Playing Large Distances Comfortably

Have you ever felt your hands are too small for certain repertoire or that your physical wellness is compromised in octave passages? If so, this workshop can give you the tools to play large intervals and chords effectively and comfortably. Anna Reiser will share strategies based in the Taubman Approach to piano playing and guide students through opportunities to practice these skills.

Open to pianists aged 16 and up. Minimum 4 students, maximum 8 students.

Saturday, January 27, 2018

10:00 a.m. - noon
Shattuck 156, Lawrence Conservatory of Music (#13 on campus map)
Fee: $34.00


head shot of smiling teacher in front of treesAnna Reiser is passionate about helping pianists find technical and musical freedom at their instrument. She trained with Dr. Teresa Dybvig of the Well-Balanced Pianist in the Taubman Approach to piano playing, and she specializes in helping pianists recover from playing-related injuries.

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