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Welcome to the Bolton-Caledon-Brampton branch of the Ontario Registered Music Teachers' Association

 

Who We Are

The Ontario Registered Music Teachers' Association (ORMTA) was founded in 1885, re-established in 1936, incorporated as a not-for-profit organization in 1946, and received charitable status in 2009. We are a provincial organization managed by a volunteer council and comprised of more than 1300 Registered Music Teachers and related members across Ontario.

The aim of the ORMTA is to encourage and provide the highest calibre of music education possible and to promote exceptional standards of music in each community.

The ORMTA organizes and presents a wide range of programs on behalf of its members and their students, both on a local and provincial level. This includes performance competitions, an annual music writing competition, Canada Music Week celebrations, awards to recognize outstanding teaching, conventions, recitals, professional development, and more.

For more information, please visit ormta.org.

 

Events

2020 Awards Concert

Canada Music Week Awards Ceremony and Concert. We are pleased, once again, to present awards to those students of teachers belonging to the ORMTA, B-B-C Branch, for exam and/or festival high marks in either voice, instrumental, and music theory. Congratulations to all participating students. 

Concert for Wellspring

Saturday, April 17, 2021

This year, we will be virtually holding our annual concert to benefit the Wellspring Cancer Centre. 

2021 ORMTA Piano Festival

May 1 - 8, 2021

Our music festival has been gaining a reputation for being positive and of high quality.  We take great care in selecting adjudicators and giving ample time for adjudications.  

 
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Congratulations to Serena Kuang, student of ORMTA BBC teacher, Koichi Inoue. Serena placed 2nd in the ORMTA GTA Zone Comeptition in the Intermediate Instrumental category! 

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