Steinway Piano Gallery Concerto Competition

Austin District Music Teachers Association in partnership with Steinway Piano Gallery of Austin announces a new competition for area students from 1st – 12th grades.  For information about eligibility and repertoire requirements click here.  The Steinway Piano Gallery Concerto Competition helps to promote the study and performance of concerto repertoire by young pianists.  The auditions are open to the public and will be held on April 8th at Steinway Piano Gallery.  For more information visit  

Generous sponsorship for this event is provided by Steinway Piano Gallery Austin. A portion of all piano sales between April 1st – April 15th, 2017 will be donated to help ADMTA expand our programs to enrich lives through music education. Visit or contact Matt Bird, matthew@ if questions.

Austin Youth Music Ambassadors 2016-2017

Sponsored by the Austin District Music Teachers Association, AYMA gives opportunities for students to perform in public and share the benefits of music study in their lives.

Auditions are held each October for 1st–12th grade pianists, other instrumentalists or vocalists. Please check for application deadline and instructions at under the “forms/events” link of the “member resources” area.

These students are encouraged to share their talents in the community as they work in tandem with various charitable organizations. The teachers and their students work with others in the arts community to present outstanding concert experiences providing outreach through educational programs.

If you are interested in sponsoring or hosting an Austin Youth Ambassador’s concert, please email Please visit or visit the ADMTA Facebook page for updates about upcoming AYMA concerts. Concerts are free and open to the public.

Celebrate ADMTA’s Centennial 1917-2017

The Austin District Music Teachers Association is celebrating 100 years since its founding in 1917! The Centennial luncheon was on Friday, April 28th at 11:30am at Chateau Bellevue, 708 San Antonio Street in Austin. The afternoon featured a program including musical performances as well as special guest speakers. There was also an archival display for viewing during the luncheon.