March General Meeting

Members, please make plans to attend our March general meeting!  We have an exciting program, which will feature two topics:

1st: Peir Shiuan Tang, (see bio and presentation info in link) will present “Miniature Masterpieces”  Pedagogical Insights into Lowell Liebermann’s ​Album for the Young, Op. 43.​

2nd: Kathy Rabago,  will lead our Independent Music Teacher’s Forum, discussing how to set up “Lab time” for Music theory in your studio. 

Alexander Malikov to give Masterclass on February 8th.


Please mark your calendars for 10am to noon on Saturday, February 8th, 2020, at the Steinway Piano Gallery.

ADMTA has invited guest clinician Alexander Malikov to listen to about 6 students and give helpful comments about their preparations for upcoming performances.

More about Alexander here:

The requirements are as follows:

  • one student per teacher may be submitted
  • one repertoire selection per student
  • repertoire should be memorized
  • standard piano solo repertoire from Baroque/Classical/Romantic/Modern eras
  • preference will be given to students preparing for an upcoming performance

If you have a student who would be interested in playing in this class, please follow the link below to list your student by January 28th.

Students will be chosen based on a lottery system and notified by February 1st.

Masterclass Given by Anton Nel on January 11th

We hope to see many of you at the ADMTA student masterclass with Anton Nel, on Saturday, January 11, 2020 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM at Steinway Piano Gallery.

Several students of ADMTA teachers will be performing works by Bach, Liszt and Chopin followed by instruction and guidance from Professor Nel.

 This event is free and open to the public.  Steinway Piano Gallery 12980 US-183, Austin, TX 78750