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As a not-for-profit association, the Ontario Registered Music Teachers' Association relies greatly on the generosity of individuals and organizations to fulfill it's mandate of facilitating quality music education initiatives.

Your donation helps support our performance competitions providing opportunities for talented young musicians.  

Whatever your reason for donating, you can have peace of mind that the ORMTA will use your funds wisely to continue our long tradition of being the pre-eminent music education institution in Ontario.


Scholarship Donations

Scholarship Donations can be made online using the links below or by cheque. Tax receipts will be issued for mailed donations of $50 or more.

Mail cheques to:Nancy Dale, ORMTA Provincial Treasurer
PO Box 1639
Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON
L0S 1J0


Current Student Prizes

The Ontario Registered Music Teachers' Association is pleased to offer a number of awards and scholarships to talented music students in a variety of disciplines - from performance, to composition, to pedagogy. But to continue this tradition, we need your help!

You have the option of establishing your own award, or supporting an existing one. By committing to a specific annual amount for a specified number of years, your gift can be directed to your area of interest.

Among our current donors are corporate partners, ORMTA members, and friends and family of ORMTA members and their students. Your contribution to an ORMTA Student Prize will help us achieve our goal of ensuring that all talented music students get rewarded for their hard work and get an opportunity to move ahead with their studies. 

For more information, please contact ORMTA Fundraising Coordinator, Ann Pichette-Fasciano.

Please select a scholarship Fund below to donate.


ORMTA's 2020 Convention will be held on September 11th and 12th. If you would like to contribute to a Convention event, please use the links below.

Workshops will include:
  • Tony Caramia - "Jazzy Students"
  • Laura Thomas - "Drum Circle"
  • Quartetto Gelato - "Defining Your Individuality - Playing to Your Strengths
Master Classes will include:
  • Brett Polegato - "English Repertoire" and "French Repertoire"
  • Tony Caramia - "Improvisation on an Existing Piece"
Receptions and meals will include:
  • Breakfasts
  • Nutrition Breaks to provide hydration and healthy snacks
  • Meet & Greet Reception with fireworks
  • OCTA Luncheon - a celebratory lunch to honour excellence in teaching (members are nominated by Brach colleagues)
  • AGM Luncheon - a business luncheon and Annual General Meeting (for members only)
  • Gala Dinner and Entertainment - fine dining with a performance by Quartetto Gelato