Video of the Month
The Dorothy Shaw Bell Choir performing “Rush Hour” (an original composition by Jack Noble White) March 17, 2018 at Graceland in Memphis, Tennessee. This original composition is meant to bring to mind the chaos driving in rush hour traffic. The Dorothy Shaw Bell Choir executive director, R. Kent Schmedel, built a box with four different fully functioning car horns that are powered by a rechargeable battery for this unique song.
This Month National Seminar 2020 Pre-Registration Deadline Approaching National Seminar Call for Performers and Faculty Deadline Coming Soon International Symposium Event Updates Save the Date: Giving Tuesday 2019 Next National Board Chat Video of the Month SUBSCRIBE...read more
National Seminar 2020 will be Thursday, July 16 through Monday, July 20, at the Omni Championsgate near Orlando, Florida. Several performance opportunities are offered throughout the event. We are also seeking submissions for classes and faculty to present...read more
Pre-register for National Seminar 2020 by October 1 and freeze the registration fee at $350. Join us at the Omni Orlando Resport at ChampionsGate near Orlando, Florida for National Seminar 2020. Event dates are Thursday, July 16 through Monday, July 20....read more
This Month National Seminar 2020 Pre-Registration Open National Seminar Call for Performers and Faculty Reminder to Choose Your Renewal Date HMA to Commission New Work for International Symposium New Member Health Insurance Benefit Seeking Music Advisor Next...read more
By Jill Fedon President-Elect, National Board The Guild’s first Honorary Life Membership Award was given to Frederick Sharpe in 1963 at the eighth National Convention in Detroit, Michigan. Mr. Sharpe was the honored guest at the convention and was...read more
Distinctly Bronze East and Reaching for Bronze 2020 registration open; National Seminar Silent Auction; Next National Board Chat live from National Seminar; more…read more
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