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Piano Teachers

It’s Back to School Time!

August 27, 2015 |

In honor of the new school year, we’re excited to announce the launch of Back to School with new content including the first 3 books of a very popular series – Alfred’s Basic Piano Library as well as all … Read More

Irina Gorin and Her Tales of Success at the Piano

May 17, 2015 | 1

Exploring the library of Piano Maestro, you’ll find a growing collection of method and supplementary books that offer a wide range of styles and approaches to learning how to play the piano. The method books entitled Tales of a Musical … Read More

The Best Stress free Business Practices for Your Studio

May 5, 2015 |

Teaching piano has often been thought to be a rewarding career, but not one in which you can make a consistent living. However, all of that has changed given the sound business advice that Wendy Stevens, among others, have been … Read More

Interview with E. L. Lancaster & Gayle Kowalchyk of Alfred Music

May 4, 2015 |

We spoke with teachers, editors, and authors Gayle Kowalchyk and E. L. Lancaster of Alfred Music on using Alfred publications in collaboration with Piano Maestro. Here’s what they had to say!

When did you first hear about Piano Maestro?  We first … Read More

Elena Cobb: The Inside Scoop on “My Piano Trip To London”

April 16, 2015 |

With the release of “My Piano Trip to London” we spoke to the author Elena Cobb, to learn more about “My Piano Trip to London” and why it’s such a great fit for Piano Maestro.

Exploring Supersonics Piano with Piano Maestro

February 11, 2015 |

With the release of “learn mode” for Supersonics book B & C we spoke to the author of Supersonics, Daniel McFarlane, to learn more about Supersonics and why it’s such a good fit for Piano Maestro.

What makes … Read More

Parents of Piano Students: Consider the Wisdom of Winston Churchill

February 10, 2015 | 3

Spoiler Alert for those who have not seen the movie, The Imitation Game!

The Imitation Game tells the true story of Alan Turing who was hired by the British government to

crack the codes of Germany’s WWII Enigma machine used to … Read More

Happy Birthday Mozart!

January 27, 2015 | 1

In honor of the composers birthday today we wanted to test your skills to see, how well do you know Mozart? Take this quiz to find out and share your knowledge with your friends, family and fellow music lovers! 

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Team Up with Piano Maestro to Master Piano Scales

December 11, 2014 |

Although young musicians may believe scales to be a fishy way to spend time during a lesson, we as teachers know it’s important to hook them into a scale routine as early as possible. The Royal Conservatory Music Development Program and … Read More

Performing with Piano Maestro in a Recital Setting – All You Need to Know

December 2, 2014 | 2

How to put Piano Maestro to work in your studio recital

As a piano teacher, recitals are my favorite time of year. I love watching beginning students gain confidence. I love watching older students excited to show off their new … Read More