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Save the dates to attend the 2014 NAfME Music Research and Teacher Education National Conference–April 10-12, 2014.  Join us in St. Louis for a conference with a special focus on research in music education and on music teacher education. It is designed for the needs of the higher education and research communities. It will mirror the previous 2012 conference held in St. Louis.  See the detailed schedule. Also check out the conference app made available through the generosity of EventMobi.

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COME HEAR THE OPENING KEYNOTE ADDRESS!

NAfME is pleased to announce that Daniel Levitin will present the keynote address at the opening of the Conference on April 10, 2014.

Daniel Levitin is an award-winning scientist, musician, and record producer. ­He is the author of the number one best seller This Is Your Brain on Music, which was published in nineteen languages and spent more than one year on the New York Times best seller list. His newest book, The World in Six Songs, topped the bestseller lists in its first week of release.

Watch a video clip for a personal glimpse of Daniel Levitin.

College Credit: 
A program offered in cooperation with VanderCook College of Music enables teachers attending the 2014 Music Research and Teacher Education National Conference to earn one graduate education credit during the conference. 


Information and course registration forms can be found on the VanderCook website for your convenience. Contact VanderCook to register over the phone, via fax, or online.

Become a member.

NAfME members attend the Annual Conference at a preferred rate. If you have not yet done so, we welcome you to join and start enjoying all the benefits of being a member of both NAfME and your State Music Education Association (MEA). You can also join onsite when you arrive.

Reserve your spot today.

Pre-registration rates are only available through January 17, 2014

 

A letter from our President and Executive Director.