60 west old wilson bridge road

worthington, ohio 43085

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saturday, 10:30 am - 2:00 pm


4922 morse road

columbus, ohio 43230

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5001 horizons drive, suite 209

upper arlington, ohio 43220

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© 2018 the conservatory of piano, inc.

as part of the nation’s largest piano-specific institution,

our team of master instructors implement a methodology that will make your child smarter,

score higher on standardized tests, more likely to receive college scholarships and be

better-adjusted socially

(Oh, and they will play great, too.)

our teachers are more than just performers.


The fact that a pianist is a great performer does not qualify him to be a teacher. The process to become a Certified Conservatory Teacher begins with a background check, a full-time commitment, an applicable college degree, and a desire and passion for teaching. We hire the best and the brightest, with a palpable energy and enthusiasm for helping each student succeed.


as part of our exclusive and extensive training process, Conservatory Teachers spend several months mastering The Conservatory Method© and its successful implementation to students of all ages and backgrounds. Training continues on a weekly basis with teaching seminars from master pedagogues.


our combined experience makes

The Conservatory Team qualified

like none other. 

"I was a teacher at the Conservatory of Piano for 5 years. My daughters have taken lessons there since they were 3 and 4 years old and they love it! I highly recommend them to anyone of any age who wants to learn to play. My wife and I are convinced that the Conservatory has the best method for teaching piano and training their teachers available anywhere. Their directors are passionately driven for the school to remain the very best and will not accept any less from their staff. I am honored and grateful to have been a part of their good work."



Mr. Ryan Hoggatt

Teacher, 2006-2011

The Conservatory of Piano