From OK to WOW: Making Competent Performances Exceptional

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Davide Del Vento
This is simply a fantastic webinar. It feels a little "slow" at times (especially at the beginnings and especially in our age of... Read More
Friday, 20 December 2019 11:02
Daniel Tsukamoto
Dr Clairfield, you brought me so much memories of when I was a piano student under the direction of Dr Don Zent of Asbury Universi... Read More
Friday, 27 December 2019 19:09
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Dean Elder: Forever Missed, But Never Forgotten!

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On December 3, 2018, the piano world lost a true icon of the profession, Dean Elder. His life ended, but his brilliance lives on in the amazing legacy that he left for generations of future pianists. Harold Schonberg said, "Dean Elder is one of the few real piano connoisseurs in the country." As consulting editor and record reviewer for C...
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Dedication to excellence: An interview with Ingrid Clarfield

Ingrid Jacobson Clarfield has given lecture recitals, workshops, and master classes in more than a hundred cities across America, including many at state and national conferences of the Music Teachers National Association. She has presented master classes and pedagogy sessions at the National Conference on Keyboard Pedagogy, the TCU/Van Clibur...
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Daniel Tsukamoto
Is there a recording of Ingrid Clarfield's webinar?
Thursday, 12 December 2019 22:05
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What is Appropriate at the Early Level for the Gifted Child? Do You Use a Method Book?

I can hear that sigh when some of you read this question. One long-suffering teacher said, "Gifted child? In my studio a student is 'gifted' if the weekly assignment has been practiced!!" Or, as another teacher proudly told me, "I have a gifted student- he can play ALL of the scales." After determining that the student was fourteen years old a...
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