In this issue...
An interview with Randall and Nancy FaberWhether they reach an elementary student using Piano Adventures, a five- or six-year-old playing a composition from My First Piano Adventure for the Young Beginner, or a teacher gleaning information from one of their workshops, Randall and Nancy Faber influence piano students and teachers around the world.
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In this issue…
A piano prodigy changes courseNick Romeo shares a moving account of pianist David Tong's climb in his concert career and the challenges that plagued him along the way.
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