Active Repertoire • Autumn 2023

Active Repertoire is the music we can play any time, any place. These are the pieces we can perform without notice, without any embarrassment, and ideally from memory.

And for the Autumn, Pianodao has a new FREE challenge to download and take part in, aimed at giving you positive, realistic piano goals that will enable you to thrive and develop confidence…

The regular Active Repertoire Challenge on Pianodao continues to help piano players around the world build fluency in their playing and the confidence to share their music with others.

• From this Autumn, the Challenge will become a quarterly rather than annual one, with brand new Active Repertoire Challenge sheets appearing with each new season.

• These have also been radically redesigned to offer a more playful, engaging format that aims both to promote more thought and discussion about music, and to inspire more creative curiosity.

The challenge remains the same: can you develop an active repertoire of three pieces to play, any time, anywhere, with joy?

Here’s your FREE sheet to plan and track your progress:

Printing tip: printing directly from the web may work, but it’s best to save the download as a PDF file, and when printing check the “scale to fit page” and “plain paper, best quality” options.

Please also check out the Getting Started Guide, which includes full instructions for how to use the sheet to support your piano journey in the coming year…

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Andrew Eales

Andrew Eales is a widely respected piano educator, writer and composer based on Milton Keynes UK. His book HOW TO PRACTISE MUSIC is published by Hal Leonard.