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Welcome to the Omaha Music Teachers Association, (OMTA),
Website. The organization was established in 1933 and merged with Private
Music Instructors in 2000. OMTA has a membership of over 100 qualified and
experienced teachers. The average teaching experience is 20 years. Forty
percent of our teachers have earned their bachelors degree in Music. Thirty
percent of those have gone on to complete their Masters and Doctoral
programs. We offer private and group lessons in all major instrument
The benefits of membership include:
A listing in our directory that is available to the
public in retail stores throughout the Omaha Metro area. *Your
primary listing in our directory includes one name, one phone number,
one address under your main teaching instrument. Additional
addresses, phone numbers, and instruments may be listed, at $10.00 per
on our website, searchable by zip code, instrument and in alphabetical order. This
listing will be the same as in our printed directory, including
additional information. The $10.00 fee will not be duplicated.
Monthly programs September thru May that address a variety of topics
designed to inspire, develop skills, and inform teachers on current and
new teaching ideas and methods.
Free attendance to the
Students of OMTA teachers are able to participate in all
of OMTA's events: The Music
Senior Scholarship Award,
Young Artist Competition, and
The Trophy Festival. (Some restrictions will apply. See each
individual event for further information.)
General Membership Meetings September -May, members are
encouraged to attend and participate. These meetings are the same day as
the monthly programs.
December and May Luncheons, members are responsible for
the cost of the Lunch.
are effective from July through June. To be listed in the directory dues
must be paid by May 31.
Our Mission Statement
The purpose for which the Association is organized and
operated is exclusively literary and educational, as defined in Section 501
(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and its regulations as they now exist or
as they may hereafter be amended. The purpose of this Association
shall be the advancement of music education, and in specific furtherance
To conduct programs and activities to build a vital
musical culture and an enlightened musical public for the benefit
and the general welfare of all persons;
To ensure that every student shall have access to a
balanced, comprehensive, and high-quality program of music
To facilitate the education of music teachers.
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Our members are affiliated With:
Nebraska Music Teachers Association
Music Teachers National Association
Nebraska Federation of Music Clubs
National Guild of Piano Teachers
How to Join
Find a teacher