Connecting Music Teachers & Students on the Gulf Coast
The Mobile Music Teachers Association (MMTA) was organized in 1919 and is affiliated with the Alabama Music Teachers Association and the Music Teachers National Association.The Mobile Music Teachers Association sponsors four main events each year. These are the Sonata Competition, the Piano Virtuoso Competition, the Honors Program and the Ensemble Extravaganza.
Members of the Mobile Music Teachers Association enjoy the benefits of entering their students in these events and having the opportunity to share ideas with other teachers. Monthly meetings have programs that help teachers continue their education in music. Contact us for information about membership or answers to any other questions.
The University of South Alabama Children's and Women's Hospitalis looking for pianists to come play the hospital's Steinway, Call Volunteer Services at 251-415-1123 to set a time or click here.
Front Row Left to Right:Jerrick Phan, Anthony Xing, Catherine Chung, TuAnh Cao, Kendall Maull, Nathan Wallace, Ella Frances Scott, Elizabeth Chen, Lilly Grace MacKinnon, Luke BobingerMiddle Row Left to Right:Andrew Erdman, Abrielle Le, Anna Brooke Haskew, Hannah Lee, Maci Higgins, Bethany Davis, William Xi, Adhvika Mahadevan, CJ BockholdBack Row Left to Right:Kyndall Ransom, Hayley Shaul, Carson Ramsey, Ben Cockrell, Emma Holm, Devin Van Cleave, Gabriella Loiacaho
2016 Sonata Contest Winners
Front row left, Vivienne Raczkowski. Middle, Emily Page Counts. Right, Mia Welford.2nd row left, Kate Ginger. Right, Abby Ferlise. 3rd row left, Jasmine Rae Blakeney. 3 row right, Vincent Ngwyen. 4th row left, Raely Langston. Right, Susanna Hoppe. 5th row left, Lydia Van Cleave. Right, Catherine Chung. Top row left , Garrett Li. Right, Reagan Strum.
2016 Honors Recital
Front row, Harrison Foster. 2nd row right, Rachel Smith. Left, Erin Brown. 3rd row, Hanna Bobinger. Top row right, Caroline Elliot. Left, Abby Cunningham.
Erica Burleson, student of Carol Evers and daughter of Kelley Burleson, was an AMTA state winner in piano, and played on the Division III recital at Auburn University in June. Natalie Newton, student of Bob Holm, was also a winner, and performed.