2022 KMTA Conference Announcement
The 2022 Conference will be held at Campbellsville University on October 14-15.
Early registration is $65 until September 25!
The 2022 KMTA conference is almost here! This year we will celebrate our 70th annual KMTA conference at Campbellsville University on Friday and Saturday, October 14-15, 2022.
Our conference will feature tenor Daniel Weeks and pianist Donna Loewy as our conference artists and clinicians. Mr. Weeks and Ms. Loewy will perform a concert on Friday evening AND conduct a collaborative master class for both singers and pianists on Saturday. We also have a wonderful line-up of presentations scheduled over the weekend.
Collegiate members are encouraged to attend free of charge! Opportunities for our collegiate members include lightning round sessions on Friday, and a complimentary luncheon for collegiate members/faculty advisors on Saturday. Questions about collegiate activities can be directed to Dr. Richard Van Dyke (email@example.com). He is still looking for a few individuals to take part in the lightning round sessions.
We also are excited for this year’s composers concert, which will feature an original work for cello and piano by our 2022 commissioned composer Larry Barnes, along with other original works by Kentucky composers.
Register today! Registration is $65 until September 25, 2022. Registrations received after 9/25/22 are $75.
Letter from Conference Coordinator
We hope that you have already saved the date for the annual KMTA conference this October 14-15, 2022 at Campbellsville University in Campbellsville, KY. This is a special year as KMTA celebrates our 70th annual conference.
The organization is excited to welcome tenor Daniel Weeks and pianist Donna Loewy as our conference artists and clinicians. In addition to a Friday evening concert, Mr. Weeks and Ms. Loewy will hold a masterclass for singers and pianists on Saturday morning.
The conference will feature some exciting sessions, and we will welcome back the state Honors Recital event as part of the conference weekend on Saturday, October 15.
The conference will close with our traditional Composer’s Concert featuring a work for cello and piano by commissioned composer Larry Barnes, and other works from Kentucky composers.
Conference registration will be up soon. Please see the information below regarding the conference schedule and conference hotels.
We look forward to seeing you this October!