Online Resources for Music Teachers

Hello Piano Teachers! We are always looking for great teaching resources, the next music software, and community involvement. Discover my top online resources!


Music Teacher Store



With their #1 goal of providing music teachers with great teaching resources, they sell many products and methods approved by an impressive list of experienced, published music educators. This is a website created by expert piano educators and in turn promote education that they believe in. Whether you run a small home studio, conduct group lessons, or an educator running an entire music program, this website is geared toward you. Have you ever wondered which online product to purchase or which products would best suit your piano students’ needs? Each product is carefully explained by paragraph summary and YouTube video. They explain and sell products for the following:

Beginner Books

Group Bundles and Music Camps

Sheet Music


Teaching Aids

Theory materials: Online, games, software,

Information for improving your studio

Studio Materials






Brigham Larson Pianos is the #1 seller of Hailun Pianos in the nation, but they also offer Utah County a wide variety of products and service ranging from #1 rated piano tunings to weekend concert series to online music shopping. Learn more about the history and the making of a grand piano. Watch the YouTube videos and visit the website to shop the music store or come on over! We are located at 1497 S. State St. in Orem. Needing top music lessons? Meet our faculty and register for Piano Academy, private music lessons, Kindermusik, and our Adult Music Program at www.Utahpianoconservatory.com

Utah Piano Teachers Association



This member-only website provides amazing teaching resources for both UMTA members and non-members. With their goal to raise the music standards in education, you will discover information ranging from competitions and piano festivals in the state of Utah, 2014 college auditions, MTNA Certification, to education conferences fit for the piano educator. To become a member, also visit www.mtna.org.