2021 July Virtual Conference – Co-hosted in partnership with MMEA

Overview and Registration Information

Twelve state Music Education Associations (MEAs) across the United States have partnered with Maryland MEA to host the 2021 Virtual Conference on July 13-15, 2021. The Associations include: Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Nebraska, North Carolina, Virginia, Washington, DC, and Wyoming.

Click here for complete information about the conference, registration, and schedule.


How do we welcome all students and teachers as we seek to improve equitable access and representation in music education? Educators will learn strategies for opening doors to all students while evaluating the curricula we teach to ensure cultural relevance.

Explore the diverse array of 2021 July Virtual Conference breakout session presenters!

Reserve your spot today!

Session topics include change, diversity, cultural relevance, programming, learner variability, mindfulness, restorative justice, language, inclusion, interrupting racism, equity, digital beat making, technology, history, social-emotional learning, software, gender, student engagement, student experience, world drumming, proven practices, music careers, and MORE!

Registration rates:

  • NAfME Collegiate Member: $20.00
  • Collegiate Non-Member: $30.00
  • NAfME members: $60.00
  • Non-member: $210.00

MMEA works to ensure all educators and students seeking resources have the access they need. As such, attendees may choose a “pay what you can” option or recommended registration rates.

Registration includes access to the event, session recording archives for one year, and a professional development certificate valued at “15 contact hours.” 

Learn more and Register.

Please direct all questions to mmeamarylandinfo@gmail.com. 

NAfME is a proud supporter of the 2021 July Virtual Conference.