My studio in the quaint Cabbagetown district of Toronto is lovely. It is a bright, square room, with a grand piano and a digital piano, and a view of nearby treetops.
Peter Kristian Mose

I have learned to appreciate music differently — from the inside — thanks to you.
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Peter’s Studio

A Teaching Studio in Cabbagetown

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I have always been an independent piano teacher, teaching in a home setting. My studio in the quaint Cabbagetown district of Toronto is lovely. It is a bright, square room, with a grand piano and a digital piano, and a view of nearby treetops. The acoustic piano is a seven-foot Seiler grand made in the town of Kitzingen, Germany in 1986. It was chosen for me at the factory by Don Stephenson, the prominent Canadian piano technician long based in London, Ontario.

Some years later another distinguished piano technician, Ted Campbell of Toronto, changed the piano hammers from the Seiler originals to a set of Bösendorfer hammers made by the Renner company of Germany. This has made my fine piano even better, in my estimation, but please don’t tell the Seiler family that I hot rodded their instrument.

My digital piano is a Mark 10 by Kurzweil, which has fine pipe organ and harpsichord sounds, and many other buttons whose functions I don’t quite understand, but which kids like to push. I bought it used from an Ontario family whose 13-year-old boy tried piano lessons for a year and then decided he preferred hockey.

Since I often procure music for my students — saving them trips to the music store, or searching online — at any given time I own quite a large supply of classical and popular piano teaching materials, all organized by levels and within easy reach.

I also have my own piano library, of course, as well as countless LPs, CDs, and books about music. For what it’s worth, I also have amassed three metronomes, two conducting batons, a pitch pipe, a kazoo, and a tuning fork (A-440).

A house of music.

My studio in the quaint Cabbagetown district of Toronto is lovely. It is a bright, square room, with a grand piano and a digital piano, and a view of nearby treetops.
Peter Kristian Mose

I have learned to appreciate music differently — from the inside — thanks to you.
Adult piano student

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Contact Peter