New England Music Festival
May 25, 2018
The New England Music Festival is a full-day event for the purpose of exalting Jesus Christ through the use of musical talent, encouraging students to share in the ministry of music, giving students a chance to fellowship with students from other Christian schools and offering participants the experience and benefit of being evaluated by qualified adjudicators. Students in grades 1–12 from ACSI member schools may participate. The participation fee per students for their first event performance is $10.00. Each additional performance is $5.00, and the maximum fee for a large group is $110.00.
- Jazz Band
- Worship Teams
- Vocal Ensembles
- Instrumental Ensembles
- Vocal Solos
- Instrumental Solos
- Piano Solos
Please complete the Spring Events Registration Form with the $60 school registration fee by October 31, 2017.
2017/2018 Coordinator Resources
Once registration has closed, the coordinator listed on your registration form will receive preparation details, including the passwords for the resources.
|NE Music Festival Coordinator Handbook|
|NE Music Festival Performance & Helper Registration Form|
|NE Music Festival Calculation Form|
Chairperson resources are available for the Music Festival.
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