The Well-Balanced Pianist on
Focus on teaching - ourselves and our
A Columbus Day Weekend Piano Program in Wyndmoor,
sorry to tell you that registration for The Well-Balanced Pianist
Pennsylvania 2015 is closed.
taking a sabbatical from the administrative duties associated with our short
programs. We hope you will join us for The
Well-Balanced Pianist Colorado 2018, which will take place in July
2018! Program and registration information should be available by mid-December
contact the Well-Balanced Pianist if you would like
to be notified when program details become available.
Grafton Piano for supplying
practice pianos for The Well-Balanced Pianist
Would you like to
read some great reasons to attend The Well-Balanced
Pianist? See what past participants
have to say.
No previous experience in the Taubman approach or Alexander Technique is
necessary for participation in this program.
"I gained a
tremendous amount of kinesthetic awareness of my body in its orientation to the
piano from my studies with Ariel Weiss. Her keen and specific direction
and focused determination to help me do what I love doing the most has helped
me play with more facility and unhampered energy. It was a great honor to work
with her, and I have the highest praise for the artistry with which she does
her essentially life-changing work."
Pianist, graduate student at The Yale School of Music,
graduates of The Curtis Institute of Music and The Juilliard School
studying with Teresa Dybvig, I had studied with several prominent
teachers of the Taubman Technique for nine years. Although I made some
progress, it was not until I started studying with Terry that my technique
finally came together... Terry helped me regain my proper posture and hand
shape... Terry not only was able to balance my body; her focus is always on
musical expression. She has a unique gift of balancing the teaching of
technical skills with the expression of music. I am finally beginning to be
where I want to be in my piano playing. I am convinced that this is due to
Terry's high quality teaching."
Thomas B. Stuart
Accompanist and Collaborative Pianist
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