7 April, Tuesday, Teacher Training Day
Peregrine’s Pianos in 137a Grays Inn Road, London WC1X 8TU
event at a glance
09.30-10.30 Masterclass with Professor Valery Piassetski, Russia
10.30-11.30 Miyu Shindo Recital, student of Professor Valery Piassetski, Japan
11.30-12.30 Masterclass Professor Tania Kozlova, Israel
12.30-13.30 Student Recital Class of Professor Tania Kozlova, Israel
14.00-15.00 Vladimir Ivanov Recital, student of Professor Tatiana Shklovskaya, Russia
15.00-16.00 Workshop with Professor Tatiana Shklovskaya, Russia
16.00-17.00 Workshop with Irina Woronow, Germany
Professor Valery Piassetski
Central Music School, Moscow
The renowned pedagogue Valery Piassetski boasts many international piano competition prize-winners among his students. As a Director of the Central Music School and Professor at the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory, he has dedicated his life to carrying on the legacy of the tradition of the Russian Piano School.
Valery Piassetski, Director of the Central Music School in Moscow to give a masterclass during Elena Cobb Star Prize Festival 2020. His student, Miyu Shindo (Japan) will perform two solo recitals on both days of the festival. Read more > Private coaching with Professor Piassetski will be available.
Professor Tania Kozlova
Israel Conservatory of Music
Professor Tania Kozlova is an eminent piano pedagogue at the Israel Conservatory of Music in Tel-Aviv. Her students have received many awards at national and international piano competitions and hold prestigious scholarships from the American Israeli Cultural Foundation and the Zfunot Tarbut Foundation. Ms Kozlova’s extensive knowledge of modern piano pedagogy makes her a frequent presenter at major educational music conferences and an adjudicator at festivals and competitions.
Miju Shindo, Japan
Student of Professor Valery Piassetski
In addition to recitals in her home country of Japan, Miyu Shindo has performed in the Great Hall at the Moscow Conservatory and at Carnegie Hall, and in Austria and Italy. She has collaborated with the Nagoya Philharmonic, Central Aichi Symphony, and Obu Philharmonic Orchestras, and placed in several international competitions.
Miyu is a quarterfinalist of the Cliburn Junior competition 2019.
Student Class Recital
Professor Tania Kozlova, Israel
Israel Music Conservatory, Tel Aviv
Eden Miroshnik, Conservatorium of Netanya, pedagogue Nadia Fridkvskaja
Vladimir Ivanov, Russia
Student of Profs Tatiana Shklovskaya
Ass. Prof.Tatiana Shklovskaya
Gnessin College of Music, Moscow
Pre-reading period with beginners
Tatiana Shklovskaya currently splits her teaching between the Gnessin Music College (МССМШ им.Гнесин), where she studied under Profs Rodzevich (she also graduated from the Gnessin Institute under Profs. Gutman), and the State Classical Academy in Moscow where she works as an Associate Professor. Her acclaimed pupil Alexey Melnikov received the Third Prize and Bronze Medal in the XVI International Tchaikovsky Competition
Ms Shklovskaya’s pedagogical approach is based on the traditions of the Russian Piano School. She has enjoyed a successful concert pianist career with the Moscow State Philharmonia and became a laureate of national and international piano competitions, receiving several important government honours and awards. She is, she says, “very proud of her students who have become fine musicians and laureates of national and international competitions in Europe, Asia and US more than a thousand times!”
Irina Woronow, Germany
Applying the Orff method with young beginners, using tunes on the black keys
Irina Woronow, the author of the popular piano method Klavierschule Verliebte Giraffe, studied the classic approach to piano pedagogy at the Kazakh National Academy of Music and the Orff method at the State Academy for Music and Performing Arts in Mannheim.
In her workshop, Irina will demonstrate how, during the pre-reading period, the Orff Method will help to engage even the most apprehensive beginner, using tunes, play-alongs and some clever technology from her new book Happy Piano Keys.
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terms & conditions
All payments are non-refundable in all circumstances unless organisers cancel the event.
No payments are required from those who are placed on waiting lists.