Irina Gorin Workshops Sydney 2019

What

Piano Teacher Training Workshops with Irina Gorin

When

October 2, 3, 4

2019

Where

47a Kenneth Street

Longueville NSW 2066

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OCT 2-4

Longueville NSW

LAST DAY TO BOOK

1  October!

Topics Covered

  • Importance of the primary stage of piano education
  • Role of the piano teacher
  • Developing healthy technique at the early stages
  • Parental education and involvement in the process
  • Developing the musical ability in young children
  • Sound production skills
  • Basic articulations: Non Legato, Legato, Staccato
  • Pre-reading period during primary stage of piano education
  • Note reading approaches
  • Working with transfer students
  • Interpretation at elementary – intermediate levels
  • Question/Answer sessions
  • Hands-on workshops
 

About Irina

World-renowned piano pedagogue and teacher - trainer

Irina Gorin

Author, Tales of a Musical Journey

Irina Gorin, born in Kiev, Ukraine, studied at Kiev Music Institute and Kharkov Conservatory. She holds Masters Degrees in Piano Performance, Piano Pedagogy, Chamber Ensemble, and Accompaniment.

Over the last 30 years, Mrs. Gorin has established a reputation as one of the most prominent pedagogues for children in the United States and beyond. Gorin Piano Studio’s graduates continue their musical education in Universities and Conservatories throughout the United States, pursuing diplomas in Performance, Pedagogy, and Music Education.

Since 2013, Irina Gorin also contributes to the enrichment of piano teachers by regularly conducting workshops, lectures, presentation and master classes in many states of America, Italy, UK, Germany, Spain, China, Hong Kong, and Singapore.  Mrs. Gorin is often sought after as a judge for local and national piano competitions.

In order to showcase the talent of young pianists, Irina Gorin founded and served as President of the Carmel Klavier International Piano Competition, which has welcomed competitors from all over the world since 2014.

 

Tales of a Musical Journey

Tales of a Musical Journey is the culmination of Gorin’s vast education and teaching experience. The series uniquely blends Russian and world’s teaching methods to prepare beginning piano students for a classical repertoire.  Translated into fifteen languages with more coming, thousands of copies of this publication have been sold in more than sixty countries.

Written in a form of a chapter book, “Tales of a Musical Journey” uses fairy tale setting and characters to introduce and expand musical concepts. In the series, the young minds are set on a journey through fictitious musical land, where they become friends with the inhabitants of the land. Entertaining and logically interconnected stories develop a young student’s understanding and appreciation of music and piano playing. Comprehensive analogies with the Fairy Tale characters and their adventures make studying complicated techniques easy and fun. Ear training exercises and theory activities further train and develop young musical ears.

 

 Schedule

Hands-on workshops

October  2

9:30   Morning Tea and Registration - Meet & Greet

10:00  Session 1:  Techniques at the primary stages

12:30  Lunch catered by Simmone Logue

14:00  Session 2:  Using Tales to aid development of piano technique at the primary stages

16:30  Q & A session, wrap - up

16:30

October 3

10:00  Session 3:  Developing musical abilities at the primary stages

12:00  Lunch catered by Simmone Logue

13:00  Session 4:  Using Tales to aid development of musical abilities at the primary stages

15:00  Afternoon Tea

15:30  Continuation of Session 4 (finish at 16:30)

16:30

October 4

10:00  Session 5:  Elementary level students after Tales

12:30  Lunch catered by Simmone Logue

14:00  Optional 1 on 1 private training with Irina (additional fee)

16:30

The Venue

St. Andrew's Uniting Church

47a Kenneth Street Longueville NSW 2066

Enjoy the opportunity to receive quality professional development on Sydney's beautiful lower North Shore.  Meet piano colleagues and share your experiences with like-minded teachers.  Take home inspiration and renewed enthusiasm to deliver real benefits to your students!

 

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