CSMTA Form #8: PPMTA
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CSMTA LOCAL ASSOCIATION END OF YEAR REPORT Form # 8
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YOU MUST BE ONLINE TO COMPLETE THIS FORM. RESPONSES WILL BE SAVED AUTOMATICALLY
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Each Local Association President is required to complete an annual report. The information provided will be
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used to determine the annual CSMTA Local Association of the Year Award, which will be presented a the
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Local Association Luncheon during the CSMTA Conference. The association chosen as CSMTA Local
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Association of the Year will be eligible to submit an application to MTNA for the National Association of the
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Year, which offers a cash award.
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Please complete your association report on or before May 1
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Gabrielle Dugan CSMTA VP Local Associations
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Local Association Name:PPMTANumber of Members:73Number of Certified members:22
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Person completing this form:Susan Marten, PresidentE-Mail:skmarten@hotmail.com
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The following topics are listed as suggested topics. They may not all apply to your group.
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I. HIGHLIGHTS OF LOCAL ASSOCIATION ACTIVITIES:
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A. STUDENT ACTIVITIES:
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1. Performances (List festivals, brief description, # of students participating, # of teacher participating.)
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DateEvent Name# of Teachers#Students
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A11/12/2016The Dance Festival is a non-competitive event for students at all levels. Students perform one song/piece in a recital setting for adjudicators and will receive an evaluation and an award for each discipline entered. This festival is open to piano, voice, instruments and ensembles. 19131
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B3/4/2017Non-Competitive Sonatina Festival - Students perform one memorized movement of ANY Sonatina or sonata. Edited or simplified music may be used at the teacher’s discretion. Original, unpublished music is not accepted at this festival. Students may perform one movement of a Sonatina or Sonata as a piano solo, a 4-hand duet, or as instrumental performance with piano accompaniment. Voice students will perform one memorized piece from a particular historical era: Baroque, Classic, Romantic, Impressionistic, and Contemporary. Instrumentalists: (strings, brass and woodwinds) Instrumentalists are to choose sonatinas/sonatas for the specific instrument. Students will receive a written evaluation and a ribbon. 1654
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C03/04/2017-03/05/2017Competitive Sonatina Festival - The purpose of the Competitive Sonatina Festival is to encourage the performance of sonatinas and sonatas, to foster the understanding of the sonata form in music, and to give performance experience. Vocal students may choose contrasting repertoire from different historical eras. Instrumentalists are to choose sonatinas/sonatas for their specific instrument. Student Ensembles may consist of two or more student performers in any combination of disciplines such as piano or voice duets/trios/quartets, keyboard ensembles, and instrumentalists.18114
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2. Scholarships - no scholarships this year. We are re-evaluating our program and hope to begin again in 2017-2018.
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Type# of RecipientsExplanation
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3. Workshops
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DateWorkshop Type# of Teachers# of Students
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4. Outreach
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DateType of Event# of Teachers# of Students
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5. Performances at Coffeehouses or Senior Centers?
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DateType of Event# of Teachers# of Students
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B. TEACHER GROWTH ACTIVITIES
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1. Workshops/monthly meeting programs (Please List Monthly Programs)
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DatesType of EventTitle of Program
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A9/13/2016Monthly Program/MeetingSeptember Brunch: Welcome Back!
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B10/11/2016Monthly Program/MeetingDr. Zahari Metchkov - "The Clavichord, the Forgotten Ancestor of the Piano"
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10/25/2016PPMTA Book Club Meeting"The Great Pianists"
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C11/8/2016Monthly Program/MeetingCurtis Smith, MA - "Modern Piano Music for Students"
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D12/13/2016Monthly Program/MeetingDecember Brunch: Fellowship, Member Performances
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E1/10/2017Monthly Program/MeetingMargaret Pressley - "A Violin Teacher Speaks About the Three Basic Learning Processes and the Difference Between Practicing Smart Not Hard"
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1/24/2017PPMTA Book Club Meeting"Clara Schumann"
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F2/14/2017Monthly Program/MeetingPaul Stephens - "Discovered Gems . . . My Favorite Teaching Literature"
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G3/14/2017Monthly Program/MeetingSpring Town Hall Meeting: Future Festivals, Scholarships, Plans for the Future
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H4/11/2017Monthly Program/MeetingDr. Andrew Cooperstock - "Expressivity in Piano Playing"
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I5/9/2017Monthly Program/MeetingMay Brunch: Fellowship, Member Performances
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2. Special Services to/for Teachers
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Do you have teacher grants available? Not at this time.
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3. TechnologyDo you encourage your teachers to work with technology?
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Absolutely, all forms for our festivals are on the PPMTA web site and all entries must be filled out and sent online. When this task is beyond a teachers' ability, the chair of that festival is available to walk them through the process. In addition, technological help is available to festival chairs if they feel uncomfortable in this area. In addition, we have a resources page on our website that lists internet sites and apps to aid and support teachers and students in their musical study.
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4. Professional reading Education program (PREP) Group:
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Does your local association have a PREP study group? If yes, what is the format?
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Yes, we managed two book club meetings this year. The third had to be cancelled. Teachers (those who had read the book and those who didn't!) met to discuss and share insights.
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5. Teacher Awards (do you have awards for your own members Or have you selected a CSMTA Teacher of the Year?) Not this year.
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C. COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT (activities with other groups; music advocacy, etc.)
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1. Music Advocacy (anything your group does to raise awareness of music programs)
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Pikes Peak Community College, Colorado College: We promote and have members who participate in their school year and summer music festivals. In addition, we have community events continuously listed on our website.
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2. Community Service (food drives, students perform at mall, meetings open to public)
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Donations to local music organizations Etc. This may be the same as some of your answers above.
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