European Piano Teachers Association



Welcome to the 38th International EPTA Conference
Reykjavík, Iceland, 22nd–25th September 2016



Inspired by Iceland – watch video here 


Call for papers:

“Teaching in the 21st Century – Modern methods and material”


Iceland 2016





The deadline for all entries was 6th February 2016.

For further details please check regularly on EPTA Iceland website or send an e-mail.




It can aptly be said that EPTA represents

The voice of piano teachers everywhere.

Piano Teachers – join EPTA, so that we can speak with one voice!
European pianists and teachers, join your National EPTA and subscribe to the Piano Journal.


EPTA – European Piano Teachers Association

is the most prestigious Organisation with almost 40 National Associations in Europe.

EPTA’s aims are:

  • To work towards raising the standard of piano teaching and performance,
  • To establish close links with pianists and piano teachers everywhere,
  • To organize conferences and workshops where teachers can meet, exchange ideas and have discussions in open forums.


Murray McLachlan, EPTA Executive Committee Chair:



22nd–25th October 2015 EPTA NETHERLANDS hosted the extremely successful 37th European Conference of EPTA Associations in the Conservatorium van Amsterdam. EPTA is most grateful to the wonderful Committee of EPTA Netherlands for all their hard work in preparing this most interesting Conference.

Click to find out more about the Conference programme or see the pictures





Founded by Carola Grindea in 1978 in London it has today grown along with the expansion of the European borders. Every association organizes its own congresses, workshops, seminars, recitals, masterclasses and is committed to present Young Artists Platforms, Competitions and European Young Artists Festivals. An Annual Conference of all EPTA Associations is held every year in a different country under the presidency of the host Association.



Carola Grindea (1914–2009)



Piano Journal

The first European magazine devoted entirely to the PIANO in all its aspects is published by EPTA.


Piano Journal 107

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