2021-2022 CM Calendar


January 15
Deadline for all Teachers, Panel and non-Panel, to enter Repertoire in the Online System.


January 15
Deadline to submit YAG Letter of Intent and Repertoire in the Online System.

 

CM Evaluation Dates

Certificate of Merit  (CM)
February 19 – March 1 

Lakewood-Cerritos Branch, South Region 3

2/19/2022  Media Submission Opens

3/1/2022  Media Submission Closes

3/21/2022  Results Available

Panel Regionals Dates
February 1

Panel Regional Video Evaluation Media Submission Deadline. Evaluation videos for Panel Regional Evaluations for all instruments must be uploaded by this deadline. No late submissions will be accepted.


February 1
Deadline for Panel applicants to complete online theory test.


Panel Finals Dates

March 10
Deadline for Panel Final Application to be submitted online. No late applications.


March 22
Panel Final Auditions Submission Deadline. Evaluation videos for Panel Final Auditions for all instruments must be uploaded by this deadline. No late submissions will be accepted.

 

Convention and Other Year-End Deadlines

April 4
Theory test materials will be released statewide.


April 10
Deadline for teachers to report Evaluation results errors in the Online System. No changes made after this date.


April 15
Deadline for Convention Applications. Deadline for Parents to pay Convention Application Fee. No late payments accepted.


April 15
Deadline to apply for Make-up Evaluations (MUP) for both Performance and Theory in the Online System for all students, with valid excuse.


April 30-May 1
CM Council Meeting.


May 10
CM Make-up Evaluation (MUP) Media Submission Deadline.


May 15
Convention Recital Final Schedule posted in the Teacher Portal at www.mtac.org/login


July 1 - July 5
Convention 2022 at the Hyatt Regency Orange County

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The Cerritos Library’s 6-part installation by artist Dale Chihuly is a mix of dazzling blown glass wall sconces. Looking like sea anemones, wild flower arrangements or spun sugar candies, these glass figures display lyrical lines and sensuous, lambent amber tones which grace the Library's "Main Street."