Two Excellent Videos Demonstrate the Taubman Approach Used at High Performance Levels

Two excellent videos demonstrate the Taubman Approach used at high performance levels. Students of the Golandsky Institute, Jason Chase and Guy Katz, showcase beautiful performances that are driven by a technical command of the piano. In both cases, the Taubman Approach shines. Watch now!

Jason Chase plays Chopin’s Etude Op. 10, No. 1 “Waterfall” using the Taubman Approach.
Guy Katz accompanies tenor Kevin Ray in Schubert’s Der Erlkönig, Op. 1, D. 328.

If you are inspired by these pianists’ musical and technical ability, consider attending two upcoming events this summer in Boston or Portland.

On June 23 and 24, join Senior Director Robert Durso and Lecturing Faculty Yoriko Fieleke for a weekend workshop at Boston University. The workshop will feature informative presentations and hands-on problem solving sessions. Robert Durso will also provide intensive training for students and teachers of the Taubman Approach in an open lesson format for diagnosis and proper implementation of the technique. 
Learn more about the Boston Workshop.

For those looking for a longer immersive experience in the Taubman work, join us at the Summer Symposium in Portland, Oregon, July 29 – August 4. We offer five days of involved Taubman Approach learning on the beautiful campus of Lewis & Clark College.

Attending the Symposium includes the following:

3 private lessons
3 supervised practice times in addition to private lessons for first-time participants
3 interactive technique clinics
For participants with previous exposure to the Taubman Approach, breakout groups offer additional hands-on experience in conjunction with lectures
Master classes
Presentations by John Bloomfield, Robert Durso, Mary Moran, Deborah Cleaver, and Elizabeth Swarthout
5 evening concerts by world-class artists performing in the Portland Piano International Summer Festival