Diana Dumlavwalla is an Assistant Professor of Piano Pedagogy at Florida State University. Previously, Diana taught at Western University where she developed the faculty’s inaugural doctoral piano pedagogy
course. She also serves as a member of the Royal Conservatory of Music’s College of Examiners and adjudicates at local, regional and...
Diana Dumlavwalla is an Assistant Professor of Piano Pedagogy at Florida State University. Previously, Diana taught at Western University where she developed the faculty’s inaugural doctoral piano pedagogy
course. She also serves as a member of the Royal Conservatory of Music’s College of Examiners and adjudicates at local, regional and state/provincial competitions.  

As a soloist and chamber musician, Diana has performed in North America, Europe and Australia. She has presented lecture recitals and papers at numerous conferences and her research has been featured in
several publications. Diana was awarded the 2018 MTNA E-Journal Article of the Year.
More

Autumn 2021: Questions & Answers

Q: I want to begin the new school year "on the right foot!" What are the most important things that I should prepare before my students return to lessons this fall? Happy New Year! While we're used to hearing this greeting in late December/early January, the start of a new teaching year is often filled with hope, new beginnings, and excitement. The...

Continue reading

STRIVING FOR EXCELLENCE IN ONLINE PIANO PEDAGOGY: CHARACTERISTICS OF EXPERT TEACHERS USING THE VIDEO-CONFERENCING FORMAT

During a recent tour at the Bell Homestead in my home- town of Brantford, Ontario, Canada, I came across an interesting fact. In 1876, Alexander Graham Bell set up a demonstration of his new invention, the telephone. He arranged for friends to play a melodeon and sing over a telephone line in order to show that sound could be transmitted ...

Continue reading

Striving for Excellence in Online Piano Pedagogy: Characteristics of Expert Teachers Using the Video-Conferencing Format

During a recent tour at the Bell Homestead in my hometown of Brantford, Ontario, Canada, I came across an interesting fact. In 1876, Alexander Graham Bell set up a demonstration of his new invention, the telephone. He arranged for friends to play a melodeon and sing over a telephone line in order to show that sound could be transmitted over the tel...

Continue reading

Fostering Artistry And Healthy Playing Habits In Beginning Piano Lessons

Did you enjoy this webinar? Please complete our brief survey to help us improve our webinar series and continue to bring you the highest quality resources in piano teaching.

Pachulski: Prelude Op.8, No.1

Pachulski

Preparation and Presentation Context: Pieces that are helpful to have experienced or played before approaching this one Nakada, The Song of TwilightTchaikovsky, Old French Song, op. 39, no. 16Grechaninov, Waltz, from Glass Beads, op. 123Tchaikovsky,Sweet Dreams, op. 39, no. 21 Get Ready: Creative activities to explore before the first encounter wit...

Continue reading

About Piano Magazine

Piano Magazine is the leading resource for pianists, piano teachers, and piano enthusiasts. We bring you informative, interesting, and inspiring ideas on all aspects of piano teaching, learning, and performing. The official name of Clavier Companion magazine was changed to Piano Magazine in 2019.

Follow us on

Terms of use

Have Questions?

We are happy to help.

Editorial questions? This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Advertising questions? This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Subscription questions? This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Technical questions? This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Cron Job Starts