Capturing Magical Musical Moments
Presented by: Mario Ajero
January 29, 2016
Learn the latest tools and tricks to broadcast recitals live or posting for viewing when it’s most convenient for your viewers.
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Demystifying Baroque and Classical Ornamentation
Presented by: George Litterst and Ratko Delorko
March 18, 2016
George Litterst and Ratko Delorko will discuss practical ways to approach ornamentation with musical freedom and authenticity.
The Role of Rote Teaching in the Development of Reading, Artistry, and Technique
Presented by: Katie Fisher and Julie Knerr
April 22, 2016
Join us as Julie Knerr and Katherine Fisher discuss the benefits of rote teaching in the early stages of piano study for the beginning student..
Virtual Ensembles for Practice and Performance
Presented by: Shana Kirk and Stella Sick
May 20, 2016
Chamber music? Concerti? Duets? We’ll explore the many ways to use 21st century technology to offer the ensemble experience to everyone!
Fun Summer Activities You Can Use Right Now
Presented by: Shana Kirk, Susan Ogilvy, Michelle Sisler, Wendy Stevens,
Carolyn Shaak, Jamie Shaak, Leila Viss
June 29, 2016
For this webinar, we have assembled some of MTNA's leading creative minds to share their favorite summer activities to put some zing into your summer lessons and camps.
Delightful Strategies For Teaching Keyboard Fundamentals
Presented by: George Litterst and Paul Sheftel
July 27, 2016
Join George Litterst and guest pedagogue, Paul Sheftel, who will present a potpourri of engaging strategies for learning keyboard fundamentals.
Unlocking Student Potential: Coaching For Self-Leadership
Presented by: Aeron Ogden
August 24, 2016
Aeron Ogden presents on student motivation, accountability, incentives, and other effective means of keeping students engage in their music studies.
How To Get Parents/Guardians On Your Side
Presented by: Desireé González and Christie K. Sowby
September 30, 2016
If you have ever wondered how auspicious teachers communicate with parents, this session is for you!
What Musicians Can Do
Presented by: Christine Guptill
October 21, 2016
This webinar offers some clinical and research-based information to help teachers and students identify risks and prevent problems before they start.
Jamming the Classics
Presented by: Bradley Sowash
November 11, 2016
Streamline learning and improve memorization of popular classical piano literature through the mindset of a jazz musician.
Studio Tech 4-1-1: Your Questions, Expert Answers!
Presented by: Shana Kirk, George Litterst,
December 9, 2016