbook.
Non-ADMTA member teacher pays double student entry fees.
This committee organizes student participation in ensembles at the state convention in June.
- Rehearsals start 4 to 6 weeks before convention.
- Music must be memorized.
- Participants must pass the appropriate theory test.
Please consider signing up your students for an Ensemble at the TMTA convention in June 2020! This program is a lot of fun for students, and although it is a great deal of work, the rehearsals and performance provide that “group dynamic” that is missing in students’ solo piano experiences.
In order to join an ADMTA/TMTA ensemble, please read p. 84 in the current 2019-2020 yearbook for all the details
- By January 29, 2020, teachers must give notice and register by contacting the chair, Jeannie Henselman: email@example.com
- Students must be members of Student Affiliate
- Students must have passed their grade level theory exam (fall or spring theory allowed)
- Students must memorize the ensemble music
- Students must attend the rehearsals for their group (usually 4 to 6 weeks before convention)
- Teachers must submit the entry fee of $30.00 per student by Feb. 19, 2020
The DEADLINE is Jan. 29, 2020 (to give preliminary notice to the chair); and final count and fees are due by February 19, 2020.
Here are the ensemble pieces for the TMTA 2020 convention:
At the Robot Factory by Kevin Olson, published by FJH Music Company, Recital Duets, book 2 (conductor TBD)
Polka Party by Catherine Rollin, published by Alfred, Dances for Two, book 2 (conductor TBD)
Grand Finale by Catherine Rollin, published by Alfred, sheet music single (Ana Ortega)
Rush Hour by Kevin Olson, Quartet published by FJH Music Company (Jeannie DeArmond-Henselman)
High School Groups:
Mamma Mia (arranged by Luisa Seder) and Money Money Money (arranged by Shay Howell): these are arrangements of ABBA songs; printed with permission via Sheet Music Plus (Jodi Blount)
Legend of the Phoenix by Kevin Olson. Quartet published by FJH Music Company (Brian Henselman)