TMTA seeks to raise standards of music teaching and performance in the state,
to cultivate fraternal relations among members of the profession, to support members in all matters pertaining to their profession, to develop productive relationships with school and community organizations, and to promote accreditation for qualified music teachers in Tennessee.
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The 2019 TMTA State Competitions will be at Middle Tennessee State University, Saturday, May 25, and Sunday, May 26. Applications must be made online and will be open from April 10 to May 1.
MTNA/TMTA Fall 2018 Competition Results
Congratulations to students and their teachers!
2018 National MTNA Performance Competitions Results
Congratulations to the following students and teachers!
MTNA Junior Woodwind Winner
Teacher: Myung Kim, GMMTA
MTNA Chamber Music String Winner
Music City Quintet
Coach: Cornelia Heard, NAMTA
MTNA Young Artist Voice Winner
Teacher: Amy Jarman, NAMTA
Click here to access a PDF of the 2018 Conference Booklet.