Wednesday, March 22, 2017


8:00–9:00 a.m.

Digital Technology In The Music Lesson: Creating Flow

  • Carolyn Wagner

Hey...Listen To This! Teaching Students With Strong Ears And Fingers But Low Reading Levels And A Limited Classical Background.

  • Stephanie Bruning, NCTM

The More The Merrier: Creating Collaborative Experiences For Students Of All Ages

  • Sarah J. Alexander, NCTM; Whitney Hawker, NCTM; Spring Seals, NCTM

Practically Perfect Practicing

  • Robert Jesselson

Starter Steps For Playing Eighteenth- Century Repertoire On The Modern Piano

  • Donna Gunn, NCTM

9:15–10:15 a.m.

Baltimore’s Own Philip Glass At Eighty: Pedagogical Explorations Into The New Etudes For Piano

  • Paul Barnes

Chopping Down The Rhythm Tree: The Status Quo Has Got To GO!

  • Curtis Tredway

Me Talk Music!

  • Wynn-Anne Rossi

“Rote” Is Not A Four-letter Word: The Role Of Rote Teaching In The Development Of Reading Technique And Artistry

  • Katherine Fisher; Julie Knerr

Three’s Company: Engaging Works For Piano Six Hands

  • Scott Beard, NCTM; Yu-Hsuan Liao; Laura Renninger

10:30 a.m.–12:00 noon

Awards Brunch