Philadelphia Workshop 2014

Join us for our Philadelphia Workshop, May 31 and June 1, 2014 at University of the Arts!

The Golandsky Institute, together with The University of the Arts, will have lectures open to the general public and a special teacher training in Philadelphia on Saturday, May 31 and Sunday, June 1, 2014.

This event, partially sponsored by the Rorer Foundation, The Max and Sunny Howard Memorial Foundation, The University of the Arts and The Golandsky Institute is being offered as intensive training in the Taubman Approach.  This training is intended to deepen and accelerate your diagnostic, practical and theoretical skills as pianists and teachers.

The lecture portion and Ms. Golandsky’s master class is open to the general public free of charge; however, the private lesson observation is only open to students of Golandsky Institute faculty, certified teachers, practice assistants and participants in the certification program.

A concert on May 31st will feature pianist Nathaniel LaNasa, who recently performed in Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall. He is a student of Robert Durso.

Other fees:

$50 per 30 minute lesson which includes observation
$50 for observation only 

For more information, please view the UArts website.