School of Piano Technology for the Blind closing

Jan 3, 2019
Agency News

About the School of Piano Technology for the Blind

The School of Piano Technology for the Blind, offered by Aperture Group under its Business and Consumer Services - Consulting & Analytical Services category, has been a prestigious institution dedicated to providing specialized piano technology training for individuals with visual impairments. Founded with the mission of empowering blind and visually impaired individuals to pursue careers in piano technology, the school has been a beacon of hope and opportunity for countless students.

Unfortunate Closure Announcement

It is with great sadness that we announce the upcoming closure of the School of Piano Technology for the Blind. This decision has not been taken lightly, and it comes after careful consideration of various factors that have led to this unfortunate outcome.

Despite our continuous efforts and dedication to serving our students and the blind community, a combination of financial constraints and increased operational challenges has made it unsustainable for us to continue operating the school effectively. The decision to close the school was made with heavy hearts, and we deeply regret any disappointment or inconvenience this may cause to our students, their families, and the community as a whole.

Impact on the Blind Community

The School of Piano Technology for the Blind has played a pivotal role in transforming lives and fostering independence among visually impaired individuals interested in pursuing a career in piano technology. The specialized training provided at our school has empowered our students to achieve their professional goals, breaking down barriers and challenging stereotypes along the way.

Throughout its years of operation, the school has not only offered comprehensive technical instruction but also a supportive and inclusive environment where students found connections, encouragement, and a sense of belonging. Our graduates have gone on to successfully establish careers in piano technology, contributing their expertise and passion to the industry.

Appreciation for the Support

We would like to express our sincere gratitude to all the individuals, organizations, and stakeholders who supported the School of Piano Technology for the Blind throughout its existence. Your donations, sponsorships, and unwavering belief in our mission have been crucial in enabling us to empower visually impaired individuals, opening doors to a world full of possibilities.

We are especially grateful to our dedicated faculty and staff who have worked tirelessly in providing exceptional education, mentorship, and guidance to our students. Their commitment to excellence has been instrumental in shaping the future of our graduates and the reputation of our institution.

Exploring New Avenues

While the closure of the School of Piano Technology for the Blind marks the end of an era, it also signals a new beginning. Aperture Group remains committed to serving the blind community and empowering individuals with disabilities.

The knowledge and experience gained through the School of Piano Technology for the Blind will continue to inform and inspire our endeavors going forward. As we navigate this transition, we are actively exploring alternative avenues to support visually impaired individuals in their pursuit of artistic and technical education.

Continued Support and Resources

Despite the closure, Aperture Group stands firm in its commitment to supporting the blind community. We will continue to collaborate with organizations and institutions dedicated to advancing the rights and opportunities of visually impaired individuals.

For those who were interested in the offerings of the School of Piano Technology for the Blind, we encourage you to explore alternative educational resources and vocational training programs that cater to the specific needs and aspirations of visually impaired individuals.


The closure of the School of Piano Technology for the Blind is undoubtedly a loss for the blind community and the field of piano technology. However, it is important to remember the positive impact the school has had on countless lives over the years. The spirit of our institution will live on through the accomplishments and contributions of our graduates.

Aperture Group extends its deepest gratitude to everyone who has been a part of this remarkable journey. Together, we have made a difference, and we will continue striving to build a more inclusive and accessible world for all.

Tenny Susanto
My thoughts are with the students, staff, and supporters during this time of transition.
Oct 27, 2023
Place Holder
It's a shame to hear this. 😔
Oct 12, 2023
Erika Stevens
The School of Piano Technology for the Blind will be dearly missed.
Mar 23, 2023
Allison Oliver
I hope the students and faculty find new opportunities to continue their passions.
Jan 23, 2023
Aditya Eswar
It's unfortunate that such a specialized program is coming to an end.
May 30, 2022
Ed Drogmund
It's a testament to the importance of inclusive education and support for visually impaired individuals.
Dec 4, 2021
Lisa Puariea
This is a significant loss for the visually impaired community.
Feb 5, 2020
Lara Vidreiro
I'm saddened to hear about the closure of such a unique and valuable institution.
Sep 8, 2019
Mike Oristian
This news is disheartening, but I'm grateful for the school's contribution to its students.
Aug 5, 2019
Sam Cyrus
The impact of this closure will be felt deeply.
May 18, 2019
Theresa Turchin
I'm thankful for the positive impact the school has had over the years.
Feb 26, 2019