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Music Teachers Conference & AGM 2022

  • 26 Feb 2022
  • 7 May 2022
  • 2 sessions
  • 26 Feb 2022, 10:00 AM 12:00 PM (AEDT)
  • 7 May 2022, 10:00 AM 2:30 PM (AEST)
  • Fahan School


  • For Members who wish to attend the AGM only online, and who will not attend Session 1 or Session 2.
  • Attendance for adults (teachers, and general members of the public) at both day sessions of the conference. Lunch is included in Session 2.
  • Attendance for full-time students at both day sessions of the conference. Lunch is included in Session 2.
  • Attendance to the Online Seminar (Session 1) on 26th February Only, and AGM (for members) that follows shortly after the seminar.

Registration is closed

SATURDAY 7 MAY 2022 | 10AM-2PM

Mark Bain (Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra) and Penny McDonald (AlexanderTechnique Practitioner), will together demonstrate practical strategies and present on the philosophies that inform performance psychology in two events.

Following on from our short webinar in February, the conference will include classes with students, workshops for teachers and presentations on performance practice and psychology. Dr Jody Heald AM (TMTA President) will continue with this theme, presenting a short keynote derived from her PhD thesis.

A catered lunch by Bille & Brie Catering (individually packed) and morning tea coffee served by Little Miss Espresso. There will be the regular conference giveaways and special offers from TMTA supporters.

Join your community of music teachers from across Tasmania in TMTA's flagship event for the year, amongst the beautiful, leafy, grounds of Fahan School in Sandy Bay (Hobart) where we will connect with one another and celebrate the healthy art of music teaching. 

Teacher friends and colleagues who are travelling from regional and interstate areas may take advantage of a 20% discount at Wrest Point Casino for accommodation bookings, which will be offered following confirmation of your conference ticket purchase.

Tasmanian Music Teachers' Association

16 243 665 873

TMTA acknowledges the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the first inhabitants of the nation. 

We pay respect to the palawa peoples who are the traditional custodians of the lands where we live, learn and work.