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Sunday, March 14

All Times Are Eastern Time

(Time, Presenters and Sessions Are Subject to Change)


Poster Sessions will be accessible throughout the Virtual Conference.


8:00–9:00 a.m.


  • The RCM Certificate Program

9:15–10:45 a.m.

Keynote Session
Expanding the Role of Artists and Importance of the Arts in Healthcare Environments

  • Todd Frazier

11:00 a.m.–12:00 noon

Defining, Encouraging Diversity: A Survey of High-Profile Community-Oriented Music Education Programs in the U.S., Germany and Korea

  • Yoon Joo Hwang

Diversify Your Teaching Repertoire: Piano Music by Women Composers from the Baroque to Today (Early-Intermediate–Advanced)

  • Nicholas Phillips, NCTM

Let the Website Speak: Crafting a More Effective Studio Website

  • Andrea Miller

MTNA Distinguished Composer of the Year Recital

Percussive ARTiculation

  • Adam Groh

Purposeful Listening: Key to Lasting Musicianship

  • Chan Kiat Lim, NCTM; Siok Lian Tan, NCTM

The RMM Band Wagon—Should You Be On It?

  • Amy Rose Immerman, NCTM

The Sandwich Generation: Chronicling the Experiences of College Student-Teachers During COVID Times

  • Florida State University Collegiate Chapter

12:00 noon–12:45 p.m.

Simply Stretch

  • Jacqueline Herbein, NCTM

1:00–2:00 p.m.


  • Hal Leonard

2:15–3:15 p.m.

From the Pen to the Premiere

  • Glenda Austin; and Gayle Kowalchyk and E. L. Lancaster, NCTM

Looking Ahead to a Creative Retirement—No Matter Your Age!

  • Beth Gigante Klingenstein, NCTM

Muscle Memory: Friend or Foe?

  • Spencer S. Myer

Music Therapy Adaptation in Piano Pedagogical Setting

  • Georgia College & State University Collegiate Chapter

Piano Works by Latin American Women Composers: A Lecture Recital

  • Gabriela Calderón-Cornejo

The Political Implication in Selected Chinese Folksong Transcriptions for Violin and Piano

  • Yang Liu; I-Hsuan OliviaTsai, NCTM

String Speak: String Tech for Pianists

  • Anna Cromwell; Miranora Frisch

Technique Without Tears

  • Nancy O’ Neill Breth

3:30–4:30 p.m.

An Introduction to Chinese Piano Music: Creating Dialogue About Diversity

  • Washington State University Collegiate Chapter

The Beauty and the Beast of Online Teaching: Embracing Change Through Diversity

  • Diana Dumlavwalla, NCTM; Ka Man Melody Ng, NCTM

Composing Outside the Box

  • Jennifer Foxx

Confusions and Solutions: An Evolving Pianistic and Musical Journey

  • Phyllis A. Lehrer, NCTM

The Magic of Imagery

  • Catherine Rollin, NCTM

Mindful Movement: Applying Yogic Principles to Preschool, Adolescent and Senior Music Lessons

  • Lesley McAllister, NCTM

Overcoming the Sticky Floor: Re-writing the Myths of Women Composers to Reveal the Scope and Genius of Their Magic

  • Lynn Worcester Jones, NCTM; Penny Lazarus, NTCM; Sally J. Ritchie; Sue Ruby

Practicing in the Time of Covid-19: Creative Tips for Thriving in Unusual Conditions

  • Barbara Fast, NCTM

3:30–5:00 p.m.

Winners Concert: National Winners Of The MTNA Chamber Music, Junior Performance, Elementary And Junior Composition Winners

Division Meetings

8:00 p.m.

Piano Recital

  • McCain Duo
  • Nyaho/Garcia Duo

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