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Indiana...The only place in America that is home to:

  • First High School Orchestra in the Public Schools of the United States - Richmond H.S.
  • First Public High School Band - Connersville H.S.
  • Oldest H.S. Show Choir Competition - Bishop Luers H.S., Ft. Wayne
  • International Violin Competition - Indianapolis
  • Great America Songbook H.S. Vocal Competition - Carmel
  • MacAllister International Opera Awards - Indianapolis
  • Drum Corp International World Championships - Lucas Oil Stadium
  • Bands of America H.S Marching Band Grand Nationals - Lucas Oil Stadium
  • Music For All National Concert Band & Orchestra Festival - Indianapolis
  • One of the oldest and largest music instrument manufacturers, Conn-Selmer - Elkhart
  • One of only 18 full time American orchestras - Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra

School Music...where the music begins, but so much more!

  • Schools with strong music programs have higher graduation rates.
  • School music prepares students to be life-long responsible learners and citizens who are career-ready for the 21st Century.
  • Students enrolled in music classes have higher attendance rates and are more engaged in school.
  • School music builds "arts-rich" communities.
  • School music bolsters creativity and a more innovative workforce.
  • Music students learn the value of working together to reach common goals.
  • School music enhances individual expression and self-discipline.

Never let the music end!

  • Keep music as a "core" subject taught in every Indiana school by highly qualified, licensed music educators.
  • Provide funding at a level that does not force local school leaders to eliminate or reduce music course offerings.
  • Ensure that student participation in music education is not limited by the emphasis on standardized tests.
  • Create an environment which attracts and retains quality music educators that will help grow the next generation of Indiana's leaders.
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Member Organizations:

Indiana - American String Teachers Assn.
Indiana Bandmasters Assn.
Indiana Choral Directors Assn.
Indiana High School Color Guard Assn.
Indiana Jazz Educators Association
Indiana Music Educators Assn.
Indiana Orff Schulwerk Assn.
Indiana Percussion Assn.
Indiana State School Music Assn.

AIME Board Minutes:

July 10, 2012 Minutes
August 12, 2012 Minutes
October 14, 2012 Minutes
January 6, 2013 Minutes

March 3, 2013 Minutes

August 11, 2013 Minutes
January 24, 2014 Minutes
March 14, 2014 Minutes
August 17, 2014 Minutes
November 14, 2014 Minutes

January 16, 2015 Minutes

January 16, 2016 Minutes
September 14, 2016 Minutes

AIME Board Officers:

President - Myron Snuffin
Vice President - Eilisabeth Ohly-Davis
Secretary/Treasurer - Mick Bridgewater

AIME Mission Statement:

To provide a structure for Indiana non-profit music organizations to work together for the advancement of school music education while enhancing each individual mission.  Membership will be open to organizations that have as a major part of their mission the providing of programs, services, and learning experiences specifically for Indiana music students, and current and future Indiana music teachers.

Contact Us:

Alliance for Indiana Music Education
100 E. Thompson Road
Indianapolis, IN 46227
(317) 780-4100

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