Welcome to the Iowa Music Teachers Association! Iowa Music Teachers Association Active Membership offers a mentoring program for young teachers and those who are new to the Association. Members are also afforded the opportunity to register for the Iowa Music Teachers State Conference at the reduced members rate.
Additional benefits of membership include:
IMTA’s proprietary repertoire list offers an extensive list of over 14,000 piano solo pieces at six different performance levels to assist with programming for your students.
Active members who teach in any area of music enjoy all benefits of membership and are entitled to participate in all IMTA activities, vote and hold office. Please join the many musicians and teachers who have benefitted from our important connections and ongoing professional development.
Mark your calendar!
October 19-20, 2019: IMTA/MTNA Student Competitions; Iowa State University. RESULTS posted here.
November 1, 2019 Composer Commissioning Deadline. See https://iamta.org/composer-commissioning.php for additional details or contact Richard Steinbach, Chair.
IMTA STATE AUDITIONS will be held on Saturday, March 14, 2020, at Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa.
MTNA NATIONAL CONFERENCE will be in Chicago, March 21-25, 2020. Details here.
IMTA STATE CONFERENCE will be held at UNI, Cedar Falls, Iowa on June 7-9. Look for details in the Winter and Spring IMT Magazines!
Send all events concerning your local association to email@example.com if you would like it to appear on the iamta.org events calendar.
The membership deadline date for all renewing members is now past due. In order to have access to the login area of the website or the ability to enter students in IMTA auditions, you must become a non-member. A non-member must ensure that the IMTA Treasurer receives payment at least 30 days in advance of the IMTA Auditions registration deadline in their district. Non-members have only limited access to the website and will not receive publications. You may still pay your membership dues after September 1 if you only wish to attend conferences, receive publications or enter in IMTA festivals.
Student members have until September 30th. If you wish to enter students in IMTA events of any kind, you must pay as a full member.
The 2019-20 Repertoire list is online. You may now begin entering student information for festivals or auditions. Should you see necessary corrections, please send to firstname.lastname@example.org
IMTA/MTNA & LOCAL DUES
IMTA/MTNA Dues deadline is July 1 for all renewing members. A grace period is offered between the time statements are issued at the end of April until September 1. *Student members must be paid by October 1, 2019. All other members are in good standing provided they have paid before September 1. New MTNA/IMTA members may pay at any time the first year and are offered a half-price membership after January 1.
*Any student member wishing to enter their students in IMTA competitive or non-competitive events must pay full IMTA and MTNA membership, due July 1, no later than September 1. (Effective immediately as of April 6 Board meeting.)
Sharon Jensen, State Local Associations Chair is always accepting “From the Heart” submissions for our magazine. Send to Sharon or email@example.com. You may submit your name or ask to remain anonymous.
Please support our sponsors by checking out the advertisers at the bottom of the home page. Many of them have clickable links to their businesses and/or schools. If you have students or parents who are researching music programs or summer camps in Iowa schools, please encourage them to explore those links. Teachers- you now have many quick links to order music supplies. Show them your appreciation of their partnership with IMTA!
WANT TO KNOW MORE ABOUT BECOMING A MEMBER of IMTA/MTNA?
Contact Joan Hopkins, mentor chair at firstname.lastname@example.org for valuable information.