Get inspired, record and post!

Clavier-Werke wants to give a big round of applause to adult student Richard Skinner! Richard recorded performance videos of Beethoven’s Bagatelles, op. 33, and a Bach Sinfonia in c minor and uploaded them all to his YouTube channel at “R.Klaev piano“. Click on the big R, playlists then view full playlist to see them in order.

For audiophiles, the high-fi mixes of these and some of Richard’s previous recordings of Scarlatti, Mendelssohn, Bach and Prokofiev can be heard under “R.Klaev” at Feel free to check out the other videos, share, subscribe or even just find a little inspiration!

Former CW student organizes Facebook group to bring performances to seniors

A former student of Clavier-Werke has created a Facebook group with the purpose of bringing the performances of student musicians to seniors during these difficult times. She welcomes current students to participate and share their performances to connect generations and set new personal goals. If students are interested, they can visit the page and take a look and request to join. The link to the Facebook group is 

Sign up for a test week time now!

It’s time again to sign up for the Clavier-Werke Theory and Musicianship Test Week!

PIANO STUDENTS: The week of January 20th-26th is the Clavier-Werke Theory Test and Musicianship Week at our studios for piano students. Piano students will sign up for a test time that will occur instead of their private lesson and theory lab.

ALL OTHER THEORY LAB STUDENTS: The only guitar, voice, violin and cello students who will need to sign up for a time are those enrolled in the theory lab. These students will still have a private lesson at their regular time in addition to the testing, also the week of January 20th-26th.

Click here to sign up for a time!

Students have been preparing all year for these exams. Some students will go on to take the official Whitlock Theory Test at UT on Saturday, February 8th. If you are unclear about whether or not you should sign up for a time, please consult your teacher. Thank you!