It’s important to know what you can and can’t do in a remote learning situation. Here you’ll find direct links to information from some of our member publishers and their individual guidelines. Please note that many publishers have their own
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For the first time in MPA history our Annual Meeting will be held online. Please join us as we officially vote on and introduce our incoming Board of Directors and Officers. We will also get a brief legal update on
Streaming is a public performance, like a broadcast. Therefore, the entity that is transmitting the stream is responsible for obtaining a public performance license. For an audio-only, non-interactive stream of a non-dramatic performance, these licenses are available from performing right
Creating Authorized Orchestral Pops Arrangements A Guide for Orchestras, Venues, Conductors & Arrangers “Whenever a copyrighted song is arranged, transcribed or adapted for orchestra, the right to create the orchestral arrangement, transcription or adaptation vests solely with the copyright owner.”
Please join us Friday, June 14, at the Century Association in New York City as we honor Iris Manus of Alfred Music with our Lifetime Achievement Award and Elwyn Raymer of the CMPA Action Fund with the Arnold Broido Award
Applications are now open, download your forms here! Deadline to submit is April 30!
The MPA would like to extend our sincere appreciation to the publishers, speakers and industry professionals who were able to join us for our Annual Meeting and Awards Luncheon. Over lunch the 2018 Paul Revere Awards for Graphic Excellence were
Please join us as we honor Congressman Doug Collins with the Arnold Broido Award for Copyright Advocacy and pay tribute to our colleague Charles Slater with the MPA Lifetime Achievement Award.
We are pleased to announce that our 2018 Annual Meeting & Awards Luncheon will be held on Friday, June 15 at the Redbury Hotel in New York.
March 26, 2018 The MPA is now accepting submissions for the 2018 Paul Revere Awards for Graphic Excellence! Established in 1964, the awards recognize outstanding examples of graphic design in print music, with an emphasis on usability for orchestras, educators,