You'll find lots of information here about our district association and events we offer for students and teachers. Take your time, look around, and learn about what we do. Please feel free to contact us if you have questions. We welcome new members!
We are affiliated with the Music Teachers National Association (MTNA), the oldest professional organization of independent and collegiate music teachers in the United States. Our district is an association of approximately 85 professional musicians. Whether you are looking for music lessons with a private piano teacher or an instructor of voice, strings, organ, or guitar, you will find one here.
We were honored to have been chosen from hundreds of districts across the United States as MTNA 2015 Local Association of the Year.
Our organization promotes musical knowledge and education among our member teachers and their students. We offer your students performance opportunities and educational programs, including music festivals, competitions, and the Syllabus Evaluation program. Our activities provide musical enrichment and advancement for students and build appreciation of music in our communities. Our members hail from the greater Portland area and beyond including McMinnville, Salem, Wilsonville, and Canby. We are proud to be the fastest growing OMTA District in the state!
For membership inquiries contact Lisa Mendes. For all other inquiries please click here.
Co-Presidents: Auksuole Jackunaite & Karen Huntsberger
Secretary: Deanna Peabody
Treasurer: Kristen Cichoski
Immediate Past President: Teresa Sealey
Baroque Festival: Myrna Setiawan & Mahroo Hamedani
Composition Celebration: Chikako Doane
Ensemble Festival: TBA
Festival of Ribbons: Patti Widener & Audrey Horowitz
Historian: Joyce Bradshaw
Membership: Lisa Mendes
PLTL Playing Class: Dianne Davies
Presentation Coordinator: Mahroo Hamedani
Pop Festival: No festival in 2024
Publicity Coordinator: Jim Walls
Sacred Recital: No festival in 2024
Scholarship: Angela Kelley & Myrna Setiawan
Sonatina Gallery Chair: TBA
Syllabus: Linda Rodgers
Webmaster: Audrey Horowitz
The purpose of Tualatin Valley OMTA is the advancement of musical knowledge and education. Activities of TVOMTA are aimed at the promotion of the art of music, the advancement of musical education, and the appreciation of music among the people of the community.
MTNA, OMTA, and TVOMTA do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, age, religion, disability or handicap, gender identity, or any other characteristic protected under federal law. Age parameters for events, if any, are listed on the Student Events page.
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