Register today for “A Keyboard Celebration, Opus 2” Piano Pedagogy Conference: December 4-6, 2015

2 Nov

The Diller-Quaile School of Music invites all TC students and faculty to its upcoming piano pedagogy conference “A Keyboard Celebration, Opus 2” from Friday, December 4 – Sunday, December 6, 2015.

Highlights of this conference include lectures, workshops, and concerts featuring:

ENA BRONSTEIN BARTON, Westminster Choir College of Rider University
SEYMOUR BERNSTEIN, New York University
MARVIN BLICKENSTAFF, The New School for Music Study
JOHN BLOOMFIELD, The Golandsky Institute
INGRID JACOBSON CLARFIELD, Westminster Choir College of Rider University
ROBERT DURSO, The Golandsky Institute
SARA FAUST, Faust Harrison Pianos
CLAUDIA KNAFO, The Diller-Quaile School of Music, Manhattan School of Music Precollege Division, Hunter College
PHYLLIS ALPERT LEHRER, Westminster Choir College of Rider University
GEORGE LITTERST, TimeWarp Technologies, Music Software Developer
MARY MORAN, The Golandsky Institute
PAUL SHEFTEL, The Juilliard School, Westminster Choir College of Rider University
SONDRA TAMMAM, The Cali School of Music at Montclair State University
LUDWIG TOMESCU, Concert Piano Associates
DIANA WAN, Manhattan School of Music Precollege Division
MARINA OBUKOVSKY, The School for Strings, The New School Mannes Prep

Certificates of attendance will be available if your school/conservatory requests documentation for professional development.

Online registration and a Seymour Bernstein Master Class application are available now at www.diller-quaile.org. Please contact Dr. Claudia Knafo at 212-369-1484, ext. 35 or cknafo@diller-quaile.org with questions.

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