Sinfonia Celebrates 124 Years

Phi Mu Alpha Founder's Day 2022 On October 6, 1898, our beloved Sinfonia was founded at the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston, Massachusetts. Since then, we have grown to nearly 126,000 living members and 231 chapters. Today, we have a greater knowledge of our history, our symbols, and the

October 3rd, 2022|

Fall 2022 National per Capita Taxes and Fees Assessed

All current listed collegiate members have been charged $82.00 for the Fall 2022 National per Capita Taxes and Fees in accordance with the National Constitution & Bylaws. Any accounts that were in arrears from Spring 2022 have been assessed a $15 Late Fee. Brothers may begin paying their financial obligation for Fall 2022

August 30th, 2022|

A Message from National President Kyle Coleman

Hail, Brothers! I remain energized from the fellowship with so many enthusiastic Brothers at our National Convention in St. Louis! We had the increasingly rare collective opportunity to experience Brotherhood, create memories, and make beautiful music. The overall goal of this triennium is to build upon that enthusiasm to foster trust, refine our infrastructure,

August 21st, 2022|

Brother Andrew Owen Appointed National Historian

We are pleased to announce that Brother Andrew Owen has been appointed to the role of National Historian for a term of three years by National President Kyle Coleman. In this role, Brother Owen will be responsible for the documentation, preparation, and preservation of the

August 9th, 2022|

Warning: 57th National Convention Attendees Are Advised To Quarantine

The National Headquarters of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity of America has been informed that some Brothers are experiencing COVID-19-related symptoms and/or have tested positive for COVID-19 following the recently concluded 57th National Convention held in St. Louis, MO. As a result, all Brothers who attended the Convention should be made aware so

July 26th, 2022|

Declared Candidates for the 57th National Convention

Brothers who intend to run for election to a National Office at the 57th National Convention were encouraged to declare their intent formally by June 30, 2022, by submitting a Candidacy Declaration Form. The declaration only provides notice of intent to run for election to a declared office. Each declared candidate must

July 7th, 2022|

Candidate Declaration Form: Now Open

At the upcoming 57th National Convention, the voting body will elect a new National President, National Vice President, Committeeman-at-Large (3-Year Term), Committeeman-at-Large (6-Year Term), and a National Collegiate Representative. Due to the unusual circumstances that prevent us from having an Official Nominating Committee, we ask that all Brothers who intend to run

May 26th, 2022|

Brother Robert Istad wins Grammy for Best Choral Performance

Congratulations to Brother Robert Istad (Zeta Beta Chapter - Augustana College - 1994) on winning a Grammy for Best Choral Performance during the 64th Annual Grammy Awards! He won this award alongside a team of conductors and chorus masters for their recording of “Mahler: Symphony No. 8, “Symphony Of A Thousand.”

April 5th, 2022|

Yamaha’s 2022 Class of “40 Under 40” Music Educators

Last year, Yamaha launched the "40 Under 40" music education advocacy program to celebrate and recognize outstanding music educators who are making a difference by growing and strengthening their music programs. These remarkable teachers share the joy and power of music-making with their students who range from transitional kindergarteners to college undergrads.   We

March 2nd, 2022|

Dr. Joseph Jefferson named the 2022 Ellis Marsalis, Jr. Jazz Educator of the Year

Congratulations to Brother Joseph Jefferson, who was recognized on January 6, 2022, by the Jazz Education Network with the Ellis Marsalis, Jr. Jazz Educator of the Year Award. This award, named after Brother Ellis Marsallis, Jr. (Delta Epsilon Chapter - 1965), recognizes an outstanding collegiate or university educator with a focus on

February 28th, 2022|

Brother John McClain named OMEA’s Outstanding Young Music Educator

Congratulations to Brother John McClain (Epsilon Phi Chapter - 2011) on being named Ohio Music Education Association's Outstanding Young Music Educator of the Year! This award recognizes a music teacher who goes beyond the normal teaching duties in promoting music education and the arts in their school system, community, region, and/or

February 23rd, 2022|

Early Registration Pricing for the 57th National Convention Extended

Phi Mu Alpha's National President, Mark Lichtenberg, has extended early registration pricing for the 57th National Convention one extra month. The new early registration deadline is now April 1, 2022. This change is in light of the pending National Council vote to alter the voting body, known as the National Assembly, for the

February 23rd, 2022|