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DELIVERING PIANOS TO THE UNIVERSITY OF MEMPHIS STUDENTS

Forward by Artina McCain, Jonathan Tsay, and Casey HilderAs schools around the country quickly closed their doors, they just as quickly opened virtual classrooms. While the transition wasn't an easy one, many applied piano professors were faced with an...

Winter 2020: Life in Music

"We all should know that diversity makes for a rich tapestry,and we must understand that all the threads of the tapestry are equal in value no matter what their color." by Maya AngelouForward by Jennifer SnowMany of the articles in this issue highlight...

Diversity Summit

DIVERSITY SUMMIT On Saturday, February 6, 2021, from 1:00-5:00pm EST join the Frances Clark Center for a Diversity Summit, exploring issues such as repertoire, access, and expanding student demographics. Engage with panelists and fellow attendees and...

Diversity in Music: a Town Hall Discussion

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Ten Things You Can Do to Diversify Your Studio

Foreword by Artina McCain I am honored to be the editor for a column that will highlight voices of change in our musical community. If you are looking to be a part of the solution and an ally for diversity in piano education, we strive to help you...

New Music Reviews: May/June 2017

(S3) Aurora: 5 Original Solos Inspired by the North, by Naoko Ikeda.Japanese composer Naoko Ikeda composed five lyrical character pieces based upon "the Scandanavian landscapes of [her] own imagination." Aurora has the potential to motivate intermediate...

Jan/Feb 2018: First Looks New Music Reviews

(S1-2) 24 Short and Easy Pieces, Op. 1, Alexander Reinagle.Teachers and students enjoy Reinagle's pieces both for their charming writing and their accessibility to elementary students. Reinagle's biography, moreover, is a fun and interesting one that...

Bodywork for pianists

What is good piano technique? Is it the ability to play fast scales? loud chords? hard pieces, that go on for a long time? Yes. All of these things. But they are part of a bigger whole. It's healthy, efficient, and pain-free movement at the piano that...

New music reviews: September/October 2017

Happy Holidays! (S1-4) We Three Kings, We Wish You a Merry Christmas, and Deck the Hall Hoedown, arranged by Wendy Stevens. For teachers wanting some fun and creative options to spice up their holiday recitals, three new arrangements by Wendy Stevens...

The Possibilities of Practicing during a Pandemic

The Possibilities of Practicing during a Pandemic with Andrew Cooperstock, Barbara Fast, Artina McCain, Spencer Myer, & Nicholas Phillips Did you enjoy this webinar? Please complete our brief survey to help us improve our webinar series and continue to...

COVID-19 Webinars

COVID-19 WEBINARS: TECHNOLOGY Rapid Response for Studio Teachers Resources to move your teaching online right away, and helpful strategies for the months ahead with Shana Kirk Watch Video Teaching Elementary Students Online Teaching Elementary Students...

Piano Stories on Stage

PIANO STORIES ON STAGE The Frances Clark Center proudly presents a new, engaging online concert series: Piano Stories On Stage! Register in advance for these dynamic lecture-recitals. Participants will receive an email from Demio, the hosting platform,...

Staff

Pamela Pike is Editor in Chief/Chief Content Director of the Piano Magazine. She serves as the Barineau Professor of Piano Pedagogy at Louisiana State University. As an award-winning author, Dr. Pike has published over three dozen scholarly articles,...

Women in Music Summit

WOMEN IN MUSIC SUMMIT The Frances Clark Center is excited to host the 2021 Women in Music Summit on Saturday, May 22, 2021. Please join us as we celebrate women's leadership, innovation, and success. The open-access summit will highlight some of the...

New music reviews: March/April 2017

(S1-4) Signature Solos, Books 1-5, selected and edited by Gayle Kowalchyk. Students and teachers are in for a lively musical journey, with brand-new compositions by favorite Alfred composers, all in one collection! Students will learn pieces by beloved...

New music reviews: July/August 2017

Bastien New Traditions All-in-one Piano Courseby Lisa, Lori, and Jane Bastien James Bastien's series Bastien Piano Basics has been a beloved staple in many piano studios for decades, and now, for a new generation of students, Bastien family members...

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