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Announcing the 10th MICCA Summer Institute 2019!
Sponsored by David French Music Co.
Thursday, July 25th and Friday, July 26th, 2019
The Summer Institute will be held at Hopkinton High School, Hopkinton, MA

Click here to register for our Summer Institute.

Keynote Address by Jared Cassedy

This year, the MICCA Summer Institute will feature a "conference model" with sessions offered by local educators grouped by strand. Attendees can choose between choral, band, and string strands with several sessions being offered across all strands. Session titles have been developed by educators to meet the practical needs of elementary, middle, and high school teachers.

Click here to register for our Summer Institute.

We hope that you will join us this summer for an enriching and enjoyable institute!


To earn college credit for the MICCA Summer Institute through UMass Lowell, register for - Instrumental Music Workshop (Class #5770-091)

All participants are eligible for the credit option through UMASS Lowell. Participants who would like to receive credit should enroll in "Instrumental Music Workshop" as outlined on the MICCA website. Projects/papers will be accepted from any strand (band, string, and choral), however the title of the course will remain "Instrumental Music Workshop." Please feel free to contact Jason Bielik with any questions.

What follows is the information needed to register, with additional information on course requirements:

Instrumental Music Workshop (3, 2 or 1 Credit option)
Course No: MUED.5770-091; SIS Class Nbr: 1839; SIS Term: 2840
Tuition: $470 per credit

To Register: https://continuinged.uml.edu/catalog/search/current_semsearch_detail.cfm?coursenum=MUED.5770&secnum=-091&yr=2019&sm=Summer

The requirements are as follows:
Attendance is required at all sessions. You will be required to select a topic or topics from among the sessions at the institute and write a paper (length determined by credit option) on what you gained from the particular session and how you might implement those ideas in your own instrumental/choral music program.

Papers, for those registering for credit, are due by August 5, 2019.
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