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This Week's Featured Content: Inspired Teaching

Renew Your Enthusiasm for the New Teaching Year

TIMELESS TEACHING VIDEOS


Curated from the rich archives of The Frances Clark Center, these videos present meaningful and inspirational insights about piano teaching and learning from master teachers of the past and present.

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How do mobile devices and apps inspire and facilitate your teaching?

INSPIRING ARTISTRY


Modules focus on pedagogical approaches from leading teachers and provide detailed guidelines for the preparation, practice, and mastery of standard elementary and intermediate literature.

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The Magic Triangle: Teacher/Student/Parent

The Magic Triangle: Teacher/Student/Parent

The new school year offers students, teachers, and even parents a fresh start.
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This Week in Piano History

August 7

August 7
1912 - Sergei Prokofiev gave the world premeire of his Piano Concerto No. 1.

July 31

July 31
1886: Franz Liszt died at the age of 75.

July 29

July 29
1856: Robert Schumann died in an asylum near Bonn Germany.

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