Click on the links below for event forms, contact information, and websites.


FALL SYLLABUS - October 28-30, 2021 
*Deadline for entries October 1
Linda Greer, Chairman
Sign up link: Leggiero Software
Fall Syllabus provides an excellent opportunity for students to prepare theory and repertoire for evaluation.

ROMANTIC FESTIVAL - November 20, 2021
Deadline for entries:  October 23
Location:  Westminster Presbyterian Church
Chairs:  Kellene Goff and Sally Crawford
Entry form: Festival 2021 - Google Docs.pdf

BAROQUE FESTIVAL - Saturday, February 5
 Deadline for entries:  January 22, 2022
Location:  This event has moved to a virtual event.
Chairs:  Kellene Goff and Sally Crawford
Sign up link:
Entry fee
Videos must be emailed to Kellene by Feb. 5.

ENSEMBLE FESTIVAL - Saturday, March 5, 2022
Location:  St. Paul Episcopal Church
Deadline for entries:  Extended to February 24.
Ensemble playing helps students learn to count rhythm, listen better, and have a fun social time--a mini-orchestra!
Chairman:   Kellene Goff

Student compositions are adjudicated during April. Winners are chosen and invited to perform for the OMTA state Composition Celebration.
Entry form available here 
Chairman:  Info Deborah Butler
Student compositions are exciting!  This is a great motivation for students to try composing music.     There have been some amazing results!

May 13-15, 2022   Kellene Goff, Chair 

May 13-15, 2022   Deborah Butler, Chair 
Syllabus exams take place in various teacher studios or online.
Teachers can register and enter students for Syllabus at Leggiero Software
Syllabus Fees:

Area 1, Deborah Butler, Chairman
*Deadline for Area 1 is April 15, 2022
Teachers: Beals, D. Butler, H. Butler,  Evans, Fields, Foster, Hall, Harris, Hickenlooper. Morrison,  Richard, Walker. 

Area 2, Kellene Goff, Chairman
Deadline for area 2 is April 15, 2022
Teachers: Bernhard, Crawford, Goff,  Greer, King, Leonard, Mayhew, Morelli, Norman, Reischke, Smith, Steinbach,  Zimmerman.

Strings, Holly Butler, Chairman
Date TBD

Recitals scheduled on the hour, morning recitals
Location:  TBD
$10.00 entry fee per recital for each student
Student Entry Form available here 
Non-adjudicated recitals
Repertoire Any style repertoire; solo or ensemble.
This recital is a chance for students to create artwork to complement their
repertoire. Music and art-making are intertwined and often enrich one another. Creating
art along with music is like escaping into another world and emerging with a souvenir.
For this recital, students are encouraged to create a piece of artwork inspired by their
musical selection. As they practice and live with the music, please consider having the
student also create a concrete realization of their abstract musical vision. The artwork
can be any medium: drawing, painting, collage, sculpture, poetry, etc. During the
performance, the artwork will be projected on stage and will be available to view before
and after the recital. Hudson Hall is a wonderful performance opportunity for students to
see a college campus and perform on stage with a 9 foot Hamburg Steinway.
This event is a fundraiser for the OMTA Willamette Collegiate Chapter.

Recitals are filled on a first-come basis. All materials must be in the mail two days prior
to the deadline.

Deadlines: Student Entry form must be received by. TBD
Artwork: must be received by TBD
Artwork can be sent to our address or dropped off at the music office during regular
business hours.

Chair Crystal Zimmerman, Willamette Chapter Students

Mail form, fees, and artwork to:
MTNA Willamette Collegiate Chapter
900 State Street
Salem, OR 97301
*Deadline for entries  TBD

$5 entry fee
TBD, Chairman TBD
This recital is for piano students in grades 8, 9, 10 with a $50 award for winners.
It is to be held TBD
Entry form available here  

*Deadline for entries TBD

$20 entry fee
Entry form available here
Crystal Zimmerman, Chairman
This scholarship is open to students in grades 6-12 who have successfully completed a full Syllabus evaluation in the 2019-2020 school year. Students should enter according to their level in Syllabus. The students will be grouped into 3 divisions: Syllabus levels 4-5, Levels 6-7, and Levels 8-10. Students are required to play 2 compositions. One must be from the Baroque era, and the other may be from either the Classical, Romantic, or Contemporary period. Repertoire must match the student's Syllabus level. (Please refer to the suggested compositions in the OMTA Syllabus Repertoire.) An award of $200 will be given for each of the three divisions. This will be held at Willamette University.
CHRISTMAS LUNCHEON - Friday, December 3, 2021
Sassy Onion - New Location on Market Street
Chairman:  Marilyn Reischke
What better way to begin the holiday season than visiting with
friendly teachers and enjoying great food!
Contact:  Marilyn Reiscke, by December 1.

November/December, 2021  TBD
A fun way to celebrate the season, in a friendly, relaxed atmosphere--a 'no stress' recital.