- Important Dates & Deadlines
- Concert Festival Calendar
- District Solo & Ensemble Festival Calendar
- State Solo & Ensemble Festival Dates
Growing the future of music education
You can now find a link to the new account portal in the navigation at the top right of the page. Bookmark wsma.users.membersuite.com.
Looking for the Adjudicator Center? It can now be found under both the Concert and Solo & Ensemble tabs.
WSMA is now accepting enrollment submissions from schools for the 2022-23 school year. Enroll today!
Don’t forget to update all information in the new account portal to keep our records current! (This is especially important if you have changed schools.)
If a music teacher is new to your school, they will need to update their account portal profile in order to update our records. If you are a primary contact/account portal admin, you can also add them to the contact list in your school’s profile.
View the map of the WSMA districts by county. A list of schools by district is available to the left of each district board member’s name.
2024 Wisconsin State Education Convention Music Showcase
January 17-19, 2024
Application open to high school performing groups
Application Deadline – June 2, 2023
2023 State Festival Dates
First Weekend: April 29, 2023
Second Weekend: May 5-6, 2023
Exemplary Performance Recognition Project »
Nominations and final selections are now posted for both weekend.
Did you miss the last Festival Updates email?
Review past communications here.
Information & Revision Schedule »
Teachers at Member Schools
Schools must enroll as 2022-23 WSMA members to access benefits such as the music list.
Learn How to Enroll Your School »
Login to the Account Portal »
Students and Teachers at Member Schools (requires music list passcode)
Go to the Music List »
Private Teachers and Music Stores
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This issue is about the importance of “collaboration” – from engaging with students in ways that develop their social skills to making interpersonal connections with administrators, colleagues, community members, parents, culture bearers and others – all to advance music education in the lives of our youth.
Read the full April edition online edition »
This organization is supported with funds from the American Rescue Plan Act provided by the National Endowment for the Arts and granted through the Wisconsin Arts Board.