2023 Conference

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The New England Region of the American Music Therapy Association proudly presents its 2023 regional conference, the first one since 2019! Our conference, Reunite, Repair, Renew, will finally give us the opportuntiy to connect, learn, grow, and make music together in person. This year’s conference will be held at the beautiful Stoweflake Mountain Resort & Spa April 20th – 22nd.

Early Bird registration is open from now through March 4th, 2023, after which pricing will increase on all levels. AMTA Professional and Student members receive a discount; member number will be required at a later date. Choosing an AMTA Member tier registration without a membership will result in additional charges.

There is a room block reserved for NER-AMTA available through the resort at $169/night. When you call to book, be sure to mention NER-AMTA and the conference dates to get the rate! You can find Stoweflake’s information here. The draft schedule is attached below.

Questions, concerns, and accessibility needs can be directed to vicepresident@neramta.org or vicepresidentelect@neramta.org.

We can’t wait to sing with you again!



If you are unable to attend, please request a refund in person or via email at vicepresident@neramta.org no later than 9am on the day for which you would like a refund. Refunds will be processed as quickly as possible. Registrants are responsible for processing fees associated with the platform except in case of hardship.


Meet Our Conference Sponsors!


Roman Music Therapy

No two people are alike. At Roman Music Therapy Services, we recognize that each individual and organization we serve has unique needs. We have learned that with all things, a one-size-fits-all approach does not work! To be grounded in the work that we do, we focus on three tenets in our work. 1. Our human-centered approach to music therapy requires that we thoughtfully adapt our responses and music interventions to the dynamic needs of the client. 2. As community music therapists, we focus on the two-way connections between individuals and communities in all that we do to help build bridges and social capital. 3. Music therapy serves our communities best with a continuum of options.


MedRhythms Therapy is a comprehensive neuro-rehab company that provides neurologic music therapy specializing in the use of music to induce brain plasticity and aid in neuro-recovery. The company focuses on this intersection between music, neuroscience, and technology, providing interventions to achieve optimum outcomes in sensorimotor, speech & language, and cognitive goals in patients.
MedRhythms is looking for a passionate and driven Neurologic Music Therapist to join their fast-growing clinical team in White Plains. This position will be responsible for providing high-quality Neurologic Music Therapy to a range of clients of all ages and different neurologic diagnoses. The position will facilitate individual and group sessions and will work in the outpatient setting collaborating with an interdisciplinary team. If you’re interested in joining their team, please reach out to Caitlin Hebb at careers@medrhythms.com