How to Learn to Tune and Repair Pianos – Summer 2014

(Ad from early 1900’s)
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(Not my actual ad. This ad is about 100 years old. Read below for details about my specific course offerings this summer.)

Now is the Best Time for You to Learn Piano Tuning and Repair from Me

This summer may be the perfect time for you to take a course on how to tune and repair pianos. There are a number of good reasons for that:

Why Now?

1. I am giving live courses in some Canadian cities, and online through a number of platforms including Skype, Google Hangout, and FaceTime.

2. This summer only, I have drastically reduced the course fees for all my 20 hour courses, from $800usd to $497usd.

3. Summer is a great time because I have access to a rebuilding shop in Montreal and a Music School in Toronto where I can give the live courses and have use of all the resources of these facilities, an option that is not available during the year.

4. I am just starting up my online school, which means I’m motivated to spread the word. This motivation has led me to reduce my prices. But also, I am prepared to offer my online and live courses, even if only one person takes them. That means you could end up with a private course, which is usually three times the regular course fee, for the summer special price.

I’m saying you could get a course that is regularly priced at $2100 for only $497! I’m not kidding here. I’ve done this before and people have received incredibly valuable instruction for peanuts. If demand for my courses increases, which is my goal, this won’t happen again.

Why Me?

Here are some great reasons to take these courses from me and not someone else:

1. I am a trained educator and professional technician with an engineering degree.

2. I have been teaching piano technology since 2005.

3. I have continually modified the course so it is now super charged with highly efficient techniques and methods to kick start your education if you are a beginner, or quickly advance your skills if you are already a technician.

4. I have received numerous accolades for my exceptional teaching style. Read here

5. Real time instruction means I can adapt the course content to fit your personal style, level, and ability, and I do it all the time.

6. Each course is 20 hours long; long enough to find out if this is for you, not so long that it drains your pocketbook.

Course Schedule – Summer 2014
If you are thinking of taking a course in tuning or repairing pianos, here are your options for this summer 2014:

1. Montreal, Quebec, Canada, July 21 – 25
Basic Tuning: 8am – 12pm
Basic Repair: 1pm – 5pm

2. Montreal, July 28 – Aug 1
Advanced Tuning 1: 8am – 12pm
Advanced Tuning 2: 1pm – 5pm

3. Toronto, Ontario, Canada, August 25 – 29
Basic Tuning: 8am – 12pm
Basic Repair: 1pm – 5pm

4. Online Live Courses
20 hours at your convenience, with or without other students.

Contact Me Now!

Contact Me immediately if you are interested. I only take a maximum of six students and I already have some spots filled for this summer.

Stay Tuned!

Mark

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