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American Pianists Association
The mission of the American Pianists Association is to discover, promote and advance the careers of young, American, world-class jazz and classical pianists. We celebrate the beauty of music through America's premier jazz and classical awards.
A Seat at the Piano: Promoting Inclusion in Piano Repertoire
A Seat at the Piano promotes and advocates for the inclusion, study, and performance of a more equitably representative body of piano works. By creating a resource for musicians, pedagogues, and curious music appreciators, ASAP aims to broaden their knowledge of composers and their works.
Piano Magazine is the leading resource for pianists, piano teachers, and piano enthusiasts. We bring you informative, interesting, and inspiring ideas on all aspects of piano teaching, learning, and performing. The official name of Clavier Companion magazine was changed to Piano Magazine in 2019.
The Piano Education Page
he Piano Education Page (PEP) is a non-commercial, unbiased, one-stop resource for teachers, students, parents of students, and fans of the piano
The Frances Clark Center For Keyboard Pedagogy
The mission of the Frances Clark Center is to extend the influence of her inclusive and revolutionary philosophy of music education at the keyboard. In so doing, the Center will conduct research, develop and codify successful methodologies and applications, and disseminate its work in the form of publications, seminars, and conferences that focus on improving the quality of teaching.
Color in My Piano
A blog dedicated to excellence in piano teaching.
Susan Paradis: Piano Teaching Resources
On this site you will find a treasure chest of colorful, creative and fun piano teaching material.
Piano Pedagogy Plus
Piano Pedagogy Plus aims to provide resources for piano teachers and students. The website is authored by Jon Ensminger, a piano teacher and software developer in the U. P. of Michigan.
Piano Technicians Guild
The Piano Technician's Guild is the world's premier source of expertise in piano service and technology. We represent more than 100 years of collective knowledge, over 4,000 global members and the industry's only recognized piano service certification program, the Registered Piano Technician.