WATCH: Edna Golandsky provides practical solutions to playing double thirds.
The Golandsky Institute is pleased to offer each Summer Symposium participant a Certificate of Participation. This document is distributed to everyone who attends seven full days of intensive private lessons, presentations, and master classes at Princeton University. It will serve as a tangible reminder of participants' exposure to the Taubman Approach. Learn more and register now for the Summer Symposium!
Dr. Therese Milanovic discusses a part of her doctoral dissertation that deals with brain neuroplasticity and playing the piano. Learn how you can play the piano without injury at our Summer Symposium at Princeton University. Your brain will learn to think differently in order to adapt the Taubman Approach - a body of knowledge that can lead to an effortless and brilliant technique. The Taubman Approach can also prevent and cure fatigue, pain and other playing-related injuries.
The formidable London-based magazine, International Piano, recently published an article about the Golandsky Institute and its work with the Taubman Approach. We thank faculty member Audrey Schneider for her work in writing this.
Certified Teacher in the Taubman Approach, Elizabeth Grace, discusses overcoming piano-playing related injury. Ms. Grace is the recipient of the 2014 Kansas Outstanding Teacher of the Year Award. Learn how you can heal from playing-related injuries at the Golandsky Institute Summer Symposium at Princeton University. July 11-19, 2015
PERFORMER: Nathan Grabow
We have vibrant teaching centers throughout the U.S. and Canada where certified teachers in the Taubman Approach actively transform pianists' technical and musical abilities. We host workshops in these dynamic cities at least once each year: New York, Princeton, Philadelphia, Berkeley, Montreal.