The Nebraska Music Teachers Association is an organization of over 300 musicians dedicated to a practical role of artistic service in today’s society. NMTA provides cultural leadership through a wide variety of activities for teachers, students, and professional musicians. It promotes high professional standards in music and fulfills its responsibility to artistic and educational leadership in the state.
NMTA was founded in 1916. NMTA is affiliated with Music Teachers National Association (MTNA), which has a membership of over 24,000 musicians nationwide.
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- Plan now to attend the 2019 NMTA State Conference October 17-18 at the University of Nebraska-Omaha. Details about the conference can be found in the 2019 Summer Newsletter, and on the Conferences webpage.
- 2020 NMTA Travel Grant applications will be considered until November 15, 2019. Details about how to apply will be found in the Summer 2019 Newsletter, or by contacting Larry Jones: email@example.com.
- Article submissions are currently being accepted for the Winter 2020 NMTA Newsletter. Submission deadline is December 15, 2019. Send articles to Larry Jones, Newsletter Editor at: firstname.lastname@example.org Submissions must be Word documents, 10-point Times New Roman font, single spaced, double space between paragraphs.
The Summer 2019 Newsletter is now available online, just click "About Us/Newsletter" at the top of this page. The Newsletter is published online only. If you need a hard copy and are unable to print it yourself, please contact Larry Jones, Newsletter Editor, at email@example.com, or 402.483.4531.
For up-to-date listings for the Board Members of NMTA, use the new State Affiliate Portal from the MTNA National Office at http://ne.mtna.org. Download the complete 2017 NMTA Board Member Roster.