2014 Summer Symposium at Princeton University

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INTERNATIONAL PIANO FESTIVAL
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At the 2014 Golandsky Institute Summer Symposium at Princeton, participants will attend lectures, master classes, technique clinics, and other presentations by Edna Golandsky and the Institute’s expert faculty, all of whom have undergone years of rigorous training to qualify as teachers of the Taubman Approach. The performers and pedagogues of the Golandsky Institute’s faculty work with pianists, teachers, and musicians of all ages.

In addition to private lessons, supervised practice time, and interactive technique clinics, the 2014 Golandsky Institute Summer Symposium offers a variety of presentations, lectures, and master classes by faculty and special guest presenters.

SCHEDULE


The arrival date is Saturday, July 12.
Participants register from 2:00 - 7:00 PM.
There is an orientation meeting that evening.
The Symposium starts the following morning, Sunday, July 13.
The program will end after the concert on Saturday evening, July 19.
Participants will depart by noon on Sunday morning, July 20.

INTERNATIONAL PIANO FESTIVAL

Please note all concerts will take place at Taplin Auditorium, Fine Hall, at 8:00 PM, with the exception of the Thursday evening Scheide Concerto Concert at 8:00 PM in Richardson Auditorium, Alexander Hall on the Princeton University Campus.

TICKETS:
The ticket office is open Monday through Friday from 12-3pm. This will include window sales (credit card only, MC, Visa, & Amex) at the Welcome Desk in the Frist Campus Center. To purchase by phone, call 609-258-9220 during the same hours.

All programs subject to change. For more information, please contact us at festival[at]golandskyinstitute.org.

DATE TIME DESCRIPTION
Sunday, July 13 8:00 PM

LLEWELLYN SANCHEZ-WERNER, PIANO

Taplin Auditorium, Fine Hall

Monday, July 14 8:00 PM

 

SYLVIE COURVOISIER, MARK FELDMAN | PETER EVANS, RON STABINSKY

Taplin Auditorium, Fine Hall

Tuesday, July 15 8:00 PM

LISA YUI, PIANO

Taplin Auditorium, Fine Hall

Thursday, July 17 8:00 PM

SCHEIDE CONCERTO EVENING: 200 YEARS OF PIANO WITH ORCHESTRA

Richardson Auditorium, Alexander Hall

Friday, July 18 8:00 PM

NINA TICHMAN, PIANO AND ARIADNE DASKALAKIS, VIOLIN

Taplin Auditorium, Fine Hall

Saturday, July 19 8:00 PM

ILYA ITIN, PIANO

Taplin Auditorium, Fine Hall

PRESENTATIONS

Fr. Seán Duggan

Preview of Bach's Four Piano Concerto

Mary Moran

Stepping Stones to the Chopin Ballades

Mary Moran investigates how musical and technical skills in easier Chopin repertoire prepare students to play these masterworks for piano.

Robert Durso

Beethovan's Appassionata, Movements 2 and 3

Robert Durso examines the historical and musical elements of the final two movements of this perennial favorite and analyzes how to master some of the most difficult passages by applying principles of the Taubman Approach.

John Bloomfield

Untangling Running Passages in Mozart's Music

Even for experienced pianists, the crystalline clarity and easy grace demanded by Mozart’s music can be elusive. John Bloomfield explores passages in Mozart's piano repertoire and offers solutions to common problems.

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