Teaching Piano Technique Online Webinar
Webinar for Teachers presented by Angela Turner
As teaching online becomes a new norm, teachers may find the need to adapt their delivery through the lens of a camera. Join Angela Turner, well-respected teacher and head of the Intermediate Piano Program at the Young Conservatorium, Queensland Conservatorium, as she discusses models of distance learning, and conveying technical and musical concepts effectively without physical presence.
- Different models of online learning
- Exploring ways to convey technical musical concepts online
- Utilizing recordings to enhance teaching and learning
SESSIONS NOW FULL
We’re sorry but due to popular demand, all sessions are now full.
If you have already registered we will email you the zoom meeting link prior to the event, as well as the recording after (no need to register twice)
When: Wednesday, 6th May
Time: 11am & 1pm AEST
Duration: 60 minutes
About Angela Turner
Australian pianist Angela Turner enjoys a multifaceted career as pianist and lecturer. Broadcast on Australian radio as soloist and chamber musician, Angela has performed extensively throughout Australia, and the UK, Canada and Taiwan. In recent years, Angela has enjoyed a focus upon chamber music, most notably with the Lyrebird Trio, who were winners of all piano trio prizes at the quadrennial 2013 Asia Pacific Chamber Music Competition. Angela’s recent engagements have included appearances at the 4MBS, Mackay, Port Fairy, Tyalgum and Australian Piano Duo Festivals; Melbourne Recital Centre, Sydney Opera House, Ukaria Centre, Kawai Keyboard Series, Mason and Hamlin Series, Queensland Symphony Orchestra Chamber Series and for Musica Viva. Lyrebird Trio were 2014 and 2015 Winter Musicians-in-Residence at Banff Centre for the Arts, Canada, and Ensemble-in-Residence at the Queensland Conservatorium.
Angela has been on staff at the Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University since 1998, lecturing across a range of practical and academic subjects at pre-tertiary, tertiary and post-graduate levels. She is currently head of the Intermediate Piano Program at the Young Conservatorium. Angela is an AMEB Keyboard Examiner and a Federal Keyboard Syllabus Consultant, part of a team that recently completed a two-year review AMEB’s keyboard syllabi and publications. A sought-after adjudicator and presenter around Australia, Angela is the author of the popular “Exploring Piano” repertoire series for publishers Hal Leonard. Angela completed her Master of Music on exchange at the Royal College of Music, London, and is a graduate and Conservatorium medallist of the Queensland Conservatorium.
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