Becoming a member
Membership of TMTA has many benefits which are listed below. If you want to become a member of the Tasmanian Music Teachers’ Association just follow these easy steps!
- The TMTA Annual Awards provides an opportunity for your students to develop their performance experience as well as listen to other student performers.
- Local branches organise regional opportunities for student participation.
- The TMTA Annual Journal distributed to each member includes articles and reviews by qualified members of the musical community.
- The Annual Conference usually includes an appealing high-profile specialist, and is always exhilarating, inspiring and memorable.
- Local branches provide regional professional development activities.
- Make connections locally, nationally and internationally
- The Australian String Teachers Association
- The Australian National Association of Teachers of Singing
- Music Examination bodies
- The Tasmanian Conservatorium of Music
- National Music Teachers’ Associations
- Tasmanian Education Department
- Arts bodies
- International contacts
- TMTA places a prominent advertisement in the yellow pages throughout the State and online. This provides a way of referring TMTA teachers to the enquiring public.
- TMTA members are automatically added to the Find a Teacher database available on this website.
- Additional publicity and advertising is made according to individual Branch requirements
Recommended minimum fee 2021
- The TMTA recommends a minimum fee of $80 per hour for one-on-one lessons for fully registered qualified teachers.
- Individual teachers may have higher rates.