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This workshop, facilitated by Dr. Johnandrew Slominski (former theory and aural skills faculty at the Eastman School of Music), opens a conversation about teaching and learning through a nuanced aural curriculum.Find out more »
Dr. Matt Cooper will cover the realization of turns, trills, and appoggiaturas, as well as arpeggios and the so-called “Haydn ornament" in the Scarlatti Sonatas.Find out more »
Dr. Diane Baxter, NCTM, will present basic information about neurological functions from the musical performer’s point of view and give some practical insight on performance anxiety.Find out more »
Dr. Diane Baxter, NCTM, will continue the weekend's talks about the pianist's brain, performance anxiety and preparing for a musical performance.Find out more »
Specifically sacred music—any music appropriate for some part of a worship service—can be performed. Open for solos, duets or ensembles. It is non-competitive, and unique in that students do NOT have to memorize their piece (no photocopies). It is the only festival of its type in the state.
Register on Leggiero. Checks to Laura Davis, postmarked by April 6, 2019.
Dr. Jeanine Jacobson will share how to make a music lesson a positive and effective learning experience when the student hasn’t practiced.Find out more »
In this workshop, Mr. Katz will break down and demonstrate the few basic activities that will start a student on the road to becoming "the accompanist."Find out more »
In this lecture, Mary Kogen will talk about hearing in many dimensions: tonality, harmonic progression, rhythm, meter, and melody, to mention a few.Find out more »
Dr. Diane Baxter, NCTM will introduce some of the causes of performance anxiety, and will offer some tips on how to do your best under duress.Find out more »