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2024 RMSMT and AMS Conference

Boise State Music is pleased to host the 2024 Rocky Mountain Society for Music Theory and American Musicological Society Rocky Mountain Chapter Conference, March 15-16, 2024.

RMSMT is the professional society for music theorists serving the Rocky Mountain region, which covers Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming, as well as the Canadian provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan.

AMS is dedicated to advancing the study and teaching of music through a broad array of programs, including grants, fellowships, awards, publications and events. The Rocky Mountain Chapter brings together professors, students, and scholars from the Rocky Mountain region, which covers the American states of Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming and the Canadian province of Saskatchewan.

If received before March 7th, conference registration dues are $50. After March 7th, dues increase to $75.  

Click here to register for AMS-RM

Click here to register for RMSMT


The Residence Inn Boise Downtown – University is offering a special group rate of $162/night. Please use the following link to take advantage of this offer.

Residence Inn Boise Downtown-University
1401 South Lusk Place, Boise, ID, 83706
(208) 344-1200

Shuttle service is available to and from the airport.

The last day to book utilizing the group rate is Tuesday, February 27, 2024.

Click here to book with group rate
Conference Location

The Morrison Center

2201 W Cesar Chavez Ln
Boise, ID 83725

Paid parking is available in the Boise State Brady Parking Garage, located just south and within walking distance of the Morrison Center.

Airport Information:

(BOI) Boise Airport
3201 Airport Way, Suite 1000
Boise, Idaho 83705
(208) 383-3110

Rideshare services are available to and from the airport and around town.

Our City and University

Boise, Idaho, is both urban and wild. It’s grit and glamor. Our lively, clean, artistic, vibrant, tree-lined city is just steps from mountains, a river and hundreds of trails. This is where you come to escape and push your limits. Boise State is the largest university in Idaho, located in a thriving metropolitan area. In addition to serving as a cultural hub for the arts, Boise offers an electrifying downtown, picturesque vistas, and great outdoor recreation.

The Department of Music has about 170 undergraduate and graduate students, 21 full-time faculty and 17 adjunct faculty. We offer BM degrees in Composition, Music Education and Performance; BA degrees in Music; and MM degrees in Choral Conducting, Music Education and Performance.

Questions regarding the conference can be directed to: Reiner Kramer

Questions regarding Boise State facilities and this website can be directed to Eric Alexander:

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