HISTORY

Founded in 1932 as the B.C. Music Teachers Federation, the British Columbia Registered Music Teachers’ Association (BCRMTA) is the representative body of the profession of the private music teacher in British Columbia. Together with associations from Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba it helped to found the Federation of Music Teachers’ Associations (later called the CFMTA) in 1935.

In 1947 we received a provincial legislative charter and the bylaws of our Association are set up according to the provisions of Section 10 of “An Act Respecting British Columbia Registered Music Teachers’ Association”.

PURPOSE

The objectives of the association are the promotion of the art of music teaching and the maintenance of the honor and interests of the music teaching profession.

MEMBERSHIP

Over 1000 independent private music teachers from 21 branches across B.C. committed to professionalism and a high level of training, belong to our Association.

 

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CURRENT MEMBER DISCIPLINES

AccordionBassoonCelloChamber MusicClarinetCompositionConductingDouble BassFluteFortepianoFrench HornGuitarHarpHarpsichordJazz PianoLow BrassLuteOboeOrganPercussionPianoPiccoloRecorderSaxophoneTheory SpecialistTromboneTrumpetViolaViolinVoice

 

 

 

Through the BCRMTA the teachers are linked Provincially through individual branches and Nationally through the CFMTA-Canadian Federation of Music Teachers’ Associations. Each member is a part of the whole and the strength of the association lies with individuals and what they have to offer.