Adult Piano Adventures: Teacher Workshop

with Philippa Topham

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Hosted by Forsyth

Sponsored by Faber Piano Adventures & Hal Leonard Europe

Saturday 1 June 2019

2pm - 4pm

FREE ENTRY plus free Teacher Pack and special discounts!
Please book in advance: see details below

Suitable for piano teachers
and piano students who plan to teach

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Discover the fresh new look of Adult Piano Adventures with online support, and a new supplementary repertoire library. The redesigned course enables adult beginners to play music for pleasure while developing musical understanding.

Join Piano Adventures clinician Philippa Topham as she guides you through the Adult Piano Adventures All-in-One Course book. This comprehensive overview will cover the teaching of music notation, chord playing, rhythm, harmony, and musical form, all through engaging music.

All attendees will receive a free Teacher Pack, including a volume from the Adult Piano Adventures series, and will be eligible on the day for 15% off titles in the Piano Adventures series!

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Book your places!

As places are limited, please let us know how many places you require and the names of all attendees:

0161 834 3281 (extension 204)

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Meet the presenter...

Philippa Topham studied as a concert pianist with Colin Horsley and Renna Kellaway at The Royal Northern College of Music, where she was awarded a scholarship and several prizes. She took part in masterclasses with Vlado Perlemuter, Tamás Vásáry and Sir William Glock. Philippa has performed as a solo pianist, concerto soloist, chamber musician and accompanist throughout the UK, Holland and the Middle East. She received her post-graduate Certificate in Education from Manchester University, and was a member of the Professional Development Panel for ABRSM. Professional activities include adjudicating, presenting seminars, leading singing sessions with dementia patients, and mentoring teachers for Diplomas. She has a thriving piano studio in Dorset as well as a busy performance schedule as an accompanist.

Philippa discusses her love of music and teaching in this interview for the Piano Adventures blog!