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The Connecticut Music Educators Association (CMEA) is a federated state organization for the National Association for Music Education (NAfME) and is the largest arts education association in the state of Connecticut. CMEA plays an important role through its encouragement and support of the highest musical standards in our school programs. The All-State, Regional and Elementary Honors Festivals, the Annual In-Service Conference and other professional development opportunities, the CMEA NEWS magazine, advocacy efforts and grant programs for our members are some of the ways that the Connecticut Music Educators Association continues to fulfill its commitment of more than three quarters of a century to music education in our state.

CMEA members: Music in our Schools Month (MIOSM) is quickly approaching! Please visit for more information.

This is the first in a series of surveys geared at helping everyone get a better understanding of the ensemble repertoire that is being rehearsed/performed by Connecticut music educators. Please consider completing the survey. Thank you!

We hope to see you tomorrow at our virtual town hall meeting! What questions do you have for the CMEA board? Sign up here! #CMEA #MusicEd

Share your expertise! A few days left to submit session proposals for our Virtual Conference March 27-28, 2021

Equity in Music Education Virtual Professional Development with 2019 CT Teacher of the Year Sheena Graham on February 6, 2021 9-1pm Details:

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CMEA Membership

The Connecticut Music Education Association is a state affiliate of NAfME, The National Association for Music Education. When you join NAfME you automatically become a member of CMEA.

As a member, you will benefit through professional development opportunities, gain access to top-rated music education publications, access festival opportunities for your students and be supporting music education advocacy efforts at the federal, state, and local levels that educate elected officials and other key decision makers about the impact and importance of music education.