Music Administration Collaborative

The Music Administration Collaborative is a forum for professional sharing and a formalized opportunity to exchange ideas.

The Music Administration Collaborative supports music education throughout the nation and around the globe. It is a primary source of professional development, communication and networking for today's music administrators. Through inspired leadership, the Music Administration Collaborative yields provocative dialogue and offers the latest education trends, up-to-date music advocacy data, current research, policy, and curriculum standards. The Music Administration Collaboration is a forum for collegial sharing, professional collaboration, and an intimate opportunity to exchange ideas.

Upcoming Events

The Midwest Clinic: International Band and Orchestra Conference

December 15, 2106

10:30 – 11:30 am: The Two Sides of the Recruitment and Retention Coin: Proactive Strategies for Sustaining Teachers and Students in Music Education

Elizabeth Sokolowski, Head of Music Education Division, University of the Arts

Noon – 1:00 pm: The Dreams of Our Founding Fathers and Creating a World of Music for All

Robert Morrison, Founder & CEO of Quadrant Research


December 16, 2016

10:30 – 11:30 am: How Will We Know? Incorporating the Model Cornerstone Assessments with the National Core Music Standards

Dr. Johanna J. Siebert, Retired Director of Fine Arts, Webster Central School District




National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM)

January 20, 2017

Contemporary Issues in Music Education

Dr. Nola Jones
Coordinator of Visual and Performing Arts, Metro Nashville Public Schools

Meaningful Goal-Setting Using the National Core Music Standards

Dr. Johann Siebert
Retired Director of Fine Arts, Webster Central School District

The Two Sides of the Recruitment and Retention Coin

Elizabeth Sokolowski
Head of Music Education Division, University of the Arts

To register for the Music Administration Collaborative CLICK HERE.



Conn-Selmer Institute (CSI)

June 11-14, 2017

To register for the Music Administration track visit csinstitute.org.