Sophia Agranovich was one of the featured performers at David Dubal's 'Piano Matters' on WWFM and WWFM.ORG.
Birgit Matzerath is excited to invite you to the showing of Seymour - an Introduction - Ethan Hawke's acclaimed documentary about my teacher, Seymour Bernstein, at the Ethical Culture Society, 516 Prospect St., Maplewood on Saturday, March 17 at 4 PM. (See the attachment for further details)Seymour Bernstein is going to attend the showing, and I will conduct the question and answer session that follows the movie. Bring students, family and friends, the event is open to the public and FREE of charge.
Free will donations to benefit the Newark School of the Arts are welcome.Space is limited, so be sure to email the Ethical Culture Society if you're planning to attend: email@example.com
Nancy Modell is invited to present Creative Composing: Embracing Creativity, Nurturing Musicality for Ingrid Clarfield's grad student Piano Pedagogy course at Westminster Choir College, Princeton, NJ, on Thursday, March 1 at 1 PM.
Sophia Agranovich announces the release her 7th CD album. Chopin: Polonaise-Fantaisie in A flat Major, Op. 61; Nocturne in C minor, Op. 48 no. 1; Liszt: Après une Lecture du Dante: Fantasia quasi Sonata; Sonnetti del Petrarca #47, #104 & #123, Hungarian Rhapsody No. 14 in F minor. Available in CD, MP3 and streaming formats at every major retailer: Amazon, HBDirect, B&N, AllMusic, ArkivMusic, iTunes, Spotify and more. For the MEA members’ discount, please email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A former student of Diane Battersby, Drew Petersen, was often a winner of many MEA competitions. Drew Petersen, now 24-years old, has been added to the Opus 3 Artists roster. He joins artists, Yo-Yo Ma, Sarah Chang, Emanuel Ax, Wynton and Branford Marsalis, Academy of St Martin in the Fields, New York City Ballet, Patti Lupone, and others. http://www.opus3artists.com/artists/drew-petersen (Click “Recent News” – bottom right corner).
Congratulations and best wishes to Drew!
Youn-hee Kim, a piano faculty of Montclair State University, will perform a solo recital featuring works by Bach, Haydn, Brahms, Kapustin and Gianstera on Sunday, February 11 at 2 PM, Van Vlek House (21 Van Vlek St., Montclair, NJ 07042).
Seymour Bernstein will perform works by Schubert, Schumann and others at All Souls Church, 1157 Lexington Av., New York, NY on January 21 at 2 PM. Admission is free.
Youn-hee Kim, a piano faculty of Montclair State University, will perform a solo recital featuring works by Bach, Haydn, Brahms, Kapustin and Gianstera on Saturday, January 20 at 8 PM, Leshowitz Recital Hall, Montclair State University.
Sondra Tammam is teaching Piano Pedagogy - Exploring the Taubman Approach, MUPR437-01 (2 credits), the only in-depth credit course on the Taubman Approach, at the Cali School of Music at Montclair State University on TUESDAYS, 4:00-5:40 pm, from Jan. 16 - May 8, 2018.
Auditors ARE WELCOME. The fee is only $150 for the semester.
Contact Dr. Marla Meissner, email: email@example.com, Tel: 973-655-4443
Beatrice Long gave two piano recitals at Punta del Este in Uruguay, and Mendosa Argentina.
So Jung Lee's Piano Trio team, Trio Fontēs, has been playing together since last year and are performing in and around the NJ, NY and PA area. This season's repertoire, Arensky's Trio, Op. 32 and Shostakovich's Trio, Op. 8, will be played in NJ local venues including churches, libraries. Their most recent performing venue was Ewing Art Center. This concert is Saturday, December 16 at 2 PM - Middletown Library, Middletown, NJ
Jacqueline Schiller-Audi will perform with the All Seasons Chamber Players on Sunday December 10 at 2 PM at the Ridgewood Public Library, Ridgewood.
So Jung Lee's Piano Trio team, Trio Fontēs, has been playing together since last year and are performing in and around the NJ, NY and PA area. This season's repertoire, Arensky's Trio, Op. 32 and Shostakovich's Trio, Op. 8, will be played in NJ local venues including churches, libraries. Their most recent performing venue was Ewing Art Center. This concert is Wednesday, December 6 at 7 PM - First Reform Church, Little Falls, NJ
Kathy Knittel, Composition Committee Chair, has been busy getting her upcoming CD,
A Songbird’s Christmas, ready for the 2017 holiday season! She has been collaborating with Joan Bujacich, who is the arranger/producer, graphic designer and is responsible for all accompanying performances on this project, except for the guitar work which is performed by Joe Bilotti.
The CD will be available to purchase from http://cdbaby.com/cd/kathyknittel15 and JoanBujacich.com. It will also be available to download from iTunes/Spotify and all the major online digital distribution companies.
Nancy Modell will present Creative Composing: Embracing Creativity, Nurturing Musicality on November 18 at the NJMTA State Conference in Princeton.
Sondra Tammam will be a Guest Presenter at the NJMTA State Annual Conference at the Cullen Center, Westminster Choir College, in Princeton, on Saturday, November 18 at 3:30. Her topic will be "The Choreography of Subtle In and Out Movements at the Keyboard with the Taubman Approach".
Nancy Modell is invited to teach for the Music Institute of Chicago (Evanston campus) as a clinician at the Suzuki Piano Mid-Winter Workshop from November 11-12.
Nancy Modell will present Creative Composing: Embracing Creativity, Nurturing Musicality on November 10 under the NJMEA group at the NJEA Convention in Atlantic City.
Jacqueline Schiller-Audi will perform with the All Seasons Chamber Players on Sunday, November 5 at 3:30 PM at Central Unitarian Church, Paramus.
Michelle Kuo and her son, Christopher Kuo, continue their fall concert season performing at the San Francisco War Memorial Performing Arts Center.
Joan Bujacich just launched her new website! She found creating and uploading the content a bit overwhelming at first, but she persevered. There is much to share including a store where she has CD’s and some sheet music of her compositions for sale. Adding sheet music to the store will be an ongoing project. There are videos to explore and web pages dedicated to various aspects of her long musical career.
Jacqueline Schiller-Audi performed with the Alacorde Trio on October 15 and with the All Seasons Chamber Players on October 29 at the New Milford Public Library, New Milford.
Michelle Kuo and her son, Christopher Kuo, continue their fall concert season in Boston, on October 7, presented by Berklee College of Music.
Michelle Kuo and her son, Christopher Kuo, launched their fall concert season with a two piano recital at the Steinway Gallery in Paramus on Saturday, September 30. They performed an all Rachmaninoff duo program. View PDF