Meetings 2022-2023 and programs are currently held both in person at various locations and online via ZOOM.October 3 November 7 “DMTA was honored on November 7, 2022 to have Dr. Elena Dorozhkina present a wonderful program titled:”” Well-known and “Hidden Gems” of Russian Romantic Piano Music of the 19th and 20th Centuries. Dr. Dorozhkina shared her knowledge and insight into these composers and performed the selections with passion, precision and a broad range of color and touch. DMTA was also informed of Dr. Dorozhkina’s recent award of MTNA National Certification. Congratulations Elena!” www.elenadorozhkina.com January 9 February 6 March 6 April 10 May 1
Saturday, November 12th, 2022: In Person at Agnes Scott College Decatur GA with Virtual Performance option
Saturday February 18th 2023
GATE Theory February 18th 2023
JO EVANS SCHOLARSHIP
Saturday April 22nd 2023
Monday, October 4, 2021: Arietha Lockhart, General Choral Music Educator. Using FlipGrid to make Virtual Connectioins: Extending the Lesson Feedback and Improving Rehearsal Habits
Monday, November 1, 2021: Dr. Monique Arar NCTM . Embracing an 18th Century Musical Mindset in a 21st Century World
Monday, January 10, 2022: David Watkins, pianist Topic “Choosing Repertoire for Student Growth”..
Monday, February 7, 2022: :Farris Goodrum, pianist. Bravo Brazil! Composers whose music reflects elements of Brazil’s unique cultural heritageThis program will be in person only, and unavailable on zoom.
Monday, March 7, 2022: :Cathy Thacker, NCTM. Middle Movement Syndrome: Middle movements of piano sonatas worthy of your consideration
Monday, April 11, 2022: Dr. Raffi Besalyan, pianist. “East meets West” – This represents my journey from growing up in Armenia to becoming a United States resident. I will present and perform some compositions by Armenian, Russian and American composers.
Monday, May 7th 2022: Annual Ensemble Program given by members DMTA