After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music.
Aldous Huxley

Dallas Music Teachers Association

All of life is a journey. Getting where you want to go is a process of embracing the mundane steps over and over, realizing that they are the conduit to achieving goals. The most important thing about goals is having them!

Where will this year take you? Where will it take your students? What goals have you set for yourself and your students?

Look at the wonderful opportunities DMTA has to offer you and your students. Maybe enter students in a new event. Maybe become a mentor to a young teacher. Maybe ask an experienced teacher for guidance. Chart your course, setting your sights on what you wish to achieve. All of life is a journey. Where will yours take you?


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Upcoming Program Highlights

Wednesday, November 1 2017, 10:00 AM

(Steinway Hall Dallas)  Sean Kennard returns to give another recital. Back by popular demand, his recital last year was one of the finest I've heard in a while. You won't want to miss it! Sean is newly appointed piano faculty at Stetson University in Florida; he was a finalist in the 2013 Queen Elisabeth Competition.

Sunday, January 7 2018, 4:00 PM

(Steinway Hall Dallas) Newly appointed Ohio University piano faculty Dr. Stephanie Wu comes to give a recital of Bach, Schumann, Ravel and Gershwin. Dr. Wu holds her DMA from Juilliard; she has soloed with the Chicago Symphony and has performed on WQXR (NYC)

Sunday, February 11 2018, 4:00 PM

(held at Collora Piano) Dr. Esther Park, piano faculty at Eastern Tennessee University, will present a recital. She holds degrees from Yale and Juilliard; she has performed with many major orchestras in the United States and Europe, including the Houston Symphony, the Shanghai Philharmonic, among many others. She has also been a top prize winner in many different international piano competitions.