Musical America Jobs Center

A regularly updated catalog of job opportunities in the fields of music and the arts.


Music House Museum Invitation from Dorothy Clore

As a follow-up to Jayne Hanlin's comprehensive article about the Music House Museum in Acme, MI, in the Winter 2022 issue of PAN PIPES, as Board President of that organization I'm extending an open invitation to SAI members and groups to visit and tour, either individually or with others. As of May 1 we are open Tuesday through Saturday, 10-4, with our last tour beginning about 2:30. Our venue is available for chapter events, private parties, etc.
CONTACT: Call (231) 938-9300 or contact our tour/events staff member, Becky Gagnon at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
If you are planning to visit, contact me as well (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) so that I can meet you as our schedules allow.


2022-2023 Association of Concert Bands Young Composers Composition Contest in partnership with the John Philip Sousa Foundation

Eligibility: Composers under 30 years of age on June 15, 2022
A 3 - 5 minute duration piece of original composition for concert band at a grade level of roughly grade 4.
Premier: The piece will be premiered at the annual convention of the Association of Concert Bands
The composer will receive an award of $2000 and reimbursement up to $1000 for travel expenses to attend the ACB Convention for the premiere if available to attend.
Full details can be found here:
Any questions can be directed to me at this address or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Deadline: June 15, 2022


International Women’s Brass Conference

IWBC exists to educate, develop, support, and inspire all women brass musicians. For over 20 years, IWBC has successfully worked towards its mission by:
• Hosting seven international conferences
• Supporting outstanding musicians through the Susan
Slaughter Solo Competition, many of whom have
moved on to successful careers in the music field.
• Commissioning new pieces for brass
• Publishing NoteWorthy, the biannual newsletter
of the IWBC


Maud Powell Society

The MPS has announced that the four-volume Maud Powell Favorites collection of Violin transcriptions, Brahms Concerto Cadenza, Music Analyses and Editions, and Music Dedicated to, Commissioned by or Associated with violinist Maud Powell is available to all SAI chapters, school libraries, and string teachers at a discounted price of $95.


The Music Teachers National Association

The Music Teachers National Association (MTNA) offers numerous composition, performance, and chamber music competitions, with age requirements ranging from elementary school through adult. Entrants must study with a MTNA member teacher or pay a non-member fee, as well as be a US citizen or hold a US Visa or resident card.


Music by Black Composers (MBC)

Founded in 2001 as a project of the Rachel Barton Pine Foundation, MBC’s mission is to: inspire Black students to begin and continue instrumental training by showing them that they are an integral part of classical music’s past as well as its future; make the music of Black composers available to all people regardless of background or ethnicity; help bring greater diversity to the ranks of performers, composers, and audiences, and help change the face of classical music and its canon.



NAfME advocates for music education at the local, state, and national levels; provides resources for teachers, parents, and administrators; hosts professional development events; and offers a variety of opportunities for students and teachers. The Association has supported music educators at all teaching levels for more than a century. A comprehensive listing of future virtual and in-person conferences and events is available online.



The League of American Orchestras collects and curates the knowledge, information, data, leadership experiences, and effective practices that are essential for the orchestra world to thrive and grow. We share these through educational events and webinars, artistic programs, grant programs, research publications and studies, web resources, Symphony magazine, The Hub, and Symphony Spot.


American Composers Alliance

Non-profit composer's catalog and archives: services and support for music licensing, sheet music distribution, concerts, and recordings for independent American concert music composers.



A connective and informative global organization, IAWM increases opportunity and visibility for women in music. Welcoming to members of all genders, this forward-thinking advocacy alliance helps reshape the music industry’s landscape for greater equity and inclusion in the 21st century.