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Ellis.JohnWe are excited to announce that Dr. John Ellis will be the guest clinician for our Piano Pedagogy Seminar on February 7, 2015. He will present on “Motivating Teenagers to Stay at the Piano,” and “A Method for Children by Marguerite Long,” and will do a masterclass. We will also hear from BGSU’s graduate piano pedagogy students, in a session of lightning talks and discussion. They will give several short presentations on classic pedagogy topics, then lead small group break-out discussions on each topic.

As we prepare for an excellent seminar, we need your help:
– If you are willing to help provide refreshments for the day, please email Joy Morin.
– If you are willing to volunteer to staff the registration table the day of the seminar, OR
– If you would like your student to play in the seminar master class (any level, memorized repertoire), please email Ana Yoder Coulter. There will be room for four students this year. First come, first served.

Download the seminar registration form by clicking here.  Postmark it by January 23, 2015 in order to be eligible for the discounted registration fee.

Hope to see you there!

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Our annual Northwest District Piano Pedagogy Seminar will take place on Saturday, February 7, 2015 in the Moore Musical Arts building at Bowling Green State University.

Please stay tuned for information regarding the schedule and clinician!

Register Now for the 2014 Piano Pedagogy Seminar

January 6th, 2014 | Posted by admin in announcements - (Comments Off on Register Now for the 2014 Piano Pedagogy Seminar)

Registration forms for the January 25 Piano Pedagogy Seminar are now available!  This year’s seminar features Dr. Cole Burger, who currently teaches the pedagogy classes at BGSU.  

The seminar will take place from 9-4 at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church in Bowling Green.  

The sessions include “Creative Sightreading” and “Collaborative Opportunities for Beginner Students.”  

We are looking for 4 students to perform at the masterclass taking place from 11am-noon.  Students may be at any level and should perform by memory.

You can read more and download the registration form here.  Be sure to register by Monday, January 13 to receive the early bird registration rate.  Hope to see you there!