Sigma Alpha Iota is an internationally incorporated fraternity for women in the field of music. It was founded on June 12, 1903 at Ann Arbor, Michigan and was incorporated on December 1, 1904.

Click on the shield to the left to go to the national home page.

Click on the rose to the left to see a listing of all our Chapters around the globe who have their own websites.

INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT SAI:

  • SAI was the first Music Fraternity to establish National TV awards in the field of music to further the best interests of music in the video field.
  • SAI was the first Greek letter organization to grant a commisssion for a musical work.
  • SAI was the first Music Fraternity to build a year-round Scholarship Lodge at Interlochen National Music Camp.
  • SAI was the first International Professional Music Fraternity for women.
  • SAI was the first organizational member of the National Association for Music Therapy.
  • SAI provided the first woman manager in the history of the New York Philharmonic- Helen Thompson.

This page was last updated on May 9, 2016.
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