The Celebration of Young Musicians is designed to give 4th, 5th, and 6th grade students a memorable musical experience and to provide teachers with an opportunity to observe, share, and learn.
Each festival features a guest clinician/director and two outstanding music teachers from the area. The culminating event at each site will be a concert led by the guest clinician. There is no limit to the number of CYM festivals that can be held throughout the state!
NEW Discover Music! Festival for Elementary Students
*Teachers who send in the teacher registration form with 10 students or more by February 5th can bring one student FREE for each nine students paid!*
Do you want new opportunities for your students but can’t fit outside rehearsal time in your schedule? Announcing Discover Music! This is a Saturday filled with new musical experiences for you and your students. Explore rock music through instruments, dance and history- and share what you’ve learned through an informative performance at the end of the day. The date is February 27 - this experience is limited to 75 students, so register soon!Festival Sites for Spring 2016
WE ARE CURRENTLY SEEKING HOSTS FOR SPRING 2016!
2016 Celebration of Young Musicians Festival Music Selections!
Hosts and clinicians will choose music including at least four of the works listed. The festival music selections will in stock at J.W. Pepper.
Intent to Participate
Please contact the host of the festival of your choice with your intent to participate as soon as possible. The host will provide you with a list of the music that has been selected for that site. (The list does not apply to Discover Music! on February 27).
Registration forms are due at least four weeks prior to the festival date. The registration forms will be available on this site by the beginning of October.
If you have questions about a festival, contact the festival host/coordinator (above) or the MMEA office.
If you would like to host a festival this year or in the future, contact Jaime Verkuilen, MMEA Elementary Chair.