Welcome to the Music Educators' Association of New York City (MEANYC). We are a not for profit organization committed to the pursuit of a quality music education for every child. The primary focus of the organization is to encourage a cooperative professional relationship among the music educators of New York City.
Features and News
NYC High School Honors Music Festival Student Nomination Form 2019, Application Due on December 18th
Online forms are now available for the NYC High School Honors Music Festival. Please click the button to fill out the form. Please note that forms can only be submitted electronically this year. Application is due on 12/18. Click here for more info on the festival.
President’s Remarks 2018
As we begin another year, it’s easy to fall in to an isolated existence. We work hard every day preparing quality lessons for our students, give one hundred percent in engaging student learning and are exhausted at the end of every day. In recharging over the weekend, it’s easy to escape from the routine of our weekday life. I strongly encourage you to resist this temptation and attend the amazing opportunities that MEANYC offers! We have outstanding workshops that leave you thrilled with … [read more]
Executive Board Openings
We have some openings for members to join our MEANYC Executive Board. If you are interested in joining and helping to shape our organization, please sign up here: MEANYC Executive Board
Music Teachers Only Recital
We came up with an idea about doing a "Music Teachers Only" recital.
This would be a fun way for us music teachers to get together, and make some music. Also, any ticket sales that would be sold from this would go directly to our student scholarship fund. Before we go further with planning this,
we want to make sure we have enough members that would be interested.
If you would be interested in participating, click here to sign up.
Call for Articles for the MEANYC Journal
We will be bringing back our journal this year, and we are super excited by this. We are looking for any members that would be interested in writing a short article about something unique about your program. This is a great opportunity for you to share a successful strategy, or a creative idea, that could benefit other teachers in our diverse district. Let's share successful ideas with one another, and find more creative ways for our students to make music. If you are interested in writing an article, e-mail our Membership Chair, Brian Wagner-Yeung. We are aiming to have our first publication out by January, 2019.