Affiliated with
Music Teachers National Association
“…for a more musical tomorrow.”

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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2015 State Conference

Mark your calendars for our 2015 TMTA Conference, to be held June 6-9 in Chattanooga! Our guest artists will be Gloria Chien, piano, and Soovin Kim, violin, in solo and collaboration. Our clinician will be Ingrid Jacobson Clarfield.

Gloria Chien, pianist
Gloria Chien, pianist
Soovin Kim, violinist
Soovin Kim, violinist
Ingrid Jacobson Clarfield, our clinician, was awarded MTNA Teacher of the Year in 2012. (shown here with Gary Ingle)
Ingrid Jacobson Clarfield, our clinician, was awarded MTNA Teacher of the Year in 2012. (shown here with Gary Ingle)

Our 61st State Conference was held May 31-June 3, 2014, at the Haslam Music Center, University of Tennessee, Knoxville.

Anton Nel, our conference artist, presented a recital and an advanced masterclass. Conference clinician, Catherine Rollin, conducted workshops, an intermediate masterclass and presented a composer showcase. IMTF luncheon guest speaker, Jane Kutscher Reed, spoke about “Positive and Powerful Teaching.”

Anton Nel taking questions after the advanced masterclass.
Anton Nel taking questions after the advanced masterclass.
Catherine Rollin working with Moonhee Kim.
Catherine Rollin working with Moonhee Kim.
Jane Kutcher Reed inspiring positive teaching.
Jane Kutcher Reed inspiring positive teaching.