Piano Educators Day 2019 

 

Monday 21st January

and 

Tuesday 22nd January

 


Buy Your Ticket:

Piano Educators Day Ticket Monday

Early Bird Ticket: $79.00 $69.00  

Piano Educators Day Ticket Tuesday

Early Bird Ticket: $79.00 $69.00  


Bernies Music Land invites you to the 10th annual Piano Educators Day.

Don't miss this exciting day exclusively for piano educators. Come and be inspired for the year ahead. Gain all the latest information and advice to ensure you have a sensational 2019!

Bernies Music Land invites you to an exciting day exclusively for piano educators. Come and be inspired for the year ahead. Gain all the latest information and advice to ensure you have a successful 2019!

Your students will love your ideas from Guide to 2019, with special guests and some of Australia’s favourite educators.

A special feature of the day is our exclusive mini Print Music Trade Fair, where you can explore new books and methods, and talk to representatives from major print music distributors. There will be very special offers on the day too!

To make sure you have all the useful resources for the year, you will receive a showbag of information and booklets, samples, goodies and much, much more.

This is an ideal activity for professional development, and a certificate of attendance will be provided.
All this will be presented on Monday 21st or Tuesday 22nd January and each day will feature the full program. Ticket price includes notes, lunch and refreshments. You won’t want to miss this fabulous day, so please enroll today!



Feedback from previous years

Dear Bernie and all your wonderful staff

My sincere thanks for another wonderful Piano Educators Day. It is always good to meet with other teachers, hear what’s happening in the music world and become acquainted with the latest ideas in pedagogy. I realise that there are many months of preparation for such events and I thank you for all your work in gaining such wonderful keynote speakers and representatives of examining boards. The music world is certainly neither boring or stagnant! In spite of the oppressive heat of the day I am sure all attendees left with fresh ideas to enthuse them for the year ahead.
Sincerely
Judith Lenthall


Dear Bernie,
Thanks for yesterday, it was a wonderful day. So many people I have known for many, many years. They all greeted me with 'a hug , pat on the back or hand shake'.

You have a wonderful 'Superstore'; I know Ross no.1 son likes walking through and looking at all the instruments. I benefited by him driving me to the store and returning for me later.
Everything ran so smoothly yesterday; I can only imagine the preparation work you, your daughter and staff must have done. ( I loved being greeted by Michelle and seeing your two grandsons.)
In particular I enjoyed talking to Mathews Tyson and hearing about his business and what he is next going to do re examining in Italy. Ross is working on my family history; my Great Grandfather was from Northern Italy and the family members were merchants. (The men were very musical and learned with the violin.) I inherited the red hair! Ross has also found (Coswello should be Cosovel.)

Keep up the good work.
Warm reagrds - June McLean


Dear Michelle,
Thank you so much for inviting me to yesterday's Piano Educators Day.

I enjoyed the quick presentations as well as the keynote presenters. All so interesting and very applicable to my teaching.
I left feeling inspired and felt it was a wonderful way to start the year!
I hope I can become more involved with the presentations/seminars and masterclasses at BML throughout the year!

Sincerest thanks again,
David McNicol