klavieronin.com came about after a decade of teaching piano and realising that the music available for older beginners was particularly scarce. It seems as though the majority of composers who write music for beginners assume their audience to be young children. Many of my students over the years were not children and I always felt somewhat embarrassed handing them books titled "Children's Notebook" or "Album for the Young". Even when the music was particularly good, as is the case for Tomas Svoboda's "Children's Treasure Chest", I felt a certain hesitancy in recommending it. So I set about writing my own music for older students. It was also a chance for me to develop materials that address issues faced by my students that other resources where lacking.
Now in 2021, after a year of isolation due to the pandemic, I am finally able to put everything together and make it available for other teachers and students. The name klavieronin is a pseudonym I chose for myself based on my love of piano and Japanese cinema. My hope is that this website will continue to grow and I will continue to add resources to it until I become a tired and withered old man. That is my dream. I guess we'll see what happens.