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Black Musicians Association

Of Tarrant County

BMATC Mission


To foster a spirit of fellowship and cooperation among black church musicians, directors,

and instrumentalist who are actively working or retired in the field of music.
To preserve the work and memory of former instrumentalists, directors, and vocalists who had worked in churches in Tarrant County.
To develop and fund scholarships targeting talented and worthy students matriculating in related fields of study.
To serve as a resource network for the advancement of all genres of church music and foster performances representative of sound principles and give significant support to many musicians who bring respect to the culture, history, and tradition in music.

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BMATC is your source of connections.  Get acquainted with your peers in the Art of Gospel Music.  

“The sound from the BMATC Band is just what you can expect from this versatile and talented group of musicians. Your love of music, your drive for perfection, and your fortitude to do what it takes to ‘get it right’ has paid off. You are ‘The Sound of Music’. Thanks for touching our soul.”     
~Troy Nell Edmon, President BMATC


A kaleidoscope of musical celebratory services, workshops, and hymn sessions.


Awarded to music majors who show excellence in required studies.


A support group inspiring young people to continue development of their skills.


Be a part of this circle of skilled, talented, educated, & trained gospel musicians.

Your contributions will go a long way.  Please consider making a Donation to BMATC today!  Click on the Donate button to begin.

Upcoming Events

See more details on our Events page.  

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