The organization was established in 1930 and merged with Private Music Instructors in 2000. OMTA has a membership of over 100 qualified and experienced teachers. The average teaching experience is 20 years. Forty percent of our teachers have earned their bachelors degree in Music. Thirty percent of those have gone on to complete their Masters and Doctoral programs. We offer private and group lessons in all major instrument categories.
*Membership fees are effective from July through June. To be listed in the directory dues must be paid by May 31.
Our Mission Statement
The purpose for which the Association is organized and operated is exclusively literary and educational, as defined in Section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and its regulations as they now exist or as they may hereafter be amended.
The purpose of this Association shall be the advancement of music education, and in specific furtherance thereof:
To conduct programs and activities to build a vital musical culture and an enlightened musical public for the benefit and the general welfare of all persons;
To ensure that every student shall have access to a balanced, comprehensive, and high-quality program of music instruction;
To facilitate the education of music teachers.