CAPMT Lifetime Achievement Award for service in music recognizes an individual or a group residing in the same geographic area where the CAPMT State Conference will be held during the award year.
• Recognition of deserving individuals and/or groups
• Increase public awareness for "classical music” in general
• Increased visibility of CAPMT
The individual or group nominated for an award should have demonstrated leadership and service in the music community of his or her geographical area over a significant period of time. This might include work as an administrator, donor, volunteer, teacher or performer. Private companies, government agencies and arts support groups are eligible.
A three-member committee composed of the VP Conferences, as Chairman, the President, and a Member at Large from the area presents a recommendation to the CAPMT Board of Directors at its fall meeting where a final decision is made. (Suggestions from CAPMT members may be submitted to the committee for consideration.) The award will be a plaque or a custom, artistically designed certificate, handsomely framed, citing accomplishments of the individual or group.
Current Lifetime Achievement Award Winner
2023 LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD WINNER
KATHRYN B. HULL
Kathryn B. Hull, NCTM, a teacher of piano and theory, has an active music studio in La Quinta, CA. She has taught music in elementary school (K-6) and in college. She is a founding member of CAPMT serving as its first Secretary and then as the third President. She was responsible for developing CAPMT’s first music theory program. After holding several different positions, she was elected to the National Board of Directors where she served for18 years as Director, Treasurer (the MTNA Foundation also) and then Vice President. She visited nearly every state as the National Representative at their state conferences.
Kathryn has been involved in community arts since founding the Glendale Regional Arts Council in 1974. She is a composer, having written music for five stage musicals, and several piano solos, and is the author of children’s books; four published, two about musicians. At 95 she has no plan to retire.
Past Lifetime Achievement Award Winners