The SAI Epsilon A province includes the Madison Alumnae Chapter, the Milwaukee Alumnae Chapter, the student Rho Chapter at the University of Wisconsin - Madison, the student Xi Chapter at Lawrence University in Appleton, and the student Theta Iota Chapter at the University of Wisconsin - Platteville.

About Sigma Alpha Iota

Seven women musicians with a vision founded Sigma Alpha Iota on June 12, 1903 at the University School of Music in Ann Arbor, Michigan. They pledged solemnly "to help each other with sisterly affection, to stand for the highest musical scholarship, for nobility and uprightness of character and for the maintenance of friendly and unselfish relations among women in the musical profession."

Since then, SAI has grown to include 100,000 members, over 200 student chapters, and over 100 alumnae chapters. SAI continues to uphold the ideals of the original seven, bringing together women who share a love of music and who strive to nurture each others musical goals in addition to supporting musical outreach projects to enrich the community. More information about our fraternity and SAI Philanthropies can be found at the SAI National website.

 
Epsilon A Province Day, 2016 - Hosted by the Madison Alumnae

Epsilon A Province Day, 2016 - Hosted by the Madison Alumnae

SAI Mission & Vision

The Mission of Sigma Alpha Iota International Music Fraternity is to encourage, nurture and support the art of music.

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Epsilon A Province Day, 2017 - Hosted by Xi Chapter

Epsilon A Province Day, 2017 - Hosted by Xi Chapter

SAI National Objectives, 2015-2018

Goals for every SAI chapter were presented at the 2015 National Convention in St. Louis, Missouri.

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