The Tennessee Music Education Association was officially formed in 1945 as a voluntary, non-profit organization representing all phases of music education at all school levels. The mission of TMEA is to promote the advancement of high quality music education for all.
State Concert Festival Registration
The 2018 state concert festival will be April 26 and 27 at APSU. The registration form is now live. Deadline for submitting the online form and postmarked date for mailing the fee is March 30th, 2018.
- State Concert Festival Registration
Hotel, Registration, and Meal Cards Now Available
The TnMEA Hotel, All-State & Conference Registration and Meal Card registrations are now available. Please be sure you read all instructions very carefully as how you pay for the conference is different based on what you need to do. To see all information, please visit the Hotel and Registration page.
- Hotel Booking (TnMEA Block)
- Conference/All-State Registration
- Meal Cards
TnMEA Exhibitor Registration
Registration for Exhibitors is now available. Please go to the exhibitor page for more information.
To register and pick your booth online please visit https://shows.map-dynamics.com/tnmea2018/?register
State Concert Festival
Band and Orchestra Directors,
Please consider bringing your ensemble to the 2018 State Concert Festival !
April 26-27, 2018 at Austin Peay State University
Online Registration will begin February 12 and run through March 30, 2018. Entries must be postmarked by March 30, 2018 and include the $350.00 registration fee.
Clinicians for the 2018 TMEA State Concert Festival:
Professor Randall Coleman, Associate Director of Bands, University of Alabama
Mr. Scott Rush, Director of Fine Arts, Dorchester County, SC
Mr. Robert Sheldon, Composer, Clinician, Alfred Music
Professor David Starnes, Associate Director of Bands, Western Carolina University