History

The CFMTA was founded on August 24, 1935 in Vancouver by a group of professional musicians who were also recognized as eminent teachers. They represented the Provincial Associations of British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. The impetus for the formation of this organization resulted from correspondence between Minnie Boyd of Winnipeg and Roy Robertson of Vancouver, as well as through consultation with the Presidents of the four founding Provincial Organizations.  More . . .


Membership - How to Join 

The CFMTA/FCAPM offers membership to qualified music teachers through Provincial Associations. Requirements vary from province to province. For clarification, please see provincial website for provincial contacts and more details. More . . 


Officers and Chairs 

Head Office Contact Information - Executive Officers More . . .


Provincial Executive Listing

Delegate's and Executive listing for each Provinces More . . .


Calendar

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Searching for a Registered Music Teacher?

CFMTA has more than 3,500 teachers who are registered in their provincial associations.
For the provinces/territory you can search the membership of the area you live in, or are moving to, by entering your Postal Code or city and the distance that you are prepared to travel.  More . . .