Festival of improvisational music


The Michibago Music Teachers Association (MMTA) held its fifth biennial Improvisation Festival last month at Lakeland University, which featured a morning of coaching sessions, an afternoon of improvisation workshops, and a concluding recital featuring further spontaneous music-making. Fifteen festival participants ranged in age from 8 to 18. Improvisation coaches were Matt Turner of Appleton, and Tricia Marton and Thomas Pibal of Sheboygan. MMTA is a nationally-award winning local organization that provides many performance opportunities each year in which area music students can share their music, acquire constructive feedback, and grow in their musicianship. Submitted photoThe Michibago Music Teachers Association (MMTA) held its fifth biennial Improvisation Festival last month at Lakeland University, which featured a morning of coaching sessions, an afternoon of improvisation workshops, and a concluding recital featuring further spontaneous music-making. Fifteen festival participants ranged in age from 8 to 18. Improvisation coaches were Matt Turner of Appleton, and Tricia Marton and Thomas Pibal of Sheboygan. MMTA is a nationally-award winning local organization that provides many performance opportunities each year in which area music students can share their music, acquire constructive feedback, and grow in their musicianship. Submitted photo

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