Exhibitor Information for 2023 Winter Conference

January 19-20, 2023


As an exhibitor, you have the option to add sponsorships to your exhibitor registration this year. You can choose to sponsor a Main Event, OkMEA Honor Concert, and/or an interest session. There are no limits on these opportunities therefore multiple companies can sponsor an event. As an exhibitor, you can choose the number of sponsorships you want to add to your exhibitor registration. Rates are listed below:

  • Main Event Sponsorship – $250 per event
  • OkMEA Honor Concert – $150 per event
  • Interest Session – $150 per event

All events are listed below. Once you have added them to your exhibitor registration, you will need to fill out this form so we know which event(s) you would like to sponsor. Questions? Please reach out to Administrative Coordinator Katie Robertson at [email protected]

Conference Location

Cox Business Center
Exhibit Hall A
100 Civic Center
Tulsa, OK 74103

DoubleTree Tulsa-Downtown
616 W 7th Street
Tulsa, OK 74103


Conference Exhibit Hours

January 19, 2023 (Thursday)

January 20, 2023 (Friday)
Closed from 12:00-2:00pm


Contract and Advertising

General Regulations for Exhibitors
Regulations for Exhibits

Exhibitor’s Letter and Contract
Register as an Exhibitor (online)

Advertising Opportunities
The advertising opportunities available are:
– Conference Program Book (Full Page, B/W)
– High School All-State Program (Full Page, B/W)
       **Reserved for Universities only
– Guidebook Banner Ad (Banner, Full Color)
Click here to learn more about advertising

Early Bird Exhibit Booth Fees

Before December 1
Single – $350.00
Double – $700.00
3 Spaces – $900.00
4 Spaces – $1100.00
6 Spaces – $1650.00


Regular Exhibit Booth Fees

After December 1 – Before January 1
Single – $400.00
Double – $800.00
3 Spaces – $975.00
4 Spaces – $1200.00
6 Spaces – $1800.00


Late Exhibit Booth Fees

After January 1
Single: $400.00
Double: $800.00
3 Spaces: $975.00
4 Spaces: $1200.00
6 Spaces: $1800.00

*Company will not appear in the Conference Program
*All Late Fee payments must be cashier’s check, money order, or cash

OkMEA Event, Concert, and Session Sponsorship Opportunities

Main Events

Thursday Night
OkMEA Honor Awards

Friday Morning
General Assembly
Featuring the OkMEA All-State Children’s Chorus

Friday Afternoon
OkMEA Luncheon

Thursday Concerts

Choral Concert
Cantabile – Canterbury Youth Voices
Durant High School Varsity Mixed Choir
OkCU University Singers

Band Concert
Edmond Heartland Middle School 7th Grade Band
Pryor Middle School 8th Grade Band
Southmoore High School Wind Ensemble

Jazz Band Concert
Oolagah Jazz Ensemble
Edmond Santa Fe Jazz Ensemble
University of Central Oklahoma Jazz Ensemble 1

Orchestra Concert
Jenks 8th Grade Orchestra
Tulsa Honors Baroque Orchestra
Broken Arrow High School Chamber Orchestra

Friday Concerts

Choral Concert
Voce Cantus – Central Oklahoma Solfa Youth Choirs
Oolagah High School Select Choir
Broken Arrow High School Chamber Choir
Enid High School Concert Choir

Jazz Choir Concert
SNU University Singers

Band Concert
Mustang High School Wind Ensemble
Jenks Wind Symphony
UCO Wind Symphony

Orchestra Concert
Oklahoma City Sinfonia
Putnam City North Symphony Orchestra
SWOSU Symphony Orchestra

Elementary Sponsorship Opportunities

Thursday Sessions
Blending 21st Century Tools with Tried and True Approaches in the Elementary Music Room
Lisa Sempsey (MusicFirst)

Assessment in the Elementary Classroom
Dr. Patricia Nelson

Adaptations and Winding in the Elementary Music Classroom
Dr. Alice Hammel

All the Way to Galway… and Back!
Ray Mullins

Let’s Dance
Jacob Chen and Sandy Knudson

Friday Sessions
Building Classroom Community: Tips for Creating Meaningful Corrections

Brittni Bilyeu

Autism in Elementary Music Classrooms
Dr. Alice Hammel

Music and Math: A Reciprocal Relationship
Laura Hillman

Bag of Tricks: How Many Teaching Strategies Are in Your Bag?
Richard Cangro

Music Literacy Through Singing Games
Lauren Bain

Saturday Session
Early Childhood Session
Musical, Magical, Meaningful
Lauren Bain

Choral Sponsorship Opportunities

Thursday Sessions
Teaching Students with Disabilities in the Choral Classroom
Dr. Alice Hammel

Practical Strategies for Social-Emotional Learning in Music Classroom
Krista Hart (Alfred Music)

Attitude of Gratitude: Simple Practices to Help Build Community and Improve Mental Health
Krista Hart (Alfred Music)

Individual Assessment in the Choral Classroom
Wes Singleton and Dr. Shermie Potts

Middle School Matters: Choral Rep for Developing Voices
Krista Hart (Alfred Music)

Friday Sessions
And So We Sing: SATB Reading Session
Krista Hart (Alfred Music)

Beyond “Floor, Door, Window, Ceiling”: Strategies for an Efficient and Meaningful Gesture
Kristina MacMullen

A Voice of Reason: Social Justice, the Greater Good, and Why We Sing
Kristina MacMullen

The Heart of the Artist: Non-Musical Activities to Strengthen the Fabric of Your Ensemble
Kristina MacMullen

Yea! We GET to Sight-Read Today
Suzanne Aylor, Mark Cain, and Janis Dawson

Band Sponsorship Opportunities

Thursday Sessions
Creating a Culture of High Expectations: It’s Not Just About the Music
Dr. Kelli Pence (MusicFirst)

Copyright in the Digital Age: Dispelling the Myths of Streaming and Mechanical Rights for Music Education
Dr. Andrea Pelloquin

Designing a Marching Band Show for Small Schools
James Morrison

Demystifying Clarinet Tone: Simple Solutions for Common Problems
Dr. Suzanne Tirk

Yes, It Does Matter! Moving to Match What We Teach/Hear
Dr. Andrea Brown

Ten Tips for Teaching Timpani
Dr. Andrew Richardson (OKPAS)

Friday Sessions
Teaching Students with Disabilities in Instrumental Classrooms
Dr. Alice Hammel

Rediscovering the Why, How, and What of Music Teaching
Dr. Michael Raiber

A Strategy for Teaching Beginner Oboes and Bassoons
Dr. Jennifer Auerbach and Sally Bohls

Musicianship in Rehearsal and Performance
Dr. Daniel Belongia

Wellness for Sustained, Healthy, Passionate Music Education
Dr. Daniel Belongia

Orchestra Sponsorship Opportunities

Thursday Sessions
Women Supporting Women: String Music of the Federal Music Project and Collaborative Musical Activism
Dr. Laura Talbott Clark and Dr. Jacqueline Skarra

Bowing Drills: Highly Adaptable Exercises for All Ages
Nick Barnaby

Copyright in the Digital Age: Dispelling the Myths of Streaming and Mechanical Rights for Music Education
Dr. Andrea Pelloquin (JW Pepper)

Teaching the First Day of Violin and Viola Class: Setting Students Up for Success
Dr. Kristen Pellegrino

Guiding Violin Students to Choose the Best Fingerings
Dr. Greg Lee

Violin Bow Hold Mastery
Dr. Greg Lee

Friday Sessions
Teaching Students with Disabilities in Instrumental Classrooms
Dr.Alice Hammel

Rediscovering the Why, How and What of Music Teaching
Dr. Michael Raiber

20 Teaching Tips: Demystifying Tone and Intonation for Violinists and Violists
Dr. Kristen Pellegrino

Classroom Management: Are You Proactive or Reactive?
Dr. Kristen Pellegrino

Retired Teachers Panel
Dan Larson, Anne Guevara, and Christy Fine