Fine Arts Academy: Integrated Fine Arts Learning in a Blended Program

Join Jenn and Jamie who will answer your questions about blended learning between music educators and general classroom teachers. Hear about their program the FAe- Fine Arts eCademy, a K-8 blended learning fine arts program where students learn through the arts at school and through a personalized learning program at home. This town hall session […]


Kodály Australia Virtual Summit

Join fellow educators throughout the world for a day of inspiring online presentations, practical workshops and engaging discussions led by internationally renowned leaders. To Sustain the Vision until we can physically meet again in 2022, we have put together a program which includes Keynote Presentations from Dr Árpád Tóth, Dr Anita Collins and Dr László Norbert Nemes along […]

ANZARME (Australian & New Zealand Association for Research In Music Education)

As you are aware, COVID-19 has had a dramatic impact and forced the cancellation of many face to face events. The ANZARME committee held off making a final decision on the viability of our 2020 Gold Coast Conference as long as possible, and concluded that it is just not possible to proceed at this time. […]

Free music therapy webinar: Evaluating how a music therapy service is valued by its community

In 2019 the Raukatauri Music Therapy Trust was awarded a grant by the NZ Lottery Grants Board to commission an independent evaluation of its services. The evaluation was designed to identify the values and impacts that RMTT services have for its clients, families and outreach partner organisations, and the factors that support and challenge participation in […]


World Singing Day

Greetings from Scott Johnson, Boulder, Colorado in the US I wanted to invite your MENZA members to join thousands around the world in singing on World Singing Day (Oct. 17). This annual event that takes place around the world on the third Saturday in October is for everyone — singers and “non-singers” alike — to […]

Free Music Therapy Webinar: Musicking and Cultural Identity

Keeping Community in Mind: Musicking and Cultural Identity Have you ever seen a pipa or heard pipa music? The pipa is a four-stringed pear-shaped lute, one of the oldest Chinese musical instruments with over 2000 years of history. Cici will share some of her pipa music and reflect on the relationship between music, culture, identity […]


AMIS Music Educators’ Online Summit

AMIS is pleased to present an online event to support global music educators who are facing an uncertain return to teaching in the autumn of 2020.  The Online Summit will be offered in two components: ASYNCHRONOUS PROGRAM A library of 80 asynchronous, pre-recorded workshops created by music educators and guest presenters from all over the world.  […]

£99 – £149

DAYTiME 2020 Sydney

Ryde Eastwood Leagues Club 117 Ryedale Road, Sydney, New South Wales

Presented by Music EDnet, DAYTiME is an annual one-day professional development conference focusing on the effective integration of technology in music education. It offers a unique opportunity to hear from some of the most knowledgeable and experienced exponents of the use of technology in music education, as well as some time to network with your […]

Uploaded Songwriting Competition (entries due 11 Nov 2020)

Uploaded is a songwriting competition hosted by Andrson—a sound-driven A&R platform that helps you deliver your music to key music executives.  And now, Andrson users worldwide can submit original songs to compete for prizes. And to launch Uploaded, we're partnering with children’s charity, Make-A-Wish Ireland. Twenty percent of sponsorships and all donations from the competition will be […]

Online Kodály Summer School Music Program

PLEASE NOTE THAT REGISTRATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED. Earlier this year, we announced that the Summer School Music Program would be going ahead in January 2021 and we have remained optimistic that we would be able to come together for our yearly gathering of learning, music making and networking. However, the course of the pandemic is […]

Free – Music Tech Lessons for Chromebooks, BYOD and Mixed Devices – 60 mins

Free webinar - Music Tech Lessons for Chromebooks, BYOD and Mixed Devices - 60 mins (Midnight Music) FREE ONLINE TRAINING // ​​​​​​PD CERTIFICATE OF ATTENDANCE PROVIDED Hosted by KATIE WARDROBE (MIDNIGHT MUSIC) Session options: Friday Jan 15 11:30am Friday Jan 15 2pm Sat Jan 16 6am The session contains: Ideas for music tech lessons that […]

Online course: Video Creation for Music Teachers

Learn how to create effective tutorials, play-alongs, end-of-year showcases and virtual ensemble videos (using free software) with Katie Wardrobe from Midnight Music. See for details. About this course Learn at your chosen pace The 5 course modules will be released once per week starting mid-Jan 2021.  Work alongside other course members as each module […]


“Believe in Music” free online NAMM event

Believe in Music online event starts on 19 January (NZ time). It has a stream for music education. Free but you must register. Its organised by NAMM (the musical instrument association) and replaces the irreplaceable NAMM Show .. the enormous international musical instrument trade show. The upside being that the live music and music education […]


Lucinda Geoghegan Session – March 22nd 2021 – Too Much Too Soon! $15.00 Early Years- Too much too soon! Join Lucinda Geoghegan as she presents on the importance of immersing children in play-based experiences as a precursor to formal music learning!   This session will focus on the importance of experiential learning in early years […]