The Golandsky Institute presents a London Workshop featuring Edna Golandsky April 13-15, 2018 concentrating on short informative talks, problem solving and technique clinics, master classes, plus question and answer sessions.
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.
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.
Senior director and co-founder Robert Durso discusses the core concept of rotation in this video and addresses the misconceptions surrounding it. Rotation is one of the pillars of the Taubman Approach. Without it, the work is not complete. If you are looking to teach rotation or learn it yourself, watch this video! It covers the following: Basic Alignment, Single Rotation, Double Rotation.