MTNA has compiled this list of resources to assist you in your studio.
A How-To Guide for Hosting Successful Online Adjudicated Events
This guide is designed to help successfully plan and execute festivals or competitions as virtual events. It includes specific suggestions and best practices for collecting online registrations and payments, scheduling and communication, pre-recorded and live virtual event planning, collecting music scans for adjudicators and dividing work among volunteers. Learn More.
Resources for MTNA Members During the COVID-19 Pandemic
MTNA understands that music teachers are facing many unique personal and professional challenges during the COVID-19 health crisis. In order to save you time and effort, MTNA has compiled a curated list of some of the best and most helpful resources to support your teaching practice during this unprecedented time. The list will be updated regularly as additional resources become available, so check back frequently for the latest additions. We are continually on the lookout for the best resources, so please contact MTNA at firstname.lastname@example.org to make suggestions for the list. (The resource list is for informational purposes only and does not constitute an endorsement by MTNA.) View the list.
Collaborative Music Commissioning Project
Since 2011, the culmination of the Year of Collaborative Music, MTNA has premiered of chamber music pieces commissioned by MTNA. Learn the history of this project.
The Independent Piano Teacher's Studio Handbook
The Independent Piano Teacher's Studio Handbook, by Beth Gigante Klingenstein, contains several references to resources found here on the MTNA website.
Intermediate Chamber Music Repertoire
Download an Excel file of intermediate chamber music repertoire.
Jazz History Database
A non-profit collaboration between Worcester Polytechnic Institute and the Massachusetts Association, the Jazz History Database contains information for those teaching jazz.