Supreme legislative powers are vested in the International Conference which meets triennially and is composed of elected and appointed officers, music representatives, and delegates from each collegiate and alumni chapter. The Delta Omicron Board of Directors, elected at the International Conference, conducts interim business. An executive office is maintained in Jefferson City, Tennessee.
Membership is on the basis of talent, scholarship, and character and is open to music students enrolled in those schools where Delta Omicron Chapters are located, to music faculty members in those schools, and to professional musicians.
Contact Debbie Beckner, Executive Secretary for additional membership information.
Scholarships, Grants, and Awards
The Delta Omicron International Music Fraternity and Delta Omicron Foundation, Inc. provide support for scholarships, grants-in-aid, and awards to Delta Omicron chapters and members in good standing. Funding for the national projects is possible through endowments and gifts. For further information go to the Delta Omicron Foundation website, or access the application here.
Kimberly Martin-Boyd (Normal, Illinois) has been serving Delta Omicron as the International President since July of 2015. Prior to becoming International President she was National First Vice President from 2012-2015, the …