2021 State Conference

The 2021 state conference will be live streamed from Indiana University South Bend on September 24 and September 25.

Live Streaming Links

Use the following links to view all conference events that are live-streamed.

For questions regarding the IMTA State Conferences, please contact the IMTA Conference Liaison, DJ Smith.

If you would like to make a donation to the IMTA and support future programs, you can use our new online form.

On this page you will find the following information for the IMTA State Conference:

Conference Artist - Caroline Oltmanns

Caroline Oltmanns is a Professor of Piano at Youngtown State University, Ohio. In addition to being a concert pianist, she also presents piano master classes and workshops nationally and internationally. Her performances can be heard on her six solo CDs and radio stations in Chicago, Cleveland, Los Angeles, and Cape Town. For more information, please visit this link:

Indiana MTNA Recital Program

MTNA/IMTA Commissioned Composer

Ryan Olivier (b. 1985), who grew up in the southern United States, is a composer and multimedia artist. While continuing to compose for both traditional concert ensembles and fixed media, his current focus is the real-time incorporation of visualized electronic music with live performers. His evening-length show, Imaginary Music, with performing partner Andrew Litts was described by Deb Miller of DCMetroTheaterArts as, “a highly intelligent synthesis of the arts with science and technology,…an equally lofty aesthetic of transcendent beauty;…at once cerebral and emotive, intellectual and hypnotic.” Ryan is an Assistant Professor of Music at Indiana University South Bend where he teaches courses in music technology and interdisciplinary composition. Previously Ryan taught at St. Joseph’s University and Temple University where he earned a master's degree and a doctorate after completing his undergraduate studies at Loyola University New Orleans. www.ryanolivier.com