As of January 13th, the Hilton Santa Fe is out of rooms in the convention block. The NMACBC is working on rectifying this situation and asks for your patience while they do so.
A FAQ (frequently-asked-questions) page has been added for performing bands.
Covid Safety: The NMACBC, Inc. requires all participants (volunteers, staff, vendors, visiting bands, as well as registrants and guests) in the 2022 Association of Concert Bands “Music For Life” Convention to provide proof of Covid vaccination upon arrival and sign-in at the convention hotel. Additionally, all attendees at all indoor events will be required to wear a protective mask per New Mexico Department of Health regulations.
Registration for the 2022 ACB Convention in Santa Fe has opened. Access registration information and links on the Registration page.
Bands performing at ABC 2022 have been selected. They are:
Glendale, Arizona – Rick Shelton, Director
Denver Concert Band
Denver, Colorado – Jacinda Bouton, Director
Los Angeles Symphonic Winds
Woodland Hills, California – Stephen Piazza, Director
Oregon Symphonic Band
Portland, Oregon – Michael Burch-Pesses, Director
Plano Community Band
Plano, Texas – Joe Frank, Director
Southwest Civic Winds
Durango, Colorado – Rhonda Muckerman, Director
Woodland Park Wind Symphony
Woodland Park, Colorado – Craig Harms, Director
Application to perform instructions have been updated to clarify audio tracks of 100Mb or less and that the application should be completed in one sitting as nothing is saved until the submit button is hit.
Information on the Convention’s guest conductor, keynote speaker, guest soloists, and clinicians can now be found on the Guest Artists page.
ACB member bands can now apply to perform at ACB2022 in Santa Fe. Application details and the link to the ACB website’s application page can be found here.