The January/February/March 2017 issue of the MMTA newsletter is now available!
Minnesota Junior Composition - 1 entry
Representative Ava Marquette (Teacher: Chrisanne Holm)
Minnesota Junior Performance Piano - 10 entries
Winner Shuen Wu (Teacher: Alexander Braginsky)
Alternate Joseph Caswell (Teacher: Paul Wirth)
Honorable mention Margaret Wang (Teacher: Alexander Braginsky)
Minnesota Junior Performance String - 2 entries
With so many MMTA events taking place across the state of Minnesota, it can be difficult to manage everything that's going on. To help with this, MMTA presents a listing of events for your convenience. (If any changes are made to an event date, these listings will be updated here on the website.)
Events by Date:
Events by Deadline:
Thank you for your involvement with MMTA! We hope you have a fantastic year.
EXCITING OPPORTUNITY FOR TEACHERS AND STUDENTS! Soprano Renee Fleming will be teaching a master class at MacPhail Center for Music on October 6th at 1:00 PM. Tickets for the class are $20 and will go on sale to the public on September 19 at 9:00 AM.
On October 8th at 4:00 PM, classical pianist Leon Fleisher will lead a master class. Tickets are $20 for general admission and $10 for students and educators.
Below is a downloadable list of Piano Contest Workshops for the new school year. The presenters are excited to share a new year of music with you:
Welcome to the new MMTA website!! Please take some time to get acquainted with the new site prior to the beginning of the school year in order to be able to use the site to its full potential.
Questions? Contact the MMTA Office at 952-345-0629.
Pedaling for Pianos
A fundraiser is being planned for Saturday August 13th 9:00 a.m. to noon to raise money to purchase keyboards for MusicLink students. Bikers will be riding a route from the St. Paul Cathedral to 2 stops on Grand Ave., a stop at Shadow Falls Park and back to the Cathedral. Mini-concerts will take place at each stop. We're looking for bikers and performers who would like to join in the fun. No fundraising by performers is involved and performers can bike the route for free!
An "endorsed judge" is the same as an "approved judge".
Thanks to everyone who worked so tirelessly to make the 2016 Honors Concert a great experience for students!