Join your colleagues for the MPA Annual Awards Luncheon on June 16 in New York City! Registration is $110 per person and includes lunch, all presentations, as well as the cocktail hour with live music! CLICK "READ MORE" TO REGISTER and view full schedule.
Students, we want to hear from you! Tell us why you believe copyright protection is important for artists, and you could be awarded up to $10,000!
The National Music Council and the Music Publishers Association are looking for students to creatively present their viewpoints, in video format, on The Importance of Intellectual Property and Copyright Law.
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October 01, 2016
The National Music Council and Music Publishers Association is pleased to announced the winners of our 2016 Copyright Awareness Scholarship!
We are sad to announce that Morton Manus, President of Alfred Music, passed away at his Los Angeles home on January 9. In 2011 the MPA honored Morty with our MPA Lifetime Achievement Award for his devoted service to music educators, students, musicians, the music community as a whole, as well his tireless leadership and extraordinary vision. A great man, his absence in the industry will be felt.
You can read more about Morty's life and adventures through Alred's site.
August 31, 2015
After reviewing hundreds of applications for the 2015 Copyright Awareness Scholarship we are pleased to announce this year's big winners!
Please join us Friday, June 19 at the Westin New York Grand Central as we come together to discuss industry change, look to the future and pay tribute to Ralph Peer II with the MPA Lifetime Achievement Award as well as honor Congressmen Hakeem Jeffries and Jerrold Nadler with the Arnold Broido Award for Copyright Advocacy. Click Read More for complete schedule.
On Friday, June 19 The Music Publishers Association will honor Ralph Peer II with its Lifetime Achievement Award at its Annual Meeting, recognizing him for his tireless advocacy for music creators and publishers around the world. Celebrated peermusic Classical composer Mohammed Fairouz will introduce Mr. Peer and present him with his award.