This study was done to determine the self efficacy levels of music preservices tearchers' piano performance, and to examine them according to different factors. The correlation between music preservices tearchers' piano performance and grade, gender, graduated highschool, daily piano practice duration, piano lesson achievement and academic achievement grades were examined. The correlational desingn was used in this study. The data was obtained by using personal information form and piano performance self-efficacy scale for music preservices teachers developed by Gün & Yıldız (2014). The scale consists of 25 items and Cronbach Alpha value is .95. The scale consists of 3 sub-dimensions. The first dimension is called “perception of technical level”, the second dimension is called “perception of stage anxiety” and thet hird dimension is called “perception of performance level". According to the research results, it was determined that the preservices teachers' piano performance self-efficacy perceptions were in the middle level and the self-efficacy perceptions did not change according to class, gender and highschool. Also, it was determined that the preservices teachers' had a significant difference between the duration of daily piano practice, level of academic achievement in piano lesson and the piano performance self-efficacy perceptions..
Keywords: Music preservices teachers, piano performance, self efficacy level