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The American Orff-Schulwerk Association is a professional organization of educators dedicated to the creative music and movement approach developed by Carl Orff and Gunild Keetman. Learn about AOSA History and Founders.


The Middle Atlantic Chapter of the American Orff Schulwerk Association serves the Washington DC Metropolitan area with workshops, events, scholarships, and other opportunities for Orff educators to connect and grow! Check out our 2022-2023 workshop season!


The purpose of the Virginia Music Educators Association, Inc. (VMEA) is to promote quality music education throughout the Commonwealth by providing leadership, instructional resources and professional development opportunities for Virginia’s music educators.

VMEA All Virginia Oeff Ensemble
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Congratulations to the students who performed in the inaugural All Virginia Orff Ensemble Event which happened November 16-17 at the Richmond Convention Center. Our talented guest directors were Betsy Sebring and Mary Evans.

Music Constructed

At Music ConstructED, we support music educators’ professional growth and development through a collaborative community of teachers. Explore dynamic, responsive, and relevant materials across our site. From classroom music lesson plans to professional development, we have something for you at every stage of your career. Click "Learn More" below to view Cheryl's workshops & experience Music Constructed TODAY!

NAME National Association for Music Education

The National Association for Music Education (NAfME) is a collaborative community that supports music educators and advocates for equitable access to music education.  Founded in 1907 and representing more than 53,000 members teaching millions of students, NAfME advances the music education profession and promotes lifelong experiences in music. 


Fairfax General Music Educators Association supports the work of general music teachers in providing a high-quality music education for the students of Fairfax County, Virginia.

FGMEA was officially established in April of 1972.  It is a professional, non-profit organization representing and supporting elementary and middle school general music teachers and their programs in Fairfax County.  It is a department of the Fairfax Education Association (FEA).

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