“Tradition and Innovation”
90th ASMTA State Conference-June 6-8, 2019
Northern Arizona University, School of Music – Flagstaff, AZ
As teachers and performers, we look to the past to build a musical foundation based on tradition while simultaneously seeking new, innovative approaches and repertoire to stay current and grow. The 90th conference will present a broad range of topics related to both tradition and innovation in music education, pedagogy, and performance.
The conference artist will be international Steinway artist Jeffrey Swann, and featured clinicians include Dr. Jane Magrath and Dr. Robert Duke.
2019 Conference Highlights and Presenter Schedule (as of 3/8/19)
You may register either by printing off this following form, filling it out and mailing it in
…or by registering online (click the Register Now button below)
Online Registration Now Open
Directions, Campus Map and Parking
DoubleTree by Hilton Flagstaff; $159/night + tax, includes breakfast. Reservations should be made by individual calling 928-773-8888 or online with web link by 5/5/09
Special rate can be extended a day before and following.
Econolodge, .4 miles/walking distance to NAU School of Music. Wednesday-Thursday, $68.00; Friday, $126; Saturday, $136, + tax. Reservations should be made by individual calling 928-774-7326 or online with weblink by 5/17/09.
Book early for best availability! No room charges until check-in.
Conference Presenter and Exhibitor Applications
Exhibitor Application Deadline is April 20, 2019.
Presenter Application Deadline is February 1, 2019.
Presenter Selection Notification is February 15, 2019.
Advertising Opportunities with ASMTA and/or the ASMTA Conference
Advertising Application Deadline is May 1, 2019
Facilities and Hospitality: Rita Borden
Presenters: Dr. Michelle Wachter
Exhibitors: Dr. Janice Chiang
Registration: Marie Zelenka
Conference Program Booklet: Jennifer Russell and Laurie Smith
Silent Auction: Diana Galindo
Website: Susan Traylor
Advertising: Muriel Long
Treasurer: Lynnette Barney
Honors Recital: Chris Oill and Tanya Eldridge