ISSMA cancels events through April 11March 12, 2020
From Local Sources
To help protect students, schools and communities from the spread of COVID-19, the Indiana State School Music Association has canceled its ISSMA-sponsored music events through April 11.
ISSMA is scheduled to sponsor student music festivals in the next few weeks with over 35,000 students from more than 300 schools participating at more than 30 different school facilities
throughout the state.
The canceled events include all Junior/Middle/Elementary Concert Organization Festivals and the ISSMA State Show Choir and Jazz Finals.
In keeping with the ISSMA mission to provide educationally evaluated music performance opportunities, a process is being developed to allow directors of registered Junior/Middle/Elementary Ensembles to submit video recordings for evaluation.
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