Join pianists from around the world as they participate in master classes led by our expert faculty as part of our 2017 Summer Symposium. All performances take place daily in McCormick Auditorium, Princeton University, 1:15 PM.
Certified teacher Elizabeth Grace discusses her journey of overcoming injury. The Taubman Approach saved her career. Learn how it can help you by attending the Summer Symposium at Princeton University, July 9-16, 2017. Experience private lessons, master classes, and group classes tailored for your level. Overcome your injury!
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.
ABOUT THE RAFFLE
The raffle is to support the Golandsky Institute, which celebrates the diversity of human experience and artistic expression by helping people learn to play music with brilliance and ease. The proceeds from the raffle will help with student scholarships, teacher certification program scholarships, and the running of the Institute.
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.
Robert Durso discusses the underlying principles and teaching challenges of the double rotation, followed by Edna Golandsky who further clarifies these principles in a master class.
Topics covered in this free video: rotation, double rotation, pedagogy.