Songwriters, lyricists, and all music lovers are invited to celebrate Summer with a special songwriting showcase featuring Jim Brickman! He’ll play some of his chart-topping hits and share the stories behind songs we know and love. Learn insightful tips to bring your songs to life and helpful tools every songwriter should have. Plus, Jim will feature some new songs performed by aspiring artists on the Roland Spotlight Channel, which he is hosting throughout the month of July.
RSVP today to view this interactive concert with Jim Brickman and enter to win a Roland FP-30 Digital Piano.
During the live webcast, Jim will giveaway Roland piano accessories and the grand prize: a Roland FP-30-WH complete with stand and pedals in white finish, autographed by Jim Brickman himself. You can only win if you are watching!
(registration closes July 18, 2017)
(pictured left to right: Cynthia Cathcart, President of the MCMTA, Ray Fugere, CFO of Jordan Kitt’s Music and Alice Ma, President Elect of the MCMTA.)
Jordan Kitt’s Music was pleased to have been recognized by the MCMTA (The Montgomery County Music Teachers Association) in appreciation of recent service to the their education community.
Jordan Kitt’s has worked closely with the Montgomery County Music Teachers Association for years in helping to provide its teachers and students with special resources, including the use of its 10,000 square foot piano sales and Music Education Center on Parklawn Drive in Rockville.
The MCMTA is a non-profit organization of independent music teachers representing private music teachers of all instruments and is affiliated with the Maryland State Music Teachers association (MSMTA) and the Music Teacher National Association (MTNA). Membership in MCMTA is available to all members of the state organization.
MCMTA was founded in 1965 with 25 members as a local chapter of the MTNA. With a current membership over 225 teachers, MCMTA is the largest chapter in Maryland.
For more information about the MCMTA, visit here…