This course includes:
- Five intensive sessions (7+ hours of video) outlining a logical teaching order of standard piano literature, Baroque to Contemporary, from the late elementary to early advanced levels.
- Demonstration of example repertoire.
- Useful teaching tips and techniques you can take right to the studio.
- Handouts to inform you what to teach at each level.
- PDF guides to help you match method books and repertoire collections to each level of study.
- LIVE GROUP COACHING CALLS (webinars) where I provide answers to your submitted questions about repertoire and post them in the course for your review.
You will have lifetime access to this course and all content upgrades added in the future!
Our next LIVE Q&A Group Coaching Call is January 16, 2019! VIDEO REPLAYS for the Group Coaching Calls in 2017 and 2018 are available inside the course for you to review at your leisure. Inside are answers to several pressing questions from teachers around the world about teaching the classics.
Founder ELIZABETH GUTIERREZ began Piano Teacher Academy in 2016 as an extension of her instructional blog and summer camp. Piano Camp for Piano Teachers (pianoteachercamp.com). She has years of experience teaching piano, piano pedagogy, and piano literature to undergraduate and graduate students at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the University of Texas at San Antonio. She has given numerous workshops and master classes to working independent teachers around the globe both in person and via livestream on Facebook and Periscope and also as a national clinician for Faber Piano Adventures. For her workshops and online courses, she draws on her extensive background as an independent teacher, professor, performer, and composer/editor/author. Elizabeth is well-known for her engaging, inclusive approach to nurturing the piano teaching community via print, video, and social media.
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What teachers are saying....
I have watched about half of the videos and printed the handouts and can tell everyone that a LOT of work has gone into this. If you are getting your repertoire lists ready for the fall and wanting a good sampling of classical pieces, this is the place to go. It is complete with an extensive list divided by levels and Elizabeth plays a sampling of most of them. The handouts include a musical example also. – Lizbeth Atkinson, Ohio
"I have enjoyed and benefited from the videos so much. I enter my students in our state program each year. Our state has 12 levels similar to Jane
Magrath but 12!!! It has really been hard for me since my college back in the 70's did not have a good pedagogy class. Thanks for your consideration..." – Betty Lawson, Oregon
“Learning to “level” music is always a challenge and the information was very clear and helpful." – Joy Timmons, Texas
Your sessions were so very informative, and I look forward to putting the knowledge to work this year. FINALLY I've started getting excited about teaching again. And u helped! Thank you, Lord. – Jan Forester, Texas