Society for American Music

Founded: 1975    Admitted to ACLS: 1995
Founded and first named in honor of Oscar G. T. Sonneck, the Society for American Music, a non-profit scholarly and educational organization, seeks to stimulate the appreciation, performance, creation, and study of American music in all its diversity, and the full range of activities associated with that music. "America" is understood to embrace North America, including Central America and the Caribbean, and aspects of its cultures everywhere in the world.

CEO Representative and Society Contact

Megan MacDonald
Executive Director
Society for American Music

Delegate

Charles Hiroshi Garrett
Associate Professor
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
term ends 12/31/2022

President

Daniel Goldmark
Professor
Case Western Reserve University

Membership:

Individual: 900