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Music Artistry Program

Historically held in March, the Washington State Music Teachers Association Music Artistry Program is a self-supporting annual event developed for students to encourage interest in music and to maintain standards of fine musicianship.  Students perform two pieces individually with the Visiting Artist and receive valuable feedback.

Open to students studying piano, strings, and voice.

Event Details | Piano

Event Dates | March 15-16, 2025

Registration Deadline | TBD

Location | Portland Piano Company

Register students and pay registration fees online through WSMTA.  Teachers must have a valid and current login through WSMTA.  For registration questions, contact the WSMTA Help Desk.

Concert Hall

Event Details | Strings

Event Dates | March 14-15, 2025

Registration Deadline | TBD

Location | Beacock Music

Register students and pay registration fees online through WSMTA.  Teachers must have a valid and current login through WSMTA.  For registration questions, contact the WSMTA Help Desk.

In the theatre

Event Details | Voice

Event Dates | February 21-22, 2025

Registration Deadline | TBD

Location | Portland Piano Company

Register students and pay registration fees online through WSMTA.  Teachers must have a valid and current login through WSMTA.  For registration questions, contact the WSMTA Help Desk.

More information here.

Opera Singer with Eyes Closed

Honors Competition

Event Dates | March 22, 2025, 3pm

Registration Deadline | March 7, 2025

Location | Portland Piano Company

Registration Fee | $23 (repertoire limit 5 min)

Visiting Artists | TBD

The Honors Competition is available for students performing two pieces from memory in the Music Artistry Program.  Winners and 1st Place Alternates will represent Clark County and perform at the WSMTA State Conference in June.

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Cinda Redman, NCTM

Meet the Visiting Artists

Our Visiting Artists are highly trained, vetted, and passionate about community music education.  They love what they do and do what they love!

Festival Chairs

Have questions about the Music Artistry Program?  They have answers!

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