Alan Fraser will be giving lessons in Paris for the first time since the Corona virus pandemic hit. To avoid chances of infection, there will be no institute proper, just private lessons to be taught either at the Conservatoire Slave or in the pianist's home. For those coming from out of town, multiple lessons on the same day are possible.
Alan teaches ALL INTERESTED PIANISTS:
Please register for as many lessons as you would like, or make a deposit and pay the rest on arrival. Email Sophia Cholich to reserve your preferred time(s).
After registering, please return here to fill out the
DETAILED PARTICIPANT REGISTRATION FORM.
In the tables below, click on your preferred option to pay by credit card or
PayPal at 2CheckOut.com, our retail partner. Note that the credit card charge will appear on your statement as "2CO.com," not as "The Alan Fraser Piano Institute."
Please note that due to new 2CO regulations, ALL PRICES ARE LISTED IN U.S. DOLLARS. You may change your payment
currency at checkout.
OPTION 1: Online Deposit
Register with a non-refundable deposit.
OPTION 2: Register Online
OPTION 3: Contact us for further registration options
For other options please contact Sophia Cholich to reserve your place.
Sophia will answer your questions and arrange your preferred payment option and/or partial scholarship.
After registration, please come back to fill out this
PARTICIPANT INFORMATION FORM.
After you have completed your lessons, please come back to fill out this
QUESTIONNAIRE. This helps evaluate your experience, tailor your ongoing regime to facilitate further
progress, and fine-tune the institute structure to better meet your needs.
Canadian pianist Alan Fraser gives master classes and recitals worldwide and conducts ongoing research and refinement on the ideas put forth in his three books,
The Craft of Piano Playing
(also in DVD),
Honing the Pianistic Self-Image,
and All Thumbs: Well-Coordinated Piano Technique.
He is at work on several new volumes.
Visit here for more on Alan Fraser.
If you have concerns or questions about your participation in the institute and would like to address
them directly to Alan Fraser, send him an email.