Latest Blog Entries

  • Camp 2018 Celebration

    Camp 2018 Celebration

    PIANO ENSEMBLE CAMP ’18 CELEBRATION The AAAPTG Summer Piano Ensemble Camp was held at the Faber Piano Institute, from June 18 to June 24, 2018. During the week, students met from 9AM to 1:30PM and 10AM to 1PM on Saturday. …Read More »
  • Camp 2017 Celebration

    Camp 2017 Celebration

      PIANO ENSEMBLE CAMP 17’ CELEBRATION Piano Faber Institute in Ann Arbor June 23, 2017 @ 11:45 AM Camp Director welcomes the audience and acknowledges support from the Faber Piano Institute, the Ann Arbor Area Piano Teachers Guild Foundation and …Read More »
  • Piano Ensemble Camp 2017

    Piano Ensemble Camp 2017

    From June 19 to 23, 17 campers, age 10 to 16, swarmed the Piano Faber Institute to make music together under the guidance of one director, ten teachers and four guest artists.  We did not need the results of our …Read More »
  • Piano Ensemble Camp 2016

    Piano Ensemble Camp 2016

    June 24 marked the end of our Piano Ensemble camp and during this week long program, we all had a fantastic time. What a treat to see these 17 students, age 10 to 16, work together and improve each day. …Read More »

Upcoming Public Events

  • FORMAL PROGRAM: "Voices of the Guild"

    FORMAL PROGRAM: "Voices of the Guild"

    Thursday, April 16th, 2020

    Voices of the Guild is a new platform to showcase the many pedagogical talents of our members. If you are interested in participating in future programs, please contact Elena Tsai.

    Sheila Bloch presents “Thinking Outside the Box to Bring the Muse Back into MUSEsic [sic!]: Unconventional Ideas on Technique and Interpretation to Inspire Teachers, Students, and Performers

    Lynn Zwinck presents “Everyone should have the right to make music: Discover surprising opportunities for income by reaching underserved populations: adults, special needs, low income, and incarcerated.”

    • Formal Meetings open at 9:00 with coffee, refreshments and socializing. Our business meeting follows, beginning about 9:30. Guest presenters start their presentation at 10:00 am.
    • Refreshments: Marian Boehl, Melinda Haithcock, Gail Jennings

  • Spring Fling

    Spring Fling

    Sunday, April 19th, 2020

    Students of all ages perform music outside the parameters of the normal standard repertoire. The intent is to showcase soloists and ensembles playing ‘light’ music, such as show tunes, jazz,
    popular music and arrangements.

    Both piano solo repertoire and ensemble music are welcome. Ensemble members may include the student’s teacher, parent, sibling, another piano student or instrumentalist. All piano students must be currently studying with a member of the AAAPTG.

    Music does not need to be memorized. Students do not need to announce their pieces because there will be a printed program.


    Please take the time to download the following, updated Spring Fling forms:

    Spring Fling Complete Recital Information
    Application for Piano Solo
    Spring Fling Ensemble Application

    Questions or further information? Contact Sarah Albright: (734) 761-7712 or


    Monday, April 20th, 2020

    Come and share your thoughts and experiences over food and drinks.  Check newsletter and/or website for updates. *Please note that this event is on a Monday evening.

  • SATD Semi-Finals

    Saturday, April 25th, 2020

  • SATD Finals

    Saturday, May 2nd, 2020

    Location: Michigan State University


    Sunday, May 3rd, 2020

    A recital for upper-intermediate and advanced piano students. Piano duets and chamber groups with piano will also be allowed.

    Registration is needed by April 25. Please take the following guidelines very seriously because all are indispensable to make the program and to plan a successful event.

    • Names of all players, their instruments AND of their teachers
    • Name of piece, key and opus#
    • Full name of composer:
    • Exact duration

    Memorization is required for solo performances.

    To register, please contact Lester Castellana.