The Church Music Institute is proud to offer an exceptional learning opportunity to the church music community. The “Tips from the Masters” Workshop offers an in-depth immersion in time-tested practices for organists and choir directors who lead worship, June-12-13, 2020, at Lover’s Lane Methodist Church in Dallas, Texas.
Dr. Charlotte Kroeker, CMI Executive Director, presents a free webinar covering CMI’s online resources for student music, on Monday, January 27th from 4 to 5 pm EST. This presentation is part of the AFPC-NCEA Webinar Series for conductors of Catholic student choirs, worship leaders and classroom teachers, elementary through high school. AFPC members have access […]
CMI is proud to reflect on the musical celebrations that we produced in 2019. These festivals are joyful events that embody the goals of our organization and its members. Festival of Church Music, Meyerson Symphony Center, Dallas, Texas On October 13, 2019, singers from 25 church choirs gathered with the largest Festival “congregation” ever to […]
In June of 2019, The American Guild of Organists, by action of the AGO National Council, entered into a partnership with the Church Music Institute that provides discounted CMI membership rates for AGO members. Now AGO’s approximately 14,000 members can enjoy access to CMI’s Sacred Library holdings at a special savings. This partnership is the […]
The Lilly Peer Learning Project in Worship and Music is now nearing completion. Clergy/musician teams selected as Lilly Scholars, along with their congregational representatives, developed projects that were natural progressions for already vital, valued worship in their congregations. These projects also have value for other congregations. The overall goals and methods used can be replicated […]
2019 was an outstanding year for the Church Music Institute Organ and Choral Libraries. Compared to 2018, visits to the CMI website and Libraries were up 115%, and pages viewed were up 145%. The Organ Library moved into its own suite along with the complete organ collection of Hal and Martha Hopson that is now being […]