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New Training for Marching Band Judges

In response to requests from the Music Advisory Committee, the Texas Music Adjudicators Association, the Ad-­‐Hoc Marching Band Committee, and band directors from across Texas, the UIL has just implemented a new training program for the Area and State marching band judges. This training is designed specifically to help develop the assessment skills necessary to provide bands with the highest quality performance evaluations, all while utilizing the existing scoring system, adjudication criteria, and rubrics. Particular emphasis is given to developing the skills necessary to accurately compare, score, and rank the bands, all with the intention of providing the best possible competitive experience for the schools. This training is also available for students, directors, and other interested parties who would like to learn more about the process. Following is a link to further information regarding the training:


TMAA Professional Development Scholarship
for Active and Provisional TMAA Members.


The purpose of this organization is to provide a group of experienced, active and competent music adjudicators. This association of music adjudicators offers high standards of ethics, encourages the development of music in the schools and works in cooperation with the University Interscholastic League, school administrators, music directors, student participants, the Texas Music Educators Association along with the Texas Bandmasters Association, Texas Choral Directors Association and the Texas Orchestra Directors Association.

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