AT AMTA, WE AIM TO FURTHER THE ART OF MUSIC THROUGH TEACHING, PERFORMANCE, COMPOSITION AND SCHOLARLY RESEARCH

 

About AMTA

Amarillo Music Teacher’s Association was formed in 1921 and is a local chapter of the Texas Music Teachers Association and Music Teachers National Association. The association is a non-profit educational orginization representing music teachers in private studios, public and private schools, and institutions of higher education in the Texas Panhandle Area.  We aim to further the art of music through teaching, performance, composition, and scholarly research. We seek to promote music in the area by offering public events to share music with the community. We also strive to encourage young musicians by providing scholarships to area college students and by partnering with the MTNA collegiate chapter at West Texas A&M University. 

Purpose

  • Promote and participate in the education, growth, and development of music.

 

  • To practice and promote high ethical standards in professional and business dealings.

 

  • Be of service to teachers entering the professional field of music.

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AMTA is your local source for connecting to peers, ongoing education, and countless resources to support your music teaching career.

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Whether you or your child is just starting, or has years of experience our association will have a qualified teacher to meet your needs.

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Did you know:

Children who study music tend to have larger vocabularies and more advanced reading skills than their peers who do not participate in music lessons.