Piano Adventures Teacher Training — Seminar 1
Seminar Instructor: David Andruss, Docent, University of Würzburg
The Zentrum für Musik-Frühbildung is pleased to present Faber Piano Adventures: an exciting and comprehensive, student-centered piano method, which helps teachers to develop musical hearts and minds through analysis, creativity and expression.
Piano Adventures, the most widely-used piano method in North Amerika and in much of Asia, has set new standards of quality for pedagogical materials. This innovative method is now available in a German edition.
On the first day of this seminar, you’ll get a brief overview of the breadth and scope of the Piano Adventures Curriculum and an in-depth look into the power of student-centered teaching. Then we dive right into intensive, interactive work on the pedagogy and methodology of the pieces in the first two levels of the German Edition of the Piano Adventures Basic Piano Method books.
The intensive, interactive work on the first two levels continues on the second day of the seminar. David Andruss, docent at the University of Würzburg, will also give you many valuable pedagogical tools for your work with students in both one-on-one, partner and group lessons. In addition, you’ll also get plenty of hands-on training on how to effectively use the innovative multi-media tools and supplementary literature from the Piano Adventures Curriculum.
Participants will receive the Piano Adventures-Zertifikat for Levels 1 and 2 at the end of the seminar.
Hosted by: Christiane Maier, Zentrum für Musik-Frühbildung
Wednesday, August 1st, 2018, 1 pm – 6 pm
Thursday, August 2nd, 2018, 9 am – 4 pm
The doors open on Wednesday at 12:30 pm, on Thursday at 8:30 am
Registration Deadline is July 27th, 2018!
Contact: Frau Christiane Maier
Telephone: (06144) 40 56 06 oder (0176) 10 14 55 95
Location: Zentrum für Musik-Frühbildung
Registration Fee for the Seminar Weekend: 95,- € / 76,- for students
(Included in the registration fee is the cost of the Unterrichtsheft and the Technik- & Vortragsheft from both levels 1 & 2 — a total of 4 books.)