We've grouped some of the most pertinent piano sites under one umbrella, to better meet your technique needs.
Many of them have been reviewed at Piano Technique Reviews which you can see below.
At PianoTechnique.net we try not to favor one approach over another, but find the common seed of wisdom in many seemingly disparate approaches.
We aim to cover all the bases - if there is a site you think should be in our data base but is not yet here, please let us know using the email form below.
New developments in piano technique in the first decades of the 21st century are bringing both physical ability and musicianship to new levels of mastery. It is an exciting time to be a pianist and a pedagogue!
Alan Fraser is a forward-looking piano educator whose wide-ranging knowledge led to the development of this site. Now writing his fifth book on piano technique, he is sought after worldwide as an educator and presenter.
Milosh is our backbone in the warehouse and our backup for customer interface. Hailing originally from Lizdup in Bosnia, he has been a faithful member of the team from day 1.
Jovan is a self-taught web designer who began with small sites for Maple Grove Music Productions' first several online stores, before graduating to coding and running our sister piano lesson video site, PianoTechnique.org. Jovan hails from Valjevo, Serbia, studied piano with Alan Fraser at the Art Academy of the University of Novi Sad, Serbia, and now lives in Utrecht in the Netherlands, sharing his space and his life with childhood sweetheart and ecological biologist Sanya Sarajevska.
Sophia is the non-musician team member, our link to a more normal world. She meditates, does yoga, is great with graphics and is a sometime tatoo artist - she keeps our energy positive and our feet on the ground.
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I am a Feldenkrais practitioner as well as pianist. Moshe Feldenkrais was an amazingly wide-read scientist who drew on literally dozens of different modalities in developing his own revolutionary approach to improving human movement. I have tried to make this site reflect the amazing richness of existing and developing approaches to piano technique. No one view is suited to all pianists. Each of us has our own starting point, our own particular path for growth. I hope that this diversity of approach is reflected in this site's structure and content, so that you have the best possible chance of finding something that relates to your particular situation. Enjoy!
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