August/September Issue

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About the Alabama Music Educators Association

The Alabama Music Educators Association is the largest community of professional music educators in the state. Membership is open to all public, private, and post-secondary music educators as well as private teachers. The AMEA works with local administrators and elected officials in Montgomery and beyond, to ensure access to the best possible school music programs and advance music education as a profession. We support quality music instruction in Alabama from early childhood through college, and we work to foster a better understanding of music’s important role in development of the whole child.

As a member, you will discover new ways to share the gift of music — through our many professional development programs, student experiences, initiatives and resources. You can also exchange ideas with music educators from around the state and the country to help each other’s students excel. And you’ll be part of our efforts to advocate for excellence in music instruction.

If making the most of your career is important to you, then membership in AMEA should be a part of it. Become a member of your professional association – and start taking advantage of the many benefits of membership!


Governing Board News

AVA: President’s Address | September 2021
David Raney
AMEA: On Your Mark, Get Set…
new_Pat Stegall
AMEA Registrar: From the Registrar
Joel Henson
ABA: It’s Just Band
Sarah McLendon
ELEM/GEN: Do Nothing
AVA: Highlights of the Coming Year
HED: Get Involved this School Year

Industry and Institutional Partners

Industry/institutional members are regarded by AMEA’s Board and membership as an elite group that extends beyond their businesses and services by being partners with the music education professionals who in turn support and patronize them. This is an opportunity to add YOUR name to the rolls as an industry member. AMEA’s membership year runs from July 1 through June 30. Learn more!