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International Association of Piano Builders and Technicians

The International Association of Piano Builders and Technicians (IAPBT) is a worldwide association of piano service organizations and individuals. The purpose of the association is the formation and maintenance of a worldwide fellowship of piano technicians and rebuilders. The objectives of the organization are to encourage and to provide a means of exchange of technical information and related subjects and for cooperation in scientific research to improve the quality of pianos. Exchange of information is on a voluntary basis.


    Applications

 

    Contact Info

      Barbara Cassaday, Executive Director
       Piano Technicians Guild
       4444 Forest Avenue
       Kansas City, Kansas 66106 USA
       913-432-9975 (phone)
       913-432-9986 (fax)

       exec@ptg.org   
www.ptg.org

    Individual Members 

Stavros Kyriakides
P.O. Box 27780
CY-2433 Engomi-Nicosia
Cyprus
svk@steinwaycy.com

Kwon-Kuen Cheng
Room 1904 Sun Yuet House
Sun Chui Estate, Shatin
Hong Kong

Kostas Kechaidis (Greece)
95 Iassonos Avenue
Volos, 38221
Greece
kehaidis@otenet.gr

Roger Rhys
Perito Moreno 813
Trelew, Chubut 9100
Argentina
rrhys@tutopia.com
rogeliorhys@hotmail.com
 
Timur Rizayev
College of Music, Mahidol University
25/25 Phuttamonthon Sai 4
Salaya, Nakonpathom 73770 Thailand
Tashkent, Uzbekistan
timur_rizayev@mail.ru
timur.daniel@gmail.com



    Member Associations 

Australasian Piano Tuners and
Technicians Association (APTTA)

Michael Ryan, President
117 Hutton Rd
Ferny Hills, Brisbane 04055
Queensland
Australia
Phone: 61-7-3351-2139
Fax 61-7-3351-2544
president@aptta.org.au
www.aptta.org.au

Chinese Musical Instrument Association
An Zhi, President
Office 706, Building One, Jiaye Mansion
21 Shunsantiao, Fengtai District
Beijing, 100079
China
Phone: 86-10-67665718
Fax: 86-10-6766620
cmia-en@sohu.com

Chinese Piano Tuners Association
Feng Gaokun, Chairman
Office 706, Building One, Jiaye Mansion
21 Shunsantiao, Fengtai District
Beijing, 10079
China

European Union of Piano Makers
Associations (Europiano)

Gunther Schaible, President
president@europiano.org
Jan Grossbach, Editor of Europiano Magazine
editor@europiano.org
Burggraben 14 
65929 Frankfurt am Main
Germany
www.europiano.org

Japan Piano Technicians Association (JPTA)
Takeshi Saida, President
5F, Gakki-Kaikan, 2-18-21 Sotokanda Chiyoda-Ku. Tokyo, 101-0021
Japan
Phone: 81-3255-3897 
Fax: 81-3255-9246
info@jpta.org
www.jpta.org

Korea Association of Piano Tuners (KAPT)
Kwang-Hyun Park, President
#303,  Yang Hwa Bldg. 
516-14 Mok 2-Dong ,Yangcheon-Gu
Seoul, Korea 
Phone: 82-2-586-2529
Fax: 82-2-521-7979
orpia@nate.com
www.tuners.or.kr

Piano Technicians Guild, Inc. (PTG)
Phil Bondi, President
pres@ptg.org
Barbara Cassaday, Executive Director
exec@ptg.org
4444 Forest Avenue
Kansas City, Kansas 66106
USA
913-432-9975 (phone)
913-432-9986 (fax)
www.ptg.org

South African Association for
Professional Piano Tuners (SAAPPT)
Lukas van der Walt, Chariman
36 Jeanette Street 
Brackenfell, Cape Town 7560
South Africa
General Inquiries: 27-021-712-7765
27-021-981-5551(phone)
27-021-981-5552 (fax) 
www.sapianotuners.co.za

Taiwan Piano Technicians Association (TPTA)
Chung-Tang Hu, President
7F-8 No.2, Lane 60, Sec, 2, Xin Sheng N Rd. 
10447 Taipei
Taiwan 
Phone: 886- 2-25368480
Fax: 011 886-2-35-310914
Fax: 011 8862-25368481
tpta.tuners@msa.hinet.net

Piano Technicians Guild of ROC
(Republic of China)
Wang Yi Ming, President
3 Fl. No. 416-2 Tin Jou Road 
Taipei 
Taiwan



     IAPBT Convention

July 12 - 15, 2017

In conjunction with the: 
2017 PTG 
Convention
and Technical Institute

St. Louis Union Station Hotel
St. Louis, Missouri USA

     Past Conventions

2015 - Moscow, Russia

2013 - Hangzhou, China

2011 -  Taipei, Taiwan

2009 - Brisbane, Australia

2007 - Daegu, Korea

2005 - Missouri, USA

2003 - Dessau, Germany

2001 - Bristol, England

1999 - Hamamatsu, Japan

1997 - Emmetton, Switzerland

1995 - Albuquerque, USA

1993 - Colchester England

1991 - Seoul, Korea

1989 - Kyoto, Japan

1987 - Toronto, Canada

l985 - Missouri, USA

l983 - Tokyo, Japan       

1981 - Thun, Switzerland

1979 - Minneapolis, USA