Poster Sessions

Poster Sessions will be Available Throughout the Conference

The Art of Imitating Traditional Chinese Instruments in Piano Works

  • University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina: Zhenyu Gao; Jie He

The Art of Learning and Practicing: Practice Piano Efficiently

  • Xuan Yi, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas

Clear as Mud: Reading Music as a Student with Dyslexia

  • Olivia Grace Colomaio, University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina

Contextualizing the Baroque: Designing an Undergraduate Harpsichord Curriculum for Piano Majors

  • Curtis Pavey, independent music teacher, Cincinnati, Ohio

Conversation Around the Water Cooler: Building Community with Classmates and Colleagues

  • Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, Texas: Lindsay Bastian; Emilie C. Griffin; Nora Mello; Maria Santos; Jessie Welsh, NCTM

Czerny Etudes: A Teaching Staple in Asian Countries

  • Jinnan Liu, NCTM, Baylor University, Waco, Texas

Demographics of Tenured and Tenure-Track Collegiate Applied Piano Faculty in the U.S.

  • Cole Burger, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio

The Effect of Affekt in Musical Works

  • Elaina McBride, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Engaging Autistic Students in Music Lesson

  • Yangmingting Fang, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama

The Forgotten French Woman: The Pedagogical Piano Works of Germaine Tailleferre

  • Jenna Marie Eklund Klein, University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma

The Forgotten Piano Teaching Romantic Pieces: César Franck’s Eighteen Short Pieces

  • Po Sim Head, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas

The Forgotten Piano Works of Cécile Chaminade

  • Rebekah Schultz, University of Mississippi, Oxford, Mississippi

Humanizing the Virtual Classroom: Best Teaching Practices for Student Success

  • Samantha Cho, Cabrillo College, Aptos, California

“The Hunt” for the Best Beethoven Edition—Beethoven Piano Sonata Op. 31 No. 3

  • Anna Ahlquist, Nazareth College, Rochester, New York

Inclusive Piano Pedagogy: Expanding Diversity and Cultural Awareness

  • Marcia L. Bosits, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois

Intermediate Repertoire in the Helen Walker-Hill Collection: Zenobia Powell Perry and Valerie Capers

  • University of Colorado Boulder, Boulder, Colorado: David Reid, Elizabeth Smith

Learning to Waltz: Progressive Literature for the Chopin Waltz

  • Qiwen Wan, University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina

Lessons Learned from COVID-19: Strategies for Virtual Group Piano Teaching

  • Seoyeon Hong, University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina

The Linguistic Link: Understanding the Influence of the Hungarian Language in the Music of Béla Bartók

  • Peter Klimo, independent music teacher, Los Angeles, California

Mindfulness in Music Teaching: Practical Applications to Piano Lessons

  • Fernanda Nieto, Fernanda Nieto Piano Studio, Westminster, Colorado

“Musas” Piano Works by Latin American Women Composers

  • Gabriela Calderón Cornejo, independent music teacher, South San Francisco, California

An Ounce of Prevention: Plan to Prevent Lower Back Pain in Pianists

  • Northwestern State University, Natchitoches, Louisiana: David Berrocal; Connor Breaux; Mario Gomez; Karla Paola Gonzalez Bueno; Edgardo David Paz; Hannah Potter

Pedagogical Benefits of the Alternatively Sized Keyboards

  • University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan: Ceren Su Sahin; Ayunia Indri Saputro

Perform Better—Memorize Better: Using Imagery in Practice and Performance

  • Amy M. Simpson, West Virginia University, Morgantown, West Virginia

Piano Sonatas by 20th Century Soviet Female Composers

  • Helena Hyesoo Kim, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio

Pre-college Experiences of College Piano Majors Regarding Playing-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders and Preventative Strategies

  • Stephanie Archer, NCTM, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida

South Korean-German Composer Isang Yun: The Integration of East-Asian Philosophies and Korean Traditional Music in His Work for Solo Piano, “Shao Yang Yin”

  • Eloise Young Eun Kim, independent music teacher, Los Angeles, California

Teaching Success: 3 Key Relationships that Really Matter

  • Christina Tio, Music Institute of Chicago, Winnetka, Illinois

Uncovering an Innovative Approach: Heinrich Neuhaus’ Secrets of Tone Production Applied to Tchaikovsky’s Album for the Young

  • University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina: Megan Blood, NCTM, Polina Golubkova

Using the Interest Development Scale to Measure Interest Development in Instrumental Practice in Adolescent Piano Students: A Descriptive Pilot Study

  • Carla L. Salas-Ruiz, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana

When the Piano Meets Beijing Opera—A Fusion of Western and Chinese Musical Elements

  • Mengyu Song, University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina

Writing Program Notes with Your Students for Recitals

  • Sunjoo Lee, Midlands Arts Conservatory, Columbia, South Carolina