The Golandsky Institute is pleased to release this exclusive set of lectures and master classes from our New York Workshop in April 2017. These videos offer the latest and most up-to-date teachings of the Taubman Approach. Edna Golandsky, John Bloomfield, Robert Durso, and Mary Moran present compelling material giving technical strategies to implementing the Taubman Approach in your playing. The videos offer an extraordinary amount of training and learning, and are perfect for anyone teaching or learning the Taubman Approach.
If you have questions concerning the Taubman Approach, you can leave your questions on Edna Golandsky's blog in the comments section. This is an exciting new feature! Time may not allow her to answer all questions, but those selected will be recorded and released every few weeks. Ask your question now!
Explore the comprehensive lectures and presentations taking place this year at the 2017 Summer Symposium and International Piano Festival at Princeton University, July 9-16.
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Sophie Till, strings faculty member at the Golandsky Institute, invites string players to attend the Summer Symposium at Princeton University. Learn the Taubman/Golandsky Approach to string playing at this one-week music festival, July 9-16, 2017. Watch here!
Do you experience tightness, pain, or limitations to your playing? Learn a practical step-by-step approach to solving your pain or preventing it from happening. Edna Golandsky invites pianists and string players to the Summer Symposium at Princeton University (July 9-16, 2017) who seek a solution to their playing-related pain/injury or wishing to prevent it.
It is with great sadness that we acknowledge the passing of our longtime friend and faculty member, Kendall Feeney. A wonderful pianist and teacher, Kendall was on the faculty of the Golandsky Institute since its inception, having studied the Taubman Approach with both Dorothy Taubman and Edna Golandsky since 1988. She was beloved by her students as a warm and supportive teacher, a captivating lecturer, and a formidable musician. She was admired as one whose understanding of music was only surpassed by her care for every person she encountered. We have all learned so much from simply knowing her.