Golandsky Institute kicks off 10th annual piano festival – The Times of Trenton

The Golandsky Institute is the preeminent center for the Taubman Approach, which emphasizes natural movement and healthy technique to minimize pain and repetitive stress injury in musicians. The method was pioneered by Dorothy Taubman, who died on April 3 at the age of 95. Edna Golandsky co-founded the Taubman Institute in 1976. Its success led to the establishment of her own institute in Princeton in 2003. The piano festival coincides with the annual Golandsky Institute Summer Symposium.