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Rounding up the SPRING RECITALS! 

We have one more weekend of these amazing students in recital! Come join us!

A huge thank you to all of the teachers and students who participated in the auditions. 

We are so excited to showcase the wonderful talents that New Jersey has! Congratulations to all of the students who were accepted for the recitals.

Come and let your ears feast on the wondrous sounds of our students!

MAY 19 & 20

PIANO (South Jersey) @ 4:00 PM...Boyd Recital Hall(Wilson Hall) at Rowan University

MAY 20

PIANO (South Jersey) @ 3:00 PM, 5:00 PM...Boyd Recital Hall(Wilson Hall) at Rowan University.

CHINESE INSTRUMENTS @ 7:00 PM...Gill Memorial Chapel of Rider University

Call for Proposals NOW OPEN for 2018 State Conference!

Do you have a workshop or presentation you've been wanting to share with your colleagues?  Do you have useful ideas or information that you find you are constantly sharing with other teachers? Please consider giving a session at this year's annual state conference on November 10 and 11, 2018. 

We welcome proposals for all topics related to teaching and performing music.  Visit the Conference Proposal page or contact President-Elect/Conference Chair Renae Block with any questions.  

Please submit your online proposals by June 30th.  Thank you!

Do you have a suggestion or an idea to share with other members?

We now have a Discussion Forum page where members can share ideas, thoughts, and suggestions with other members of NJMTA. 

Congratulations to NJMTA board member Christina Xie for being elected to the position of Eastern Division Director for the 2020-2022 term!  She will serve as Director-Elect from now until that time.  

Thank you to all of the NJMTA members who supported Christina!


Being a member of NJMTA has many benefits.  

Visit the MTNA site to join. 

Founded in 1954, NJMTA is an affiliate of the Music Teachers National Association (MTNA), a professional music teachers' association. We seek to advance the musical knowledge, to promote professional growth among music teachers, i.e. to encourage and support teaching, performance, composition and the appreciation of music through various learning and performance opportunities. 

We are a nonprofit organization whose funds are used solely to accomplish these objectives.

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