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    - Dr. Tracey Laird, Agnes Scott College Music Chair
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    - Geary Brogden, Minister of Music, Ramah Baptist Church
    "My Baldwin piano sounds great, never sounded this good since the day I bought it."
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For Piano Teacher & Professors

Have you or your students ever asked why . . .

– am I performing correctly but the piano isn’t doing what I want?
– does my neighbor’s piano sound and play better than mine?
– does my piano feel so heavy when playing fortissimo?
– does my piano not sound as good as it used to?
– do some talented piano students struggle?
– do some great pianos sound awful?
– is it difficult to play pianissimo?

 

Why were you never taught the answers to these questions?  Piano pedagogy and performance curriculums do a fantastic job of training performers and teachers.  But, being that pianists’ rely on more than just their skill alone to produce beautiful music, it is imperative that they have a basic understanding of what else contributes towards that goal.

The t³Piano Institute (pronounced “t-Cubed”) is available to equip you, the piano instructor, with the answers to these questions and more.  Click here to learn more.