MAMTG 2015 Festival

 2015 MAMTG Awards Concert

 

 

Below are all the competition categories and the necessary documents for each:

 General Information
General Rules
Hotel Information
Ad Form
MAMTG Letter
Member Application
Mission Statement
Festival Flyer
Awards Concert Flyer
Complete .Zip File

 Piano - Keyboard
Classical Standard List
Pop-Rag-Jazz-Duet Standard List
Piano - Keyboard Rules
Piano Application
Keyboard Application
Special Piano Application
Piano Virtuoso Flyer
Piano Entertainment Flyer
Complete .Zip File

 Voice
Voice Rules
Voice Application
Special Voice Application
Mid-Atlantic Idol Flyer
Musical Theatre Flyer
Talent Showcase Flyer
Virtuoso Classical Voice Flyer
Complete .Zip File
 Violin - Viola - Cello
Strings Rules
Strings Standard List
Strings Application
Strings Flyer
Complete .Zip File
 Woodwinds - Brass
Winds Rules
Winds Application
Winds Flyer
Complete .Zip File
 Guitar
Guitar Rules
Guitar Standard List
Guitar Application
Guitar Flyer
Complete .Zip File
 Accordion
Accordion Rules
Accordion Application
Accordion Ensemble Application
Accordion Virtuoso Flyer
Complete .Zip File
 Percussion
Percussion Rules
Percussion Application
Percussion Flyer
Complete .Zip File
 Battle of the Bands
Battle of the Bands Rules
Battle of the Bands Application
Battle of the Bands Flyer
Complete .Zip File

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MAMTG Mission

The Mid Atlantic Music Teachers Guild (MAMTG) was founded by a group of professional music educators from the Tri-State area to establish and maintain high professional teaching and ethical standards, exchange music-related ideas, information and fellowship among colleagues, promote music education in our area, and to provide a platform for area music students to display their talents in a competitive environment. The Guild has been recognized as a viable musical organization throughout the entire Mid-Atlantic and New England States.

Code of Ethics

Teachers shall always maintain a professional attitude and working relationship with other members of the organization.

Teachers shall respect the reputation of colleagues and shall refrain from making false or malicious statements about other members.

Teachers shall respect the integrity of other members, and shall not actively recruit students from another studio.