The MTNA Collegiate Chapters Piano Pedagogy Symposium is held each school year in a different location. Collegiate members from around the country come together to present sessions, network and to learn more about the music teaching profession. Click here for more information
The Oklahoma Music Teachers Association State Conference is usually held in late May/early June in various locations around the state. The conference features a guest artist, clinician, presenter and a featured composer. Click here for more information.
The MTNA National Conference, held annually, brings together the most representative cross-section of the MTNA membership. National competitions feature the outstanding performances of students in all instrument areas, as well as composition. Conferences include master classes, technology and informational sessions, pedagogy sessions, exhibit hall, evening concerts and much more. Click here for more information.
The National Conference on Keyboard Pedagogy (NCKP) is a biennial meeting of keyboard music educators, researchers, and industry leaders representing all fifty states and over a dozen other nations. NCKP offers participants four inspiring, innovative, and challenging days at the splendid Westin Lombard Yorktown Center in Lombard, IL. Click here for more information.
MusicEdConnect is an opportunity for teachers to attend a national conference online, without travel expenses. Since sessions are live, attendees can connect with the presenter to ask questions, just as a conference. Click here for more information.
The Ohio University Piano Pedagogy Seminar provides piano teachers and students with professional enrichment opportunities through a series of energizing workshops, presentations and performances. The event is held on the Athens campus of Ohio University in the scenic hills of southeast Ohio. Click here for more information.