TI:ME is pleased to announce the 2023-2024 Music Technology Composition Festival. The festival is open to music students of all ages. Prizes will be awarded for the top entries in the categories by age group with one grand prize to be awarded to the overall best entry. Prizes will include gift cards to Sweetwater Music. There is no entry fee. Deadline: January 15, 2024. Late submission will not be accepted Contest Details The contest is open to students in grades PK-12, and to those in college. Submissions will be judged by category, by
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We speak technology in the music classroom better than anyone
For over a quarter of a century, we’ve helped tens of thousands of music educators modernize the way they teach, producing the finest professional development sessions in partnership with your state’s music education association technology chair committee.
The NAMM Foundation and TI:ME are pleased to announce a competitive program to select a group of undergraduate and graduate music education majors for the 13th Annual TI:ME Music Technology Leadership Academy (MTLA). Since the inception of the MTLA program in 2012 over 200 music education students have participated as interns in the Academy. The interns selected will participate in the the Music Technology Leadership Academy to be held in association with the TI:ME (www.ti-me.org) and Texas Music Educators Association conference in San Antonio, Texas, Wednesday through Saturday, February 7-10, 2024.
Thank you SO MUCH to everyone who bought a TI:ME – Technology in Music Education raffle ticket for the Gibson Trini Lopez. You all really stepped up, and we so appreciate it! Your support raised $3270 for our charity, and paid for us to send three of our best presenters to Wisconsin Music Educators Association – WMEA last week to help train teachers there on integrating tech into their music classrooms. And thank you Gibson and Dendy Jarrett for the generous donations. We have more guitars to raffle, and even
Each Year We Produce an Average of Over
Hours of Professional Development Sessions for Music Educators Integrating Technology, and we do it at the largest and the smallest state MEA shows, as a service, covering only expenses, or sharing revenues on pre-conference day events.
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Each year, our 501c3 nonprofit produces over 6000 total individual hours of professional development sessions and we do it at the largest and the smallest state MEA shows, as a service, covering only expenses, or sharing revenues on pre-conference day events. When we help your MEA produce technology training sessions, our trusted 25-year-old brand attracts the brightest music educators and leading music industry manufacturers to submit session proposals.
A TI:ME event means your MEA’s attendees get the best music education technology professional development. Your members know us, and we know what they want to learn.