Visit to the Cleveland Piano Teachers Organization

On Friday, I drove to the Cleveland area to speak for a meeting of the Cleveland Piano Teachers Organization.  It was just an hour-and-a-half drive and the roads were clear of any snow until I neared Cleveland.  I presented my “Albums for the Young: A History and Overview of the Genre” program, sharing the history of children’s music and some well-known and lesser-known teaching gems.


The ClevelandPTO is a wonderful group that reminded me of the Toledo Piano Teachers Association of which I am a member. A small but close-knit group of teachers!


The meeting was held at a beautiful library meeting room that has a projector/screen and a nice piano.



Thanks to the ClevelandPTO for their warm hospitality and kindness during my visit!

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3 thoughts on “Visit to the Cleveland Piano Teachers Organization”

  1. This sounds like a great idea – a lending library of books, music, etc. No PTO near where I live, so maybe I’ll have to start one!

    Glad it was a productive and enjoyable day, Joy.

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