Thursday, January 16, 2014

2014 OKMEA All-State Orchestra: Hyatt, Marriot, and Fairfield At TULSA

 

2014 OMEA All-State Orchestra


Chair for the 2014 OMEA All-State Orchestra is Annie Duggan (Directory)


DOWNLOAD AUDITION INFORMATION FOR 2014 ALL-STATE ORCHESTRA (CLICK)

THIS INFORMATION IS ALSO IN THE SPRING ON-LINE ISSUE OF OKLAHOMA MUSIC

OMEA All-State STRING ENTRY
 636 Bacone St
Muskogee, Ok 74403
 
 
Special Concert: Friday, January 17, Tulsa Cox Center, 7:45pm-9:45pm
 
All State Honor Orchestra: January 18, 2:30pm, Tulsa (Taolsa) 
 
OMEA Hall of Fame
This award gives recognition to a member or past member for exceptional service to OMEA and demonstration of excellence in the teaching of music. Nominees may be living or deceased, active or retired.
  1. Must have completed twenty-five (25) years of active service (a minimum of 15 years in Oklahoma) as a music teacher and/or music administrator.
  2. Must have made a significant contribution to music education in Oklahoma.
  3. Must have been a member of OMEA/NAfME for a minimum of 15 years.
  4. Must have served OMEA in a significant region or state capacity.
  5. Must have demonstrated excellence in the teaching of music.

OMEA Exemplary Teacher
This award gives recognition to a member that has demonstrated excellence in the teaching of music. Nominees may be active or retired.
  1. Must have a minimum of fifteen (15) years of active service (a minimum of 10 years must have been in Oklahoma, as a music teacher) in the field of music. The additional five (5) years may have been in a music administration position, such as a music coordinator or supervisor. The current teaching year may be counted in the totals above.
  2. Must have been a member of OMEA/NAfME for a minimum of 10 years. Current membership is a positive support for the award.
  3. Must have demonstrated excellence in the teaching of music, as evidenced by competition, awards, and peer or administrator statements.
  4. Must have demonstrated personal and academic growth as a music educator.


OMEA Young Music Educator
This award is to recognize music teachers who have demonstrated outstanding music education early in their career.
  1. Must have completed no more than 5 years teaching experience at the time of nomination.
  2. Must be a current member of OMEA.
  3. Must have demonstrated excellence in the teaching of music, as evidenced by competition, awards, and peer or administrator statements.
  4. Must have demonstrated personal and academic growth as a music educator.

OMEA Administrator of the Year
This award gives recognition to school administrators in the State of Oklahoma who show exceptional support for their school’s music program. This award provides our organization the opportunity to honor those who have supported music as an important part of the total curriculum, and have given administrative support to music teachers and directors. Nominees may be active or retired. They may be in any level of administration, such as superintendent, principal, department head, coordinator, supervisor, etc.  The music teacher submitting this application must have worked with the nominee for a period of at least four school terms, and must be a current member of OMEA.
  1. This administrator demonstrates support of music as an important part of the total curriculum.
  2. This administrator attends public performances of school ensembles.
  3. This administrator supports the school or district music faculty.

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