The New England Piano Teachers' Association is a professional non-profit organization dedicated to the highest standards of music education, offering members and their students opportunities for growth, stimulation, and a community of friendship and support.
Become a member of NEPTA and enjoy all the benefits it has to offer, in addition to a Speaker Series, Teachers' Exchanges, Master Class, Member Recital and an Enrichment Program, we offer Teacher Referrals and a Mentoring Program.
Teachers who join before September 30th may enter students in recitals and competitions. Teachers who join between January and May will have their membership carried over to the next year and can enter students in recitals and competitions then.
Welcome to NEPTA's 2020-2021 season. Explore the site and see all that NEPTA has to offer this year. Due to the pandemic, all NEPTA events will be held virtually through the Zoom platform. NEPTA members can login to our Zoom page the day of the meeting and click on the link to join the meeting. .
Non-members may attend our monthly meetings by registering to receive the Zoom link by email. The first meeting in September is open to the public without charge. Subsequent meetings can be attended for a $20 fee when registering for the Zoom link.
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NEPTA offers student recital performers many Special Awards, including awards to encourage the artistic achievements of 7th and 8th grade students who study in an independent studio, an award for a composition in the Classical style, and an award for performance of a Jazz/Pop piece.
NEPTA also offers competitions for Middle School and High School students, with awards for High School competition performances of a required 20th/21st Century piece and for the best performance of a Romantic piece.
Donating to NEPTA supports these opportunities as well as our teacher Enrichment Program and general operations.