One of the primary goals of the New Brunswick Registered Music Teachers' Association (NBRMTA) is to provide leadership in music education and to promote and support high standards of education among our members. Professional learning is a long-term, self-directed, and evolutionary process.  By exploring instructional techniques, refining professional practices, and broadening ourselves, both as educators and as individuals, we as teachers continue to discover and expand the pathways to improve our professional practice.

One way that NBRMTA accomplishes this mandate is by supporting and providing further opportunities to our members in their professional learning.  Some of these opportunities are offered within New Brunswick and others are offered by CFMTA/FCAPM.

The Professional Development section of the Canadian Federation of Music Teachers' Association (CFMTA) website offers teaching resources for ourselves and our students, pedagogical articles and links, videos of world-renown artists, interviews by great pedagogues, video lectures exploring instructional techniques, discussion forums, and the list goes on. Whether a teacher beginning a professional career or a highly experienced teacher, we will each find something to aid us in our professional learning.

New Brunswick Registered Music Teachers' Association Annual General Meeting for 2017

The AGM for the NBRMTA will be held in Woodstock, NB on Saturday, June 17th, 2017 at Woodstock Baptist Church.

Please visit the Workshops and Masterclasses page for the workshops overview, schedule of events, fees and registration form. Deadline for registration is June 12th, 2017.

NB Workshops and Masterclasses

The NBRMTA strives to offer an updated list of continuing education opportunities for it's members and encourage anyone offering workshops or masterclasses to please email the webmaster with the details of your event.

Please visit our webpage for the most up to date workshop and masterclass information in New Brunswick.


As music teachers, we are committed to the success of our students in their pursuit of musical excellence.  Research in music pedagogy plays an integral role in this pursuit.


Please visit our links page to find other teachers' associations, as well as general music links.

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