The following teachers are currently advertising studio openings, please click on the appropriate city on the interactive map or on the city list below the map for contact information:


Bothell: Tamara Wagle, Dr. Miji Yoo
Edmonds: Mariya G. Koshkina, Angela Michael, NCTM, Jennie Holland, Keva Vaughan-McMorrow, NCTM (Piano, Composition, Music Theory, Harpsichord, Chamber Music), Dawn Taylor-May
Kenmore: Robert Jones
Lynwood: Martha Channon
Mill Creek: Shih-Yi Kuan
Mountlake Terrace: Amber Saldivar
Mukilteo: Valerie Munns Gathright, NCTM
Edmonds, Lynnwood, Shoreline, Lake Forest Park, Bothel: Peter Renhard
Shoreline, Lake Forest Park, Montlake Terrace: Dr. Susan Hurley


Bothell: Dr. Miji Yoo
Edmonds: Jennie Holland
Mill Creek: Shih-Yi Kuan


Edmonds, Lynnwood, Shoreline, Lake Forest Park: Peter Renhard

Click on the above map locations to find all your local EMTA music teachers or click on the same cities listed below:

BellevueBothell, BrierEdmondsEverettKenmoreKirkland,
Lake Forest ParkLynnwoodMill Creek, Mountlake Terrace,

What does Nationally Certified Teacher of Music (NCTM) mean?
The Music Teacher National Association (MTNA) Professional Certification program exists for teachers who teach music to students of any age level in private or group settings. The program is based upon a set of five standards defining what a competent music teacher should know and be able to do. Upon fulfillment of these standards, applicants are granted the MTNA Professional Certification credential with the designation, Nationally Certified Teacher of Music (NCTM). To maintain the MTNA Professional Certification credential and designation, NCTM must continue fulfilling the program’s standards through the renewal process.