Music & Arts – in partnership with FJH Music– is bringing another season of piano workshops to your local community! These exciting events are FREE OF CHARGE and run by seasoned clinicians that specialize in piano pedagogy. Learn the latest classroom techniques, win prizes, get amazing discounts on sought-after materials, and meet the authors from your favorite publications!
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About the Workshop
What’s the Big Idea? Igniting the Creative Process in Classical Piano Lessons
Research shows that students who are growing up in a digital age are more intelligent, but are scoring lower on tests measuring creative aptitude. What are some ways that teachers can offer creative opportunities in their lessons to light that creative spark? In this dynamic workshop, Dr. Kevin Olson will focus on various ways students can develop creativity though some of his newest FJH publications, including the innovative series The Perfect Start and the well-known sight reading curriculum Sight Reading & Rhythm Every Day. In addition, he will showcase some of his newest solos and arrangements at a variety of levels. Don’t miss this informative, motivational showcase!
About the Clinician
Kevin Olson is an active pianist, composer, and member of the piano faculty at Utah State University, where he has taught a variety of courses, including piano literature, pedagogy, and accompanying. A native of Utah, Kevin began composing at age five. When he was twelve, his composition, An American Trainride, received the Overall First Prize at the 1983 National PTA Convention at Albuquerque, New Mexico. Since then he has been a Composer in Residence at the National Conference on Keyboard Pedagogy, and has written music commissioned and performed by groups such as the American Piano Quartet, the American Festival Chorus and Orchestra, Chicago a cappella, the Rich Matteson Jazz Festival, Music Teachers National Association, and several piano teacher associations around the country.
Kevin maintains a large piano studio, teaching students of a variety of ages and abilities. Many of the needs of his own piano students have inspired more than 100 books and solos published by the FJH Music Company, which he joined as a writer in 1994.
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