USQ Keyed Up for Top Musical Feast; Pianists and Teachers Come Together at Australasian Piano Pedagogy Conference

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USQ Keyed Up for Top Musical Feast; Pianists and Teachers Come Together at Australasian Piano Pedagogy Conference


PIANO teachers and performers from around the world will converge on the University of Southern Queensland next week for the 11th Australasian Piano Pedagogy Conference.

Every two years the conference brings together pianists, teachers, students, scholars and piano enthusiasts with the delegates for the 2013 conference hailing from Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada and Asia.

Conference chair and USQ staff member Kathy Pingel said it would be a musical feast for all involved.

aThere will be a vast array of intensive sessions that address a range of levels and styles, providing lectures, open forums, lecture recitals, workshops, master classes, concerts and trade displays,a she said.

aItas about raising the awareness of leading pedagogical and performance practices that foster effective teaching and pianism at all levels.a

Ms Pingel said the delegates would not be the only ones to benefit from the conference.

aThis is a prestigious event which will also serve to showcase USQ and the Toowoomba community on the world stage. It will also give local music enthusiasts a chance to see and hear these critically acclaimed performers in action,a she said.

Filipino-American pianist Jovanni-Rey de Pedro said he had been looking forward to the event for the past two years. …

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