Dr. Lark Powers presents ways to explore creativity and enrich interpretation in Baroque repertoire with piano students.
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Exploring lesser-known repertoire for the intermediate pianist.
A look at the pedagogic pieces of Enrique Granados.
Innovative and practical advice to make musical practice times more effective, efficient, and rewarding.
Presenting District: Umpqua Valley-South Coast Presenter: Deborah CleaverDeborah Ingram Cleaver holds a Master of Music degree in piano performance from Boston University where she studied with the renowned pianist and pedagogue Leonard Shure. After finishing her degree, she worked closely … Read more »
Presenting District: Rogue Valley Presenter: Dr. Alexander TutunovAlexander Tutunov is widely recognized as one of the most outstanding virtuosos of the former Soviet Union. First Prize winner of the Belarusian National Piano Competition and winner of the Russian National Piano … Read more »
Presenting District: Salem Presenter: Dr. Stephen LewisDr. Stephen Lewis, PhD, DMA, is a Portland-based composer, pianist, conductor, and teacher whose compositions inhabit the terrain between sound as physical sensation and sound as signifier of culture. Stephen’s opera, Noon at Dusk, was … Read more »
Presenting District: Hillsboro Presenter: Dr. Ricardo de la TorreIn demand as a performer, teacher, adjudicator, and presenter, Dr. Ricardo de la Torre currently serves as piano instructor for the Community Music Program at the University of Puget Sound, where he was … Read more »
Contact for Zoom link: Rosanne Smith Presenting District: Linn-Benton Presenter: Dr. Lark PowersIn demand as a solo and collaborative artist as well as an adjudicator and presenter, Dr. Lark Powers has performed at such venues as Philadelphia's Kimmel Center, the … Read more »
Presenting District: Umpqua Valley-South Coast Presenter: Dr. Diane BaxterDr. Diane Baxter, pianist, educator and consultant, is the editor of The Oregon Musician. She recently retired as Professor of Music at Western Oregon University where she received the Faculty Honors Award for … Read more »