Celebrating 80 Years of Music Education in Nebraska
Our mission: To foster life-long learning and active music-making by all Nebraskans!
The Nebraska Music Educators Association (NMEA) is a non-profit organization of music educators founded in 1937. To achieve the goals of our mission, we provide continuing education opportunities, recognition, scholarships and advocacy to our educators. For their students, we offer education, auditions, competitions and performance opportunities. All members and member students are eligible to attend the annual All-State Conference and Clinic held in November each year.
The Benefits of Membership
In addition to the opportunity to participate in the annual All-State Conference and Clinic, your NMEA membership allows you to connect and network with other music educators across the state. The NMEA leadership and staff work hard to advocate for music education and bring you important information concerning the music education profession.
Call for Performing Ensembles!
In collaboration with "Celebrating Nebraska Statehood" for Nebraska's 150th Anniversary, NMEA will be providing performing ensembles on Wednesday, March 1, 2017 at the State Capitol.
All current NMEA members are eligible to submit applications for the performances. These performances are in addition to the Capitol Concerts that same week. If you performed in the 2015 or 2016 "Music in the Capitol" series, you MAY apply for this special Statehood event. Please review the Performance Summary and Criteria before applying.
Call for Proposals for 2017 Conference is OPEN!
Check out Nebraska Statehood Day performing opportunities!
Contact us at (402) 937-3359 if you have membership or website questions. We're here to help!
Access the Lynn Tuttle advocacy/ESSA webinar HERE!
New ESSA Information added on the NMEA Advocacy Page