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IMEA In-Service Conference and All-State Groups




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January 29-February 1, 2020 in Nampa, Idaho.

The 2020 conference will be January 29-February 1, 2020 at Northwest Nazarene University (NNU) in Nampa, Idaho. More information will be posted as it becomes available.

  • Session Proposals - are now being accepted. They will close September 16, 2019.
  • Performing Groups applications are now being accepted. They will close October 14, 2019.
  • All-State Auditions - Materials have been posted. Audition registration will open in the fall.

All-State Timeline

  • All-State Audition information posted - May, 1 2019
  • Online Audition Registration Opens - August 12, 2019
  • Audition Registration Closes - Midnight, October 4, 2019
  • Audition Fees Due - October 14, 2019
  • Notification of acepted students - October 25, 2019
  • Registration and Payments Due - November 22, 2019
  • Music Mailed - December 6, 2019
  • Check-in, rehearsals & performances - January 29-February 1, 2020

Conference Timeline

  • Session Proposals Open - April 1, 2019
  • Group Performance Applications Open - May 1, 2019
  • Session Proposals Close - September 16, 2019
  • Session Proposals Screening Completed - September 30, 2019
  • Accepted Session Proposals Notified - October 14, 2019
  • Group Performance Applications Close - October 14, 2019
  • Group Performance Application Screening Completed - November 1, 2019
  • Conference Registration Opens - November 1, 2019
  • Accepted Performance Groups Notified - November 5, 2019
  • Conference Pre-Registration Closes - January 13, 2020
  • Conference - January 29-February 1, 2020


General Information

Please inform qualified and interested students in your music groups about the All-State Honor Groups and assist those who apply in preparing the audition materials. Students are eligible for All-State Honor Groups if they are regularly enrolled or dual-enrolled members of a school concert music ensemble in grades 9-12 in Idaho and their director is a current member of the Idaho Music Educators Association.

You must be a member of IMEA/NAfME or your students will not be considered for membership in any All-State group. IMEA is the sole sponsor and adminstrator of these Honor Groups; your membership in the organization will be checked at the time your students apply. If you are not a current member, your students will not be able to audition. If, for some reason, you have put off renewing your IMEA/NAfME membership and cannot access the registration page, please register and send a copy of your electronic receipt to Wayne Millett, the web master. He will have to enter you manually into the IMEA system. We do not get automatic updates from NAfME that magically appear in our system. It can take up to one week to register and add you to system. Please don't put it off. Join or renew NOW!

Because this event is sanctioned by the Idaho High Schools Activity Association (IHSAA) your school must be a member of that organization in order for your students to participate. If your school is not a member of IHSAA, but you are a member of NAfME/IMEA, you students still cannot participate. Both membership requirements must be met.

The sizes of the All-State groups (pending successful auditions) will be Band—140, Orchestra-120, Mixed Choir—200, Treble Choir—120, Jazz Band—22, Jazz Choir—40.

Organizing Chairmen are, Band - John Randall; Jazz Band - Michael Harrison; Jazz Choir - Corbin Rasmussen; Mixed Choir - Joie Cariaga; Orchestra - Brendan Burns; and Treble Choir - Lindsay Lowe.

Registration fees covering music, clinicians, meals, T-shirts, etc. will be set at the Fall Board meeting.

If any of your students were in All-Northwest, they will NOT automatically be in All-State. They must make a recording of the All-State tryout materials.

If I can be of any assistance to you in your preparation for All-State, please call me anytime. I wish you and your students much success and look forward to meeting each of you at the convention January 29-February 1, 2020.

Thomas Kloss
presidentelect@idahomusiced.org



Audition Instructions

Students:

  1. Prepare the required audition materials.
  2. Complete the Student Audition Form and give it to your teacher along with $10 for the audition fee.
  3. Record the audition materials. Each exercise should be saved in a separate file. Voice, wind, and percussion players will upload 4 files each. String players will upload 5 files each. They must be saved or converted to MP3 format. DO NOT state your name and school. DO NOT say the name of your solo. It will be entered on your registration form.
  4. Your teacher will register you on-line and will upload your auditions.

Teachers:

  1. Make sure the students have access to the audition materials.
  2. Collect the Student Audition Form from each student.
  3. Record the students' auditions. Each exercise should be saved in a separate file. Voice, wind, and percussion players will upload 4 files each. String players will upload 5 files each. They must be saved or converted to MP3 format. Files must be smaller that 2MB in size or you will get an error. See below for recording helps and hints.
  4. Register your students on the IMEA Web Site. Registration will open in the Fall.
  5. You must be a member of NAfME/IMEA to log-in. You will log-in with your NAfME # and your last name.
  6. The first time you log-in you will need to update your contact information.
  7. Click on the "Add School" button to add all the schools you teach at that will have students auditioning for All-State.
  8. After you have added your schools, you are ready to start adding students by clicking on "Add Student"
  9. Use the Student Audition Form that the student filled out to complete the information requested. Please double check all information. If you place your student in the wrong category they will be disqualified.
  10. After you have added a student you can upload their audition files. Click on the speaker with the red X and follow the instructions. Be sure to listen to the file after it has been uploaded to make sure it's right.
  11. Continue adding students until they are all entered.
  12. When you are ready to pay the student fees, click on the "Pay Audition Fees" link in the lower right hand corner.
  13. Choose the school that you are paying the fees for, then click "Next."
  14. All of the students that have registered from that school will be shown. This will include band, choir, and orchestra students. Select the check box next to the names of all the students that you are paying for and click "Next."
  15. The Fee Payment page will show you all the names of the students that you are paying for. Please double check it for accuracy.
  16. The preferred method of payment is by credit or debit card through PayPal. You do not have to have a PayPal account.
  17. If you need to pay by check, print two copies. Keep one for your records and mail the other copy, with your check, to the address given on the form. When you are finished click "Cancel."
  18. To pay by credit/debit card, print one copy for your records then click the "Pay Now" button.
  19. You will be taken to the PayPal site. If you have a PayPal account, log-in and follow the payment instructions. If you do not have a PayPal account, click the "Don't have a PayPal account?" link and follow the payment instructions.
  20. REMEMBER!!! Auditions must be uploaded by midnight the day of the deadline. All fees must be paid or postmarked by the due date. Students whose fees have not been paid at that time will be removed from the system. No effort on the part of IMEA will be made to collect the non-payment of audition fees.
  21. NOTE: Many audition are incorrectly uploaded. Common problems are switched etudes, combined etudes, registering in the wrong category, introduction of the student, and missing files. Files uploaded incorrectly will not be fixed and will be disqualified from consideration. There just isn't enough time in the day to track down all the mistakes that could easily be fixed by directors taking the time to proof the upload!

Recording Helps:

If you are total a novice at recording on your computer try to find someone around you that can help. Usually there will be student who will know what they are doing.

MP3 files should be recorded at the bit rate of 128kbps. Some programs call this the resolution. There should be a setting for it on your digital recorder or in the audio program that you record into.

A simple and free program that you can download to record with is Audacity. It works on both Mac and Windows, is easy to use, and is very versatile. Click on the link to go to the download page. The Audacity Tutorials are also very good for learning the basics of recording. You can find them HERE.

If you are on a Mac and want to use an external microphone, you will need a separate USB interface. One of the cheapest and easiest to use is the iMic by Griffin Technologies. Cost is between $30-$50 at most computer stores.

To convert a different file format to MP3 using iTunes:

  1. Start iTunes and open the Preferences
  2. Under General look for the Import Settings button
  3. Click on that and change the Import Using menu to MP3 Encoder. Make sure that you have "High Quality (160 kbps)" selected under "Setting". If you use the "Higher Quality (190 kbps)" setting, your file may be too large and will not import.
  4. Click OK to save the settings and exit back to iTunes
  5. Right click on the file you want to convert (or Control click on the Mac) and select Create MP3 Version
  6. Locate the new file and drag it to the desktop. It should have a .mp3 at the end of the file name. This is the file you want to upload for the audition.
  7. Contact Wayne Millett the Web Master if you are totally lost and need help.

Download the Audition Music in pdf format.
Soprano I Soprano II Alto I Alto II Tenor I Tenor II Bass I Bass II



Choir Audition Requirements

  1. Prepare the audition material listed here. The key is preparation. You may use a metronome to set tempo, but may not use it while playing. PLAY YOUR AUDITION AS CLOSE TO THE INDICATED METRONOME SPEEDS AS POSSIBLE. Points are deducted for going faster or slower than indicated.
  2. There is a $10.00 fee to audition. (plus and additional $10 fee if you also audition for the Jazz Choir.) Pay this to your teacher. Each teacher will send in one check for all their students' auditions.
  3. Fill out the Student Audition Information Sheet and give it to your teacher.
  4. Vocal auditionees are only allowed to submit one vocal audition. Violation of this rule will result in disqualification.
  5. Record your auditions. Name and save the recordings to your hard drive. Each exercise must be recorded as a separate file.
  6. If you have any questions about the Treble Choir, contact Lindsay Lowe. For Mixed Choir contact, Joie Cariaga. For Jazz Choir, contact Corbin Rasmussen.
  7. All auditions must be completed and uploaded by October 4, 2019.
  8. Optional Jazz Choir Audition. If you wish to be considered for the Idaho All-State Jazz Choir, please complete the three additional exercises. (There is an additional $10 fee to audition for the Jazz Choir.)

Audition Exercises:

All exercises and the song are to be sung unaccompanied. The pitch should be given only once before each exercise. Each exercise should be recorded into a separate file.

  1. Sing following scale, ascending and descending, using the syllables "do re mi fa sol la ti do". Do not repeat the high "do" upon descending. You may take a breath, if needed. Sing the exercise with each note m.m. 100.

  2. Soprano I: F (first space treble staff)
    Soprano II: D (above middle C)
    Alto I: A (below middle C)
    Alto II: G (below middle C)
    Tenor I: Eb (third space bass staff)
    Tenor II: C (octave below middle C)
    Bass I: G (first line bass staff)
    Bass II: F (first space below bass staff)


  3. Sing following scale, ascending and descending, using the syllables "do re mi fa sol la ti do". Do not repeat the high "do" upon descending. You may take a breath, if needed. Sing the exercise with each note m.m. 100.

  4. Soprano I: A (second space treble staff)
    Soprano II: G (second line treble staff)
    Alto I: Eb (first line treble staff)
    Alto II: D (above middle C)
    Tenor I: G (fourth space bass staff)
    Tenor II: E (third space bass staff)
    Bass I: D (third line bass staff)
    Bass II: C (octave below middle C)


  5. Vocalize the scale pattern "8-5-3-1" using the word "I love to sing", each pitch at m.m. 120. At the end of the pattern, sing the exercise again 1/2 step higher. Repeat the exercise again another 1/2 step higher, etc. for a total of six renditions of the pattern. Do not vocalize the 1/2 step transition at the end of each pattern.

  6. Soprano: begin on C (third space)
    Alto: begin on G (second line)
    Tenor: begin on C (middle C)
    Bass: begin on G (fourth space bass staff)

  7. Sing unaccompanied the melody and word of "America the Beautiful" (Oh beautiful for spacious skies) first stanza only. Use the following keys at m.m.100.

  8. Soprano I & Tenor I: key of D (start on A)
    Soprano II & Tenor II: key of C (start on G)
    Alto I & Bass I: key of B (start on F#)
    Alto II & Bass II: key of A (start on E)


    OPTIONAL: Jazz Choir Audition
    It would be useful for you to purchase Jamey Aebersold Volumes 2 and 25 with the practice CD, or download the iReal app, adding the jazz standards forum to your list.

  9. Jazz Interpretation: Sing the first 16 measures in a swing style, unaccompanied, of “Summertime.” You choose the tempo and key. (Lead sheet is available on Aebersold, Volume 25.)

  10. Rhythmic and Pitch Accuracy: Sing unaccompanied, your voice part of Jazz Choir, Example 1.

  11. Optional Improvisation: Improvise (using scat syllables) 12 bar blues in the key of Bb, 3 times through. Record yourself using any of the following options: Jamey Aebersold's Volume 2, track 5, iReal app Bb Blues - Fast Swing setting, a live rhythm section, or acapella (between 160-180 BPM if using this option).


Download the Audition Music in pdf format.
Violin Viola Cello Double Bass Harp



String Audition Requirements

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR STRING APPLICANTS
  1. Prepare the audition material listed here. The key is preparation. You may use a metronome to set tempo, but may not use it while playing. PLAY YOUR AUDITION AS CLOSE TO THE INDICATED METRONOME SPEEDS AS POSSIBLE. Points are deducted for going faster or slower than indicated.
  2. There is a $10.00 fee to audition. Pay this to your teacher. Each teacher will send in one check for all their students' auditions.
  3. Fill out the Student Audition Information Sheet and give it to your teacher.
  4. Record your auditions. Name and save the recordings to your hard drive. Each exercise must be recorded as a separate file.
  5. All solo recordings should be unaccompanied.
  6. If you have any questions contact: Brendan Burns
  7. All auditions must be completed and uploaded by October 4, 2019.

STRING AUDITION MATERIALS

VIOLIN

Seventy-Five Melodious and Progressive Studies, Op. 36, Book 1 (Mazas, pub. G. Schirmer)

  1. Three-octave A Major scale: Play sixteenth notes ascending and descending, slur eight notes per bow. (Quarter note = 108) Listen to an example
  2. Three-octave A melodic minor scale: Play sixteenth notes ascending and descending, detaché. (Quarter note = 92) Listen to an example
  3. Exercise 26: Play from the beginning to the key change at the end of line 8. (Quarter note = 90) Listen to an example
  4. Exercise 18: Play 3 lines plus one measure (20 measures total). (Eighth note = 86) Listen to an example
  5. Choose and play a one-minute excerpt from your solo literature.

VIOLA

Etudes Speciales for the Viola, Op. 36, Book 1 (Mazas, pub. G. Schirmer)

  1. Three-octave D Major scale: Play sixteenth notes ascending and descending, slur eight notes per bow. (Quarter note = 108) Listen to an example
  2. Three-octave D melodic minor scale: Play sixteenth notes ascending and descending, detaché. (Quarter note = 92) Listen to an example
  3. Exercise 26: Play from the beginning to the key change in the middle of line 10. (Quarter note = 90) Listen to an example
  4. Exercise 18: Play the first 5 lines, until the key change (20 measures total). (Eighth note = 86) Listen to an example
  5. Choose and play a one-minute excerpt from your solo literature.

CELLO

Violoncello Method (Kummer, pub. G. Schirmer)

  1. Three-octave D Major scale: Play sixteenth notes ascending and descending, slur eight notes per bow. (Quarter note = 88) Listen to an example
  2. Three-octave E melodic minor scale: Play sixteenth notes ascending and descending, detaché. (Quarter note = 72) Listen to an example
  3. Exercise 70, page 78: Play top part. (Quarter note = 72) Listen to an example
  4. Exercise 79, page 86: Play top part. (Eighth Note = 100) Listen to an example
  5. Choose and play a one-minute excerpt from your solo literature.

DOUBLE BASS

Double Bass Studies (Felipe Libon, public domain. IMSLP) Updated for 2015

  1. Two-octave F Major scale: Play sixteenth notes ascending and descending, slur four notes per bow. (Quarter note = 88) Listen to an example
  2. Two-octave E melodic minor scale: Play eighth notes ascending and descending, detaché bowing. (Quarter note = 72) Listen to an example
  3. Exercise 1, Allegro, page 2. Measures 1 through 9. (Quarter note = 90) Listen to an example
  4. Exercise 12, Allegretto, page 14. Measure 1 through beat 1 of measure 14. (Quarter note = 80)Listen to an example
  5. Choose and play a one-minute excerpt from your solo literature.

HARP

Exercices et etudes pour la harpe, Op. 9 (Edmond Larivlere, public domain.) IMSLP

  1. No. 2, page 3. (Quarter note = 120)
  2. No. 14, page 7. (Quarter note = 85)
  3. No. 80, page 24. Measures 1 through 17. (Quarter note = 120)
  4. Choose and play a one-minute excerpt from your solo literature.

For questions or for more information, contact the orchestra chairman: Brendan Burns



Winds & Percussion Audition Requirements

  1. Prepare the audition material listed here. The key is preparation. You may use a metronome to set tempo, but may not use it while playing. PLAY YOUR AUDITION AS CLOSE TO THE INDICATED METRONOME SPEEDS AS POSSIBLE. Points are deducted for going faster or slower than indicated.
  2. There is a $10.00 fee to audition. Pay this to your teacher. Each teacher will send in one check for all their students' auditions.
  3. Fill out the Student Audition Information Sheet and give it to your teacher.
  4. Record your auditions. Name and save the recordings to your hard drive. Each exercise must be recorded as a separate file.
  5. If you have any questions contact: John Randall
  6. All auditions must be completed and uploaded by October 4, 2019.

WIND & PERCUSSION AUDITION MATERIALS

The solo in #4 in the materials listed below is optional. Students who wish to be considered for 1st chair or to play solos should perform the solo. The solo should be a piece of their choosing not to exceed 1 minute in length. The chosen piece should be relatively difficult for the student, but should demonstrate the student’s musical strengths. Pieces from each instrument’s solo repertoire are recommended. Remember, the piece given here is an example only. It may be used, but a piece of the students’ choosing is highly recommended. All solo recxordings should be unaccompanied,

Note that points will be deducted for not playing at indicated metronome speed.

WOODWINDS

Flute:

  1. Chromatic Scale – Low C to C4 using slurred sixteenth notes ascending and descending. (Quarter note = 72) Listen to an example
  2. Selected Studies for Flute -  Page 20: measures 1-18. (Dotted quarter note = 48) Listen to an example
  3. Selected Studies for Flute – Page 33: measures 1-25 and 43-52. (Quarter note = 120) Listen to an example
  4. Example solo: Johann Sebastian Bach: Sonata in Eb Major Mvt. 1 Beginning to measure 53 (quarter note = approximately 88)

Oboe

  1. Chromatic Scale – Low C to High D (two octaves plus one step) using slurred sixteenth notes ascending and descending (Quarter note = 60) Listen to an example
  2. Barret Oboe Method, Kalmus Edition – Page 12 number 6 – First 16 measures (Quarter note = 80) Listen to an example
  3. Barret Oboe Method, Kalmus Edition – Page 6 number 7 (Quarter note = 80) Listen to an example
  4. Example Solo: Paul Hindemith: Oboe Sonata Beginning to Rehearsal number 3

Clarinet

  1. Chromatic Scale – Low E to High E (E4) using legato tongued eighth notes ascending and descending (Quarter Note = 144) Listen to an example
  2. Selected Studies for Clarinet - Page 18: measure 1 to the first note of measure 16. (Quarter Note = 72) Listen to an example
  3. Selected Studies for Clarinet - Page 9: measures 1-13. (Dotted-Quarter note = 90) Listen to an example
  4. Example Solo – Concerto for Clarinet – Mozart - First 20 measures of the clarinet part

Bass Clarinet

  1. Chromatic Scale – Low E to High C (C3) using legato tongued eighth notes ascending and descending (Quarter note = 100) Listen to an example
  2. Rubank Advanced Method for Clarinet Vol. I -  Page 32 Number 11 Bottom Part – First four lines plus the next note (Eighth note = 120) Listen to an example
  3. Rubank Advanced Method for Clarinet Vol. I - Page 49 – Last 21 measures (Quarter note = 120) Listen to an example
  4. Example Solo: Sonata in A Minor - Marcello -  Movement 1  - Allegro Section

Bassoon

  1. Chromatic Scale – Low Bb to High F using slurred eighth notes ascending and descending (Quarter note = 120) Listen to an example
  2. Rubank Advanced Method Page 36 Number 21. Measures 17-34. (Quarter Note = 72) Listen to an example
  3. Twenty Studies for Bassoon Page 11: measure 1 to the first note of measure 21. (Quarter Note = 80) Listen to an example
  4. Example Solo: Concerto in Bb – Mozart - 3rd Movement  Beginning to measure 50

Saxophone

  1. Chromatic Scale – Low Bb to F3 using slurred sixteenth notes ascending and descending (Quarter note = 92) Listen to an example
  2. Selected Studies for Saxophone - Page 8 - Measures 1-21 (Eighth note = 92) Listen to an example
  3. Selected Studies for Saxophone - Page 9 - Measures 1-12 (Quarter note = 92) Listen to an example
  4. Example Alto Saxophone Solo: Concerto in Eb - Glazounov  - First Page

BRASS

Trumpet

  1. Chromatic Scale – Low G to High C (C3) using legato tongued eighth notes ascending and descending (Quarter note = 120) Listen to an example
  2. Selected Studies for Cornet or Trumpet – Page 8, measure 1-16 (with pickups) (Eighth Note = 95) Listen to an example
  3. Prelude et Ballade – Balay – Page 3 Top Five Lines (Quarter Note = 100) Listen to an example
  4. Example Solo – Concerto in Eb - Hummel – First Page

French Horn

  1. Chromatic Scale – Low C to High G (top of the staff) using legato tongued quarter notes ascending and descending (Quarter note = 132) Listen to an example
  2. Rubank Advanced Method for French Horn Vol. II - Page 52 Number 25 (Dotted-quarter note = 80) Listen to an example
  3. Rubank Advanced Method for French Horn Vol. II - Page 49 Number 17 (no D.C.) (Quarter Note = 88) Listen to an example
  4. Example Solo: Concerto No. 3- Mozart -  Rehearsal Letter A to Letter C

Trombone

  1. Chromatic Scale – Low F to High Bb using legato tongued quarter notes at Quarter Note = 132 Listen to an example
  2. Selected Studies for Trombone – Page 19 – Largo cantabile, measure 1 to 1st note of measure 14  (Dotted-quarter Note = 55) Listen to an example
  3. Bordner Book of Practical Studies #53 (Quarter Note = 100) Listen to an example
  4. Example Solo:  Concert Piece #5 – Blazhevich – Rehearsal Number 18 to the end

Euphonium (Bass Clef)

  1. Chromatic Scale – Low F to High Bb using legato tongued quarter notes at Quarter Note = 120 Listen to an example
  2. Selected Studies for Baritone – Page 2 – measure 1 to the first note of measure 16 (no repeat)  (Quarter Note = 72) Listen to an example
  3. Selected Studies for Baritone – Page 11- measures 1-16 (Quarter Note = 80) Listen to an example
  4. Example Solo: Suite for Baritone - Haddad – Movement I – From the beginning to seven measures after E

Euphonium (Treble Clef)

  1. Chromatic Scale – Low G to High C using legato tongued quarter notes at Quarter Note = 120
  2. Selected Studies for Baritone – Page 2 – measure 1 to the first notes of measure 16 (no repeat)  (Quarter Note = 72)
  3. Selected Studies for Baritone – Page 11, measures 1-16 (Quarter Note = 80)
  4. Example Solo: Suite for Baritone - Haddad – Movement I – From the beginning to seven measures after E

Tuba

  1. Chromatic Scale – Low F to High Bb (above the staff) using legato tongued quarter notes at Quarter Note = 108 Listen to an example
  2. Rubank Supplementary Studies Eb or BBb Bass, by R. M. Endresen, page 16, No. 30, measures 1-16. (Quarter Note = 80) Listen to an example
  3. Rubank Supplementary Studies Eb or BBb Bass, by R. M. Endresen, page 16, No. 29, complete. (Quarter Note = 92) Listen to an example
  4. Example Solo – Sea Dreams – Barbara York – Movement 3: Measures 1-46. Available from Cimarron Music

Percussion

  1. Snare Drum – Audition Etudes by Garwood Whaley – Page 8 Number 7 Listen to an example
  2. Timpani - Audition Etudes by Garwood Whaley – Page 13 Number 4 Listen to an example
  3. Keyboards - Audition Etudes by Garwood Whaley – Page 20 Number 4 Listen to an example
  4. Suggested Solo: (Choose 1 minute of a solo on your strongest percussion instrument)

For questions or more information, contact the band chairman: Casey Emerson



Jazz Band Audition Requirements

  1. Prepare the audition material listed here. The key is preparation. You may use a metronome to set tempo, but may not use it while playing. IF THERE IS AN INDICATED TEMPO, PLAY YOUR AUDITION AS CLOSE TO THE INDICATED METRONOME SPEEDS AS POSSIBLE. Points are deducted for going faster or slower than indicated.
  2. There is a $10.00 fee to audition. Pay this to your teacher. Each teacher will send in one check for all their students' auditions.
  3. Fill out the Student Audition Information Sheet and give it to your teacher.
  4. Record your auditions. Name and save the recordings to your hard drive. Each exercise must be recorded as a separate file.
  5. If you have any questions about the Jazz Band, contact: Michael Harrison
  6. All auditions must be completed and uploaded by October 4, 2019.

JAZZ BAND AUDITION MATERIALS

All examples are to be played alone (without accompaniment) except where indicated. For the rhythm tracks, use the link to play or download the track.

Alto Saxophone (Download)

  1. Swing Etude. Record at quarter note=150.
  2. Funk Etude. Record at quarter note=112.
  3. Chromatic Scale. Play a chromatic scale in 8th notes at quarter note=120 from Low Bb to your highest comfortable note and back down. Slur while ascending and legato tongue while descending.
  4. Improvised Solo. Improvise a solo twice through using the play-along track.

Tenor Saxophone (Download)

  1. Swing Etude. Record at quarter note=150.
  2. Funk Etude. Record at quarter note=112.
  3. Chromatic Scale. Play a chromatic scale in 8th notes at quarter note=120 from Low Bb to your highest comfortable note and back down. Slur while ascending and legato tongue while descending.
  4. Improvised Solo. Improvise a solo twice through using the play-along track.

Baritone Saxophone (Download)

  1. Swing Etude. Record at quarter note=150.
  2. Funk Etude. Record quarter note=112.
  3. Chromatic Scale. Play a chromatic scale in 8th notes at quarter note=120 from Low A to your highest comfortable note and back down. Slur while ascending and legato tongue while descending.
  4. Improvised Solo. Improvise a solo twice through using the play-along track.

Lead Trumpet (Download)

  1. Swing Etude. Record at quarter note=150.
  2. Funk Etude. Record at quarter note=112.
  3. Chromatic Scale. Play a chromatic scale in 8th notes at quarter note=120 from Low G to your highest comfortable note and back down. Slur while ascending and legato tongue while descending.
  4. Improvised Solo. Improvise a solo twice through using the play-along track.

Trumpet Section (Download)

  1. Swing Etude. Record at quarter note=150.
  2. Funk Etude. Record at quarter note=112.
  3. Chromatic Scale. Play a chromatic scale in 8th notes at quarter note=120 from Low G to your highest comfortable note and back down. Slur while ascending and legato tongue while descending.
  4. Improvised Solo. Improvise a solo twice through using the play-along track.

Lead Trombone (Download)

  1. Swing Etude. Record at quarter note=150.
  2. Funk Etude. Record at quarter note=112.
  3. Chromatic Scale. Play a chromatic scale in 8th notes at quarter note=120 from Low F to your highest comfortable note and back down. Slur while ascending and legato tongue while descending.
  4. Improvised Solo. Improvise a solo twice through using the play-along track.

Trombone Section (Download)

  1. Swing Etude. Record at quarter note=150.
  2. Funk Etude. Record at quarter note=112.
  3. Chromatic Scale. Play a chromatic scale in 8th notes at quarter note=120 from Low F to your highest comfortable note and back down. Slur while ascending and legato tongue while descending.
  4. Improvised Solo. Improvise a solo twice through using the play-along track.

Bass Trombone (Download)

  1. Swing Etude. Record at quarter note=150.
  2. Funk Etude. Record at quarter note=112.
  3. Chromatic Scale. Play a chromatic scale in 8th notes at quarter note=120 from Low F to your highest comfortable note and back down. Slur while ascending and legato tongue while descending.
  4. Improvised Solo. Improvise a solo twice through using the play-along track.

Piano (Download)

  1. Swing Etude. Record at quarter note=120.
  2. Bossa Nova Etude. Record at quarter note=110.
  3. Comping and Improvised Solo. Play four times through the following blues using the play-along track. Comp on the chord changes for the first two choruses and improvise a solo over the third and fourth chorus.

Guitar (Download)

  1. Swing Etude. Record at quarter note=150.
  2. Bossa Nova Etude. Record at quarter note=120.
  3. Comping and Improvised Solo. Play four times through the following blues using the play-along track. Comp on the chord changes for the first two choruses and improvise a solo over the third and fourth chorus.

Bass (Download)

  1. Swing Etude (On upright bass if you have one). Record at quarter note=150.
  2. Funk Etude (On bass guitar if you have one). Record at quarter note=92.
  3. Walking Bass and Improvised Solo. Play four times through the following blues using the play-along track. Walk a bass line on the chord changes for the first two choruses and improvise a solo over the third and fourth chorus.

Drum Set (Download)

  1. Swing Etude. Record at quarter note=150.
  2. Samba Etude. Record at half note=116.
  3. Swing Time. Play 16 measures of fast swing (quarter note=220), alternating four measure of time and four measures of soloing.
  4. Funk Time. Play 16 measure of funk/rock (quarter note=108), alternating four measure of time and four measures of soloing.

Application for Performing Groups

We are now accepting applications and recordings for performing groups at the 2020 IMEA All-State Inservice Conference. Selected groups will perform at numerous concert hours during the conference. We would like to see a balanced representation from all levels of Music Education in our State: Small, Medium and Large sized High School, Middle School, Elementary School, and University level performing ensembles.

The deadline for the Performing Groups Application is October 14, 2019. All materials should be submitted through the online application.

If you have questions or need more information, contact Wayne Millett, IMEA Past-President.


Performing Group Application


IMEA All-State Conductor Biographies

Jack Delaney, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas

Vern Sielert, University of Idaho, Lionel Hampton School of Music

Vern Sielert is Professor of Trumpet and Director of Jazz Studies at the University of Idaho. He also serves as the artistic advisor for the Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival. From 2001-2006 he was Director of Jazz Ensembles at the University of Washington, and he has also served on the faculties of Baylor University, Illinois State University and Millikin University. Sielert has also directed jazz ensembles at Normal Community West High School in Normal, Illinois. He holds BM degrees in jazz studies and music education, and a MM degree in jazz studies from the University of North Texas, and a DMA in trumpet performance from the University of Illinois.

Sielert has been a student of Jack Adams, Keith Johnson, Don Jacoby, Michael Ewald, and Ray Sasaki. He has performed with artists such as Natalie Cole, Rosemary Clooney, Freddie Hubbard, Ronnie Milsap, The O’Jays, Bobby Shew, Michael Feinstein, Gerald Wilson, Claudio Roditi and Dee Daniels and in such diverse settings as the Bob Curnow Big Band, the Illinois Symphony Orchestra, the Tacoma Symphony Orchestra, the Lionel Hampton Big Band, the Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra, Norwegian Cruise Lines, and Walt Disney World. Vern was also a member of the University of North Texas One O'Clock Lab Band, which has recorded several of his compositions and arrangements.

Vern maintains an active performing schedule with groups such as the Jim Knapp Orchestra, Emerald City Jazz Orchestra, Palouse Jazz Project, Idaho Brass Quintet, and the Bob Curnow Big Band. His first CD, From There To Here on Pony Boy records was released in 2007. He is a member of the collaborative group the Unhinged Sextet, whose second CD Don’t Blink was named one of the best jazz releases of 2017 by critic Mark Sullivan from the website All About Jazz. He can also be heard performing on recent recordings by Greg Yasinitsky’s YAZZ Band, the Jessie Smith Jazz Orchestra, Convergence, the Dan Gailey Jazz Orchestra, Matt Olson, the Bob Curnow Big Band, the Emerald City Jazz Orchestra, Sierra Music Publications and Phil Kelly’s Northwest Prevailing Winds.

His compositions and arrangements have been performed by prestigious ensembles including the Count Basie Orchestra, the U.S. Army Jazz Ambassadors and Otto Sauter’s trumpet ensemble, Ten of the Best. His works are regularly heard in high school and university jazz ensembles across the country and have been recorded by professional groups in the US, Canada and Japan.

Vern is also an active educator, clinician and adjudicator, and has worked at schools and jazz festivals throughout the US and Canada, and at conferences of the Idaho Music Educators, Washington Music Educators, MENC Northwest Division, WIBC, and the International Association for Jazz Education. He has directed all-state jazz bands in Montana, Alaska and New Mexico.

His jazz trumpet solo transcriptions have appeared regularly in the Journal of the International Trumpet Guild since 1998. He was host of the 2005 Carmine Caruso International Jazz Trumpet Solo Competition at the University of Washington, and was co-host of the 2017 Carmine Caruso Jazz Trumpet Solo Competition at the University of Idaho.

Matt Falker, MiraCosta, California

Kawai artist Matt Falker is a jazz and gospel pianist, vocalist, arranger and clinician. He distributes music through his own publishing company, Matfal Music, and many of Matt’s vocal arrangements are also published by Sound Music Publications and JW Pepper. He is the musical director and baritone singer for professional vocal ensemble ‘True North’, who has performed at many educational festivals, and featured sets at both the Jazz Education Network (JEN) Conference and the American Choral Directors Association (ACDA) Western Division Conference.

Matt Falker is on full-time faculty at MiraCosta College in Oceanside, CA, where he directs the Frequency vocal jazz program and teaches theory and piano classes. He also teaches private jazz voice at the Bob Cole Conservatory of Music at CSU Long Beach. His previous faculty positions include the University of Southern California and Cal State Northridge. He is the founder and director of the Oceanside Jazz Festival, a non- competitive vocal jazz and big band festival hosted at MiraCosta College. In 2015, Matt was also one of a select group of teachers chosen as a quarter- finalist for the GRAMMY’s Music Educator Award.

A native of northern Michigan, Matt received his undergraduate degree from Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo in jazz piano and his graduate degree from the University of Southern California in jazz voice. An active performer and clinician internationally, his recent appearances as a guest clinician or performer include festivals in Washington, Oklahoma, Illinois, Alberta, Manitoba, Alabama, and California, including prominent events such as the Reno Jazz Festival. He has also served as the guest conductor for All-State Vocal Jazz Ensembles for Washington, California, Colorado, and others. Matt is the vocal jazz instructor for the Monterey Jazz Festival Summer Camp, and he and Christine Guter co-host the Long Beach Vocal Jazz Academy each August.

True North’s most recent album ‘Voyage’ and Matt’s solo album ‘Playpen’ are available on CD Baby and iTunes. On his recent sabbatical, he arranged and scored a new musical based on the life of Nat ‘King’ Cole, which premiered at Morgan State University in Baltimore, Maryland. Matt also plays keyboards for the Los Angeles Chapter of the Gospel Music Workshop of America. More information about Matt and his music is available at matfalmusic.com. True North can be contacted at truenorthquartet.com.

Edie Copley, Northern Arizona University, Arizona

Richard Meyer, Pasadena Youth Symphony Orchestra, California

Dinah Lindberg Helgeson, Washington

Dinah Lindberg Helgeson recently retired from International School Bangkok, Thailand, after nine years as Head of Fine Arts and the High school Choir director.

Ms Helgeson attended college at Pacific Lutheran University and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Music Education. While at PLU, Dinah was member and soprano soloist with “The Choir of the West” under the direction of Dr. Maurice Skones.  Dinah pursued graduate studies at University of Southern California where she studied with Dr. Rod Eichenberger.

Ms Helgeson taught vocal music in the state of Washington and Montana and was a familiar vocal/choral clinician and guest conductor. Dinah isin demand as a guest conductor and choral clinician across the United States, Canada, and Southeast Asia. She has conducted numerous All-State Choir festivals throughout the United States. Dinah lives in Washington State.



Frequently asked questions about the In-Service Conference Registration

Q:   Can I register for the In-Service Conference online?
A:   Yes! Online Pre-Registration is done through the OpusEvents. Go to OpusEvents to register.

Q:   Can I pay my registration fee with a credit card?
A:   Credit cards will be accepted. (You may also send a school or personal check. Purchase orders will NOT be accepted!)

Q:   I don't teach high school and I don't have students in All-State. Can I come at a reduced fee?
A:   IMEA/NAfME represents all levels and all areas of music education; consequently, the full fee is expected of all active music educators, regardless of their area or level of instruction. The In-Service Conference and the Idaho High School All-State are two separate events that are held at the same time. The sessions and concert hours at the In-Service are designed to address every teaching level and area.

Q:   How do I join IMEA/NAfME?
A:   You can join NAfME/IMEA by accessing the national web site at: www.nafme.org. (High school instructors need to remember to keep their membership current in order for their students to be eligible for All-State and the State Solo Contest.)

Q:   What does my registration includ?
A:   All registrations (with the exception of the FREE retired category) include 1 banquet ticket and entrance to all clinics, concert hours, exhibits and both GALA Concerts. Extra banquet tickets and extra GALA Concert tickets are available on the registration form. A limited number of banquet tickets will be available on-site.

The fine print ...
  • IMEA will accept NAfME membership cards for Conference Registration that are current through February 3, 2018. Members without a current valid membership will be notified by email and must renew at the time they register at the In-Service Conference or prior to the Conference.
  • If a member claims to have paid NAfME, but has not yet received a valid membership card, it shall be the responsibility of the IMEA Secretary to immediately check with the NAfME director of membership and finance. If membership is verified by NAfME, admission will be assured; if membership is not verified, the member must make membership payment at the registration site and a stop-pay at NAfME will be issued.


All-State Group Information

Check this page often for new information and updates.



IMEA Idaho All-State Student Registration

Please read these instructions carefully and follow the checklist to ensure that your students are properly registered for All-State. Failure to do so can prevent your student’s participation in the All-State Groups.

  • A) Download the registration packet if you didn't receive one via email.
  • B) Distribute Registration Forms, Medical Forms, Student Contracts, and Parent Information Sheets to all students selected for the Honor Groups. Please print all forms on a single side, not double sided , and do NOT staple them together.  Please use black ink on all paperwork.  Make sure students use the same name on all forms.
  • C) Distribute the Chaperone Information Form to interested parents that you know would do a good job of chaperoning the honor groups. Do not give the form to every student, just to those whom you trust to do a great job. Couples are needed to accommodate housing numbers.
  • D) Collect all Registration forms, Medical Forms, and Student Contracts & fees from the students. Fees for 2019 are $155.00 per student.
  • E)Login to the All-State Registration page and register your students using the information from the Registration Form and Housing Worksheet. DO NOT mail these forms to IMEA!All-State Student Registration


  • F) Contact Ron Curtis and notify him of any students who won’t be attending so he can contact alternates in a timely mannerF).
  • G) Pay registration fees. After all students have been registered online, click the “Pay Registration Fees” button on the registration page. Select your school and then all of the students for whom you are paying the fees for. Print the Fee Statement Page. Both the director and the school principal must sign the Fee Statement. Students will not be registered until this form is signed. Have your SCHOOL ISSUE ONE CHECK made out to ALL-STATE/IMEA for the total of all fees due. NOTE: If you have more than one director at your school, have all the directors print their fee statements and then have one check issued for the total of all the fee statements. (include all band, orchestra, choir and jazz bnad/choir fees from each school in one check). Include the check with the Fee Statement
  • H) Copy all forms for your records. You will keep the original registration forms.
  • G) Send all Medical Forms, Students Contracts, Fee Statements and Housing Waiver Forms to: (do NOT staple together)

All-State/IMEA
c/o Karen Randolph
1412 Clearwater Way
Twin Falls, ID 83301

  • DO NOT SEND PERSONAL CHECKS!
  • DO NOT SEND A SCHOOL PURCHASE ORDER!  IMEA cannot bill.
  • DO NOT SEND A CHECK WITHOUT A FEE STATEMENT!
  • MAKE SURE THAT THE FEE STATEMENT IS SIGNED BY BOTH THE PRINCIPAL AND DIRECTOR.
  • MAKE SURE YOUR STUDENT FORMS ARE COMPLETE BEFORE MAILING!
  • NOTE THAT CHECKS NEED TO BE MADE OUT TO ALL-STATE/IMEA.
  • The POSTMARK DEADLINE for fees and forms is Friday, November 30, 2018. Any forms or fees postmarked after that date will be assessed a $25 per person late fee. If mailing forms and fees after that date, please include the late fee.
  • IMEA has purchased original copies of the music. Scanned pdf’s of band and orchestra music will be emailed to the directors around December 14th, after fees and forms have been received. Please watch for the email and make copies for the students to rehearse with. Originals will be given to the students when they check in on January 30th. Choir directors will be mailed original copies and that should begin arriving after December 14.
  • Plan to arrive at Maidson High School on Wednesday, January 30th between 4:00 and 6:30 pm for registration.

REFUND POLICY
Refunds of All-State Registration Fees will be paid on the following schedule if the student cannot be replaced:
During December, after registration fees have been paid, $155.00.
After January 1st, $90.00, only if a replacement can be found.
No refunds after January 30th.

 



All-State Housing Information

IMEA will no longer be providing housing for All-State groups, however, we have blocks of rooms reserved for schools to contact and claim.  Directors, once you know how many rooms you need, it will be your responsibility to reserve and pay for the rooms.  This also means that schools will be in charge of chaperoning their students after the night activities until the morning check-in at rehearsals.  Make sure to reserve a room for your director and/or chaperone as well.  If you have any questions, please contact Ron Curtis for more information. 

The following hotels have blocks of room held for All-State. When reserving rooms, please tell them you are with IMEA All State.  The rates are what Karen Randolph, IMEA Executive Director, was quoted and should be honored.  Clarify if you need two beds in each room unless otherwise listed. All hotels except for Motel 6 have breakfast included.  These rooms are only held until December 31 so make your reservation ASAP.

 
Marriott Springhill Suites
1177 S Yellowstone Hwy
Rexburg, ID 83440
208-356-3003
$99 per night before taxes

Quality Inn
885 W Main St
Rexburg, ID 83440
208-359-1311
$89 for double before tax
$99 for double suite before tax

AmericInn
1098 Golden Beauty Dr
Rexburg, ID 83440
208-356-5333
$79.95 per night before tax

Super 8
215 W Main St
Rexburg, ID 83440
208-356-8888
$60 per night before tax

Motel 6
1360 S 12th W
Rexburg, ID 83440
208-932-7201
$63.99 per night before tax
(no breakfast)


 

For your convenience we have posted here a list of schools and directors with the total number of male and female students that have been selected to be in the All-State groups. If you wish to combine with another school to more efficiently fill your rooms, you can contact the director directly by clicking on their name. This will access their email address.

School - Director
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     Male:      Female:
School - Director


IMEA Idaho All-State Groups

Flute
Oboe
Clarinet
Bass Clarinet
Contra Bass Clarinet
Bassoon
Alto Saxophone
Tenor Saxophone
Baritone Saxophone
Trumpet
French Horn
Trombone
Euphonium
Tuba
Double Bass
Percussion
Soprano
Alto
Tenor
Bass
Rhythm Section
Piano
Guitar
Bass
Drums
Soprano I
Soprano II
Alto I
Alto II
Tenor I
Tenor II
Baritone
Bass

Double Bass players, also check the Concert Band page.

Flute
Oboe
Clarinet
Bassoon
Trumpet
French Horn
Trombone
Tuba
Percussion
Violin I
Violin II
Viola
Cello
Double Bass
Harp
Soprano I
Soprano II
Alto I
Alto II


IMEA In-Service Conference Registration Information

Registration Instructions

The Pre-Registration for the 2019 36th In-Service Conference must be completed or post-marked by January 14, 2019.

GENERAL DIRECTIONS:

  • On-Line Pre-Registration is available again this year. Online registration will close on January 14th at 11:59 pm.
  • We strongly encourage everyone to Pre-Register for the conference at a substantial savings! Retired members have complimentary registration but still need to pre-register to get guaranteed tickets to the banquet and the concerts.
  • If you need to renew your NAfME membership, you must do that first at www.NAfME.org before registering for the conference. If you have difficulties connecting your NAfME membership to the registration form, contact the webmaster.
  • Included with your Conference Registration will be tickets for the Banquet held Friday evening, all three GALA Concerts on Friday & Saturday, and all conference sessions and concert hours.
  • Additional tickets for the banquet and GALA Concerts are available to purchase with your Pre-Registration. (A limited number of banquet tickets will be available on-site, so please plan ahead.)
  • Refund requests (minus a 25% processing fee) must be received by January 14th. No refunds after that date.
  • If you want to make changes after submitting your registration, please email Karen.
First Year Teachers/NAfME Members, contact Karen Randolph for your FREE Conference Registration!  This is for teachers that are - A) First Year Teachers AND B) First Year Full Members of NAfME. Teachers who have previously taught in other states are not eligible nor are teachers that have previously been full members of NAfME and any of it’s state affiliates. First year Collegiate Members should use the Collegiate form.

Online Registration Instructions

Online registration is being handled by OpusEvents. To register, do the following:

  1. Click on this link to go to the Registration Site: OpusEvents.
  2. If you have not previously registered at OpusEvents, click on the Register link to creat and account.
  3. When it asks if you would like to connect your NAfME membership, select, "Yes". Input your required NAfME information.
  4. If you have previously registered at OpusEvents, you may need to update you membership link on your User Profile.
  5. From the Home page, choose, 2019 Idaho MEA In-service Conference and then choose the appropriate registration.
  6. Fill out the form with the needed information and select your type of payment.
  7. If you choose to pay by check, choose that option, complete your registration, then print a copy of your registration and mail it with your check to the address on the form.

Register for the Conference



IMEA In-Service Conference Parking
at The University of Idaho

Parking Instructions

  • During the daytime of the conference, designated parking for conference participants will be Lots #34 & #57, by the Kibbie Dome.
  • Bus parking will be lot #110.
  • The Vandal Trolley will run at the following times with drop-off points at the various venues (see the map):
    • Thursday, 7:15-9:15 AM and 3:30-5:30 PM
    • Friday, 7:30-9:30 AM and 4:00-6:00 PM.
  • After 5pm on those days and all day Saturday, parking is allowed in all regular spaces in all Gold, Red, and Blue parking lots.
  • If individual visitors wish to purchase a visitor permit for extra daytime access they can do so at the Parking Office located in the ITC building at 1006 Railroad Street or purchase/print online permits from the website: http://www.uidaho.edu/infrastructure/parking/visitor-parking .

Download the Parking Map


IMEA Inservice Conference
Session Handouts and Presentations

Wednesday, January 31st

John Crever
  7:00 PM - Songs the Dance and Dances that Sing

Thursday, February 1st

Camille Blackburn
  9:00 AM - Opening Session - Here We Have Idaho
John Crever
  11:00 AM - Growing Tuneful Beautiful Artful Children the Feierabend Way
John Jacobson
  11:00 AM - Music Rocks!
Music Studio Flyer
Zach Buie
  1:00 PM - Beginning Trumpet Solutions
Cindy Hayes
 

1:00 PM - Kodaly for 2nd and 3rd Grade
Handout #2

Jim Phillips
  2:30 PM - Ask for the Moon PowerPoint

Friday

John Crever
  8:00 AM - Bringing Life Long Music Literacy @15 min per Lesson
Compose a Melody
Will Fairbanks
  8:00 AM - Creating Great Student Leaders
Northwest Wind Quintet
  8:00 AM - Teaching Ensemble Skills through Chamber Music
Matthew McDaniel
  11:00 AM - Giving You Small-School Choir Wings
PowerPoint Presentation
The Star Spangled Banner
Tracy Martin
  11:00 AM - Rockin' Out in Guitar Class with TABS and Lead Sheets
Will Fairbanks
  11:00 AM - Pyware Workshop
Darla Meek
  1:00 PM - Using Children's Literature to Teach Melodic Literacy
Will Fairbanks
  2:30 PM - Making the Most of a Small Marching Band

Saturday

Dr. Marianne Saunders
 

8:00 AM - Vocal Jazz 101 - How to Add Jazz to Your Choral Program
PowerPoint Presentation

Leonard Garrison & Javier Rodriguez
 

8:00 AM - Teaching Students How to Practice
PowerPoint Presentation

 


All-State/Inservice Conference
Hotels

January 30-February 2, 2019
Rexburg, Idaho

The following hotels have blocks of room held for the Conference and All-State. When reserving rooms, please tell them you are with IMEA All State.  The rates are what Karen Randolph, IMEA Executive Director, was quoted and should be honored.  Clarify if you need two beds in each room unless otherwise listed. All hotels except for Motel 6 have breakfast included.  These rooms are only held until December 31 so make your reservation ASAP.

Hampton Inn & Suites: Conference Headquarters

        1195 S Yellowstone Hwy
Rexburg, ID  83440
(208) 497-0424
    • $99 per night before tax


Marriott Springhill Suites

        1177 S Yellowstone Hwy
Rexburg, ID 83440
(208) 356-3003
    • $99 per night before taxes


Quality Inn

        885 W Main St
Rexburg, ID 83440
(208) 359-1311
    • $89 for double before tax
    • $99 for double suite before tax


AmericInn

        1098 Golden Beauty Dr
Rexburg, ID 83440
(208) 356-5333
    • $79.95 per night before tax


Super 8

        215 W Main St
Rexburg, ID 83440
(208) 356-8888
    • $60 per night before tax


Motel 6

        1360 S 12th W
Rexburg, ID 83440
(208) 932-7201
    • 1 adult…$63.99 + tax
    • 2 adults…$69.99 + tax
    • 3 adults…$72.99 + tax
    • 4 adults…$75.99 + tax
    • Kids 17 and under stay free
    • No free breakfast


Exhibits and Advertising

Idaho Music Educators Association
Annual In-service Conference
February 1-3, 2018 — University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho

Here are links to download information for Exhibitors and to advertise in the official Conference Binder.


For information about the Program Binder Ads, contact Ted Hadley.

For information about Conference Exhibits, contact Joel Sandford.