The Golandsky Institute is pleased to release this exclusive set of lectures and master classes from our New York Workshop in April 2017. These videos offer the latest and most up-to-date teachings of the Taubman Approach. Edna Golandsky, John Bloomfield, Robert Durso, and Mary Moran present compelling material giving technical strategies to implementing the Taubman Approach in your playing. The videos offer an extraordinary amount of training and learning, and are perfect for anyone teaching or learning the Taubman Approach.
Learn about Bach's 2-part inventions from our founding member.
Om Shrikam, age 11, won 3rd place in the Great Composers Competition: Sibelius. He was the youngest performer to win, and the only pianist. He played The Spruce, Opus 75, #5. Other winners came from Poland and Spain. Om is a student of Shari Weisz, certified teacher by the Golandsky Institute.
Mariko Sato will present a piano master class about the Taubman Approach at the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM), on November 30, 2017. Three classical piano students from Sonia Wheaton Dudley's class will have the opportunity to perform a piece and receive public coaching from guest teacher Mariko Sato. Learn more
Join us in London for two workshops January 19-21 and April 13-15, 2018 featuring Edna Golandsky, Robert Durso, and Deren Eryilmaz.
If you have questions concerning the Taubman Approach, you can leave your questions on Edna Golandsky's blog in the comments section. This is an exciting new feature! Time may not allow her to answer all questions, but those selected will be recorded and released every few weeks. Ask your question now!
Aran Basu (student of our Certified Teacher Shari Weisz) received an Honorable Mention in the 2017 New York Debut Young Musicians Competition.