The Mission of the Canadian Association of Piano Technicians /  Association Canadienne des Accordeurs de Piano is to encourage the highest standards of piano service by offering 

The Secret Life of Pianos

View TELUS Optik Local documentary produced by Marie-France Guerrette /Productions Loft Inc featuring CAPT/ACAP member Bruce Bischoff and footage of Convention 2016

opportunities for continuing education and fellowship in a supportive non-competitive environment. This sharing and mentoring tradition of learning piano technology continues to this day at annual conventions alternating between locations in Eastern and Western Canada. Currently the Association is represented by members from coast to coast across Canada including amateurs and expert piano tuners and technicians, many with more than 25 years of experience.

Unisonus, the newsletter for members of CAPT/ACAP has been the publication enabling members to stay connected in a common pursuit of ongoing education in piano technology. The first issue of the Unisonus newsletter was published in 1983, although the Association’s roots began much earlier in 1971 in western Canada. (see CAPT/ACAP History).   Unisonus continues online today, communicating information with a common theme of promoting piano technology advancement for both professionals and amateurs with new postings and articles on this website. For more information on joining CAPT / ACAP or renewing annual membership please check the information in the CONNECT section.  What’s in a name and image? … read more in the FAQ section.

Community forum: Members can also connect on-line with other members at the CAPT/ACAP Community Forum for technical discussions on piano technology and service. Registration is required to access this forum. (read more in the CONNECT section).

Convention 2015 – A visit to the Bolduc Factory


2005 Weekend Seminar in Ottawa, ON

Events, Seminars, Convention Postings:

Check out the NEWS link for latest information on piano technician events.

In 2005 the Canadian Association of Piano Technicians launched a goal of encouraging full day (and sometimes several days long at Conventions) “hands on” training sessions for piano technicians at various locations across Canada. This practice continues with seminars and “real-world” learning projects facilitated in various Canadian cities by CAPT/ACAP support and sponsorship. If you are interesting in membership in CAPT/ACAP or being contacted about future CAPT events please check out the information on the CONNECT page.