We provide powerful resources to help your program.
What is it that we do for music teachers and their students? We put instructional and financial resources in your hands. Become a member of Legacy Music Alliance for just $150 per music program, per school year. This membership guarantees you a minimum of $500.00 to pay for clinicians in your classroom or to repair or replace essential instruments.
As part of your benefits, you’ll be able to take advantage of our Clinicians in the Classroom program, which allows you to schedule master teachers and musicians to teach your students in your own classroom. You can begin scheduling these clinics as soon as you’ve enrolled your program with Legacy Music Alliance. We have an impressive roster of some the very finest professional instrumentalists, conductors and singers that specialize in a variety of styles and instruments. They are a valuable resource for teachers and students alike. Their clinics will help inspire and excite music students of every skill level.
These unique experiences are an excellent way to instill the love and appreciation for music in your students that they will value for a lifetime. We make it easy to set up these clinics. Fill out our Clinician Request Form to have us select and schedule a clinician for you. If you have someone you’d like to schedule on your own, please schedule the clinic with the clinician of your choosing and have them contact Mary Green to make sure we have all the necessary information from them.
Jason Petrovich with the Mountain Crest High School Orchestra
Dr. Dana Roethlisberger works with the Layton High School trombones
Dr. Robert Baldwin helps the Cottonwood High School Orchestra prepare for their performance at the 2016 UMEA convention