10/27 -- Lorenzo Trujillo, Music as a symbol of culture among Mexican and Chicano populations in Colorado.
11/10 -- Hal Aqua, A Brief Journey through Jewish World Music.
11/17 -- Andy Cozad -- Kiowa Tribal Singer.
12/8 -- Hidemi Matsushita, Nobu and Ko Koda: The Women Who Made Music in Japan Happen
1/12 -- Teresita D Lozano, Compartiendo Musica y Cultura: Experiences in Teaching an Intergenerational Mexican Children's Ensemble
2/9 -- Sonya Clark and Katrina Hedrick, Building Student Artistry Through Culturally Responsive Teaching
3/9 -- Brenna Berman, Variations on a Theme by Taubman
4/13 -- Nancy Harris, The Art of Russian Song
5/11 -- DAMTA Teacher's Musicale
Yearbook with historical information, meeting information, programs, student activities, and member list.
Three-fold flyer. Information on scholarships and sponsors.
Teacher’s Performance Group
Professional Reading Program: "With Your Own Two Hands, Self-Discovery Through Music" by Seymour Bernstein
Spookathon is DAMTA’s annual community outreach event. It is designed to be a non-competitive, informal and family friendly performance opportunity in which students of all ages are invited to play “spooky” music. In the past they have been held in popular coffee houses and at the Cherry Creek Mall. The purpose of the Spookathon is: Sharing music in the community and informing the community of the benefits of quality music instruction. Zoom in 2020.