Hello, I'm Albert Frantz.


My late discovery of the piano and classical music make me uniquely able to meet the needs of adult music learners. I'm here to help you learn to play piano beautifully and confidently!

My Story


Long after a childhood piano teacher declared, "Albert will never be able to play piano," I discovered classical music and a hidden talent for piano as a young adult.


This led me to become a Fulbright Scholar and Bösendorfer Artist in the City of Music, Vienna, Austria. I'm excited to share what I've learned from my musical mentors with you, too.

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Thanks to Dreama TV for asking to share my piano journey in this documentary in the hopes of inspiring others.


Albert Frantz began piano studies at the unusual age of 17—years after a childhood teacher proclaimed he would never be able to play piano.

A graduate of Penn State University, he won local, state and national piano competitions and became the first pianist to be awarded a Fulbright Fellowship to Vienna in nearly a decade. Albert records for the Gramola label and is a Bösendorfer Artist.

His first CD, of works by Romantic composer Charles-Valentin Alkan, was an official jury nomination for the German Record Critics’ Award, established to set the "most rigorous standards for supreme achievement and quality" in the field of music recording. His most recent album is Liszt’s complete Transcendental Etudes.

Albert is also a passionate amateur Ironman triathlete and is among the most frequent contributors to the TEDx platform. A documentary about his life and work was released by dreama.tv in 2015. In October 2016, Albert was the cover story for Toastmaster Magazine, the official print publication of Toastmasters International, the world's largest organization for leadership and communication training in over 140 countries. He served as Head of Mission, Austria for the global think tank Diplomatic Council and continues to advocate for issues of children's rights around the world. As a keynote speaker and activist, Albert has spoken at venues ranging from Vienna's City Hall to the United Nations in Geneva.

He plays a Bösendorfer Imperial concert grand specially selected for the Vienna Musikverein.


Mag. Carmen Meissner
Email: c.meiss[at]gmx.de
Mobile: +43 (699) 10477537 (Austria)
Office: +43 (1) 7962501 (Austria)
Mobile: +49 (176) 72994711 (Germany)

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