Piano Educators Day 2022

Piano Educators Day 2021 - COVID Edition

An Invitation To Piano Teachers:

Bernies Music Land invites you to kick start your 2022 teaching year at Piano Educators Day! This all-new drop in event means you can be inspired and get up to date, collect useful resources and browse new books and musical gear for the year ahead.

We invite you to book now for our 12th annual Piano Educators Day. Print or save the Piano Educators Day A4 flyer here

Don't miss your chance to:

The January 2022 Event:

This year, Piano Educators Day will look quite different however we guarantee that you will still enjoy it! To help keep numbers Covid safe, please book a morning or afternoon time block for your visit by clicking on the options below. You can arrive at any time during this bracket, and stay for as long as you like.

Bookings or Enquiries please call: 9872 5122 or email us at info@musicland.com.au

Piano Educators Day Coupons

New for 2021, teachers are invited to use exclusive coupons only at Piano Educators Day. This includes 50% off an AMEB syllabus and much more! Printed copies will be coming to teachers on our mailing list, but you can view and print your copy here.

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Bernies Music Land will be adhering to number limits for this drop in event. We are fortunate to have large showrooms and fresh air running through our air-conditioning systems.

Upon entry, we request you to sanitize your hands (provided) and / or wash them using our facilities. If you are unwell or at risk, please stay at home. Our cleaning team will regularly wipe touch points and keep our cleaning standards high.

Information is constantly changing and we are doing our best to keep up to date with the regulations. We will communicate with you if any changes arise.

Additional Information

Interstate Guests
Bernies Music Land warmly welcomes guests from around Australia for this fabulous event. There are a handful of great professional development events on in Melbourne this week and it will be well worth the trip!

What’s Included
Your booking session includes a showbag with all the latest news from examination boards including AMEB, ANZCA, Trinity London, ABRSM and St. Cecilia School of Music, tea, coffee, biscuits as well as inspiration for the year ahead. During the session you may also collect brochures, free samplers and other treats as we go along. If you have special dietary requirements, please phone us on 03 9872 5122.

Free parking is available on both sides of the building.

Disabled Access
Disabled access is most welcome. Please phone us on 03 9872 5122 so we can cater to your needs and make it a comfortable day for you.

Plenty of toilets are available on-site.

Previous Piano Educators Days

  • Educators Day 2020
  • Educators Day 2020
  • Educators Day 2020
  • Educators Day 2020

For eleven years, Bernies Music Land’s Piano Educators Day program in January has been an essential event on the calendar of piano teachers.

The 2020 program was the best yet, with keynote presentations by Andrew Raiskums (author of the AMEB’s Theory Series), piano technician Jonathan Wade, Robert Chamberlain of the Team of Pianists, acclaimed organist Chris Trikilis, author Mark Gibson, and a very special guest spot from Sonny Chua.

Teachers were treated to a print music exhibition, plus “what’s new” sessions from examination boards and print music suppliers, and “How To” snippets for professionals. Piano Educators Day is unique in our industry. We are proud to support piano teachers.

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.

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 regards - 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