Friday, October 28, 2016
Do you know of an aspiring high school student who is considering music as a major in college?
Encourage your high school students to register for the Aspiring Music Majors Program that will be held at the Wisconsin State Music Conference on Friday, October 30. This special one-day program will introduce high school juniors and seniors to the world of music at the post-secondary level. Students will have the opportunity to visit music representatives from Wisconsin’s universities and colleges, take in conference workshops, performances and exhibits, and get advice from current music majors.
Purpose/Goal of Aspiring Music Major Program:
a. Provide juniors and seniors who have an interest in pursuing music as a college music major with the opportunity to participate in the state’s largest music conference.
b. Workshops led by some of our state and national leaders and speakers.
c. Visit with music representatives from Wisconsin’s universities and colleges.
d. Visit the exhibits where you will see the latest in instruments, music and technology.
Online registration thru Tuesday, October 18: $13/student – Available in Fall 2016
On-site registration: $20/student
Attendance (valued at $65) is sponsored in part by White House of Music. Parents may accompany if they wish; no additional charge.
8:00 am Check-in/On-site Registration Grand Terrace, Monona Terrace
8:30 am Welcome and Orientation
9:15 – 4:00 pm Sessions
WSMA State Honors Jazz Ensemble Concert
Performing Group Concerts
Visit the Exhibits
*Lunch is on your own. Please see the dining guide for dining suggestions.