The music academy of the future is now, in a sense, here.
Its been in development for several years now, and its finally ready for primetime.
The academy’s creators and supporters, the Music Academy Institute (MIA), are confident that they have a very solid foundation, and that it will take many years of development and refinement to truly realize the vision for the institution.
The organization’s website is filled with great artwork and informative videos, and it has some very promising ideas about how to make music education more effective.
The institute’s first conference, a panel called “What Music Education Can Learn From a Generation of Innovators” will be held on January 23 in Los Angeles, and I’ll be on hand to talk to Mia members and attendees about the organization’s plans for the coming years.
I’ve already had the chance to meet some of the MIA’s founders, and while I was able to speak to the MIA about the new institute’s vision, the most exciting thing for me was seeing their enthusiasm for music education as a whole.
The music industry has always been a very small part of the MIA’s vision.
It is a huge part of their work.
The MIA, founded in 2010, was founded with the goal of creating a school for students to pursue a music career.
They initially hoped to open an academy to train teachers in the art of teaching music.
However, as the institute’s founders told me in an interview, the school is more about teaching and learning, and teaching and listening.
The first thing that struck me was how much time they spent on the concept of the school.
As the institute announced its existence, the founders explained that the aim was to create a space for music educators to build a relationship with students, to teach them how to do music, and to help them to be better musicians.
They then said that they would help students discover their musical potential through “a structured learning experience.”
So the school will not focus on learning to play a particular instrument, but rather will focus on developing the students’ ability to connect to and listen to music, whether that is through online classes or through a variety of online programs.
“What is a student to learn about a specific instrument?” asked the MAA founders.
“The school will teach a student the history and culture of the instrument.
It will teach them the technicalities and techniques of making a particular piece of music, including how to get started with playing and learning it.
It can teach students how to play the instruments of the same genre as their music teacher.
It may also teach them about how they can incorporate new instruments and styles into their repertoire.”
That’s a pretty expansive vision, but one that seems to resonate with a lot of the music industry and even some of its most ardent supporters.
The MIA’s founder, David E. Blatt, was an early supporter of the first academy in Los Gatos, California, and was a founding member of the Association of Music Educators (AME), the organization that oversees and funds the MFA.
The AME is one of the few professional organizations dedicated to teaching students how the music of the past can inspire new generations of musicians.
But while the MGA is already one of a handful of major American music schools to exist in the 21st century, it’s not an academy focused on the creation of new music.
“Our focus will be on teaching students to learn,” explained Dr. David R. Fennell, the MCA’s executive director.
“We don’t have any particular goals for the future of the institution, but we believe that music education is the future.
Our goal is to bring the arts to life, not to teach students to be musicians.”
This is an ambitious vision, and one that could ultimately require a lot more funding than it’s currently getting.
The Institute has made some very good strides in its two years since founding.
It has had about 60 graduates from over 70 schools, and has recently expanded its programs to include classes in the history of classical music, jazz, pop, hip-hop, and R&B.
Its biggest hurdle right now is getting funding to expand its educational services.
The AACI is the leading national organization that manages funding for music instruction in the United States, and is responsible for most of the nation’s private music education and funding.
The Association of Professional Music Educator has a more comprehensive list of education funding needs and a program that includes a grant program that can provide a large amount of funding to help fund the MHA.
But even the AACI has been struggling to keep up with the demand for its programs.
In February, the organization announced that it would be suspending the MDA and cutting back on funding to support its programs and programs staff.
“There are a lot reasons for this,” said AACI President Jim DeMoss in a statement.
“It is the first time we have had to consider a program cancellation, and we do not anticipate another