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Members Code of Ethics

All members of the Piano Tuners & Technicians Guild Victoria Inc. adhere to the following code of ethics:

  • Provide the best possible service under the circumstances, always keeping the best interests of the client in mind.
  • Engage only in fair trade practices in the knowledge that I am reflecting the honesty and integrity for which the Piano Tuners & Technicians Guild stands.
  • Act honorably and in a professional manner.
  • Use the name and trademark of the Piano Tuners & Technicians Guild properly and will encourage others to do the same.
  • Strive to upgrade my professional skills and will encourage and help others to do the same.
  • Promote, in any way that I can, good will towards my profession and towards the music industry.



We are celebrating something very special. In 2017 we introduced the first female member to be elected on the committee of the Piano Tuners and Technicians Guild of Victoria. As a special feature we are pleased to bring to you the profile on Christine McCrae, Provisional Member Representative.

What year & where did you study to be a Piano Tuner/ Technician?

I studied 2013-2014 at the Australasian School of Piano Technology to become a piano technician.

Do you have any musical background?

Yes, I started with violin at about age 9, and then after 3 years of begging my parents, I also started piano.  I dabbled with flute for a year as well, but found 3 instruments a bit too much. So I scaled back to two instruments and kept up with lessons until I hit year 12. 

Why did you want to become a Piano Tuner?

I was always fascinated whenever I had my piano tuned growing up.  I also thought it would be wonderful to work with pianos and meet fellow musicians that play them.

Why did you join the P.T.T.G.V Inc?

To be part of a community of tuners, a support network, receive professional representation, industry news and education.

What do you love best about this Industry?

It's great fun! Whether it's the challenge of fixing a problem, or discovering the stories behind the piano and or its owner.  1000 times better than a desk job!

What are your aspirations as a Technician?

I am quite excited by tone and playing feel.  Therefore, I hope to fine tune my skills in tuning, voicing and regulation.  I also feel sad about all the old pianos that are on their way to the tip and would like to get involved in a bit of piano repurposing.

How do you hope to help on the committee and serve the members of the P.T.T.G.V?

As a provisional member representative, I hope to bring a fresh perspective to supporting new members, as well as help with the convention and other events.