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Amsterdam and pianists

As musicians, we often talk about connections:  connecting emotionally with certain pieces of music;  connecting (or sometimes not) with the audience; connecting with one another when we perform 2015EPTAtogether; and about connections, or networks, within our profession.  And on this blog site I have often written about music and brain connections.

So I was delighted to be invited to give a presentation this past October at the 37th conference of the European Piano Teachers Association (EPTA).  The conference theme was Key Connections, and it was hosted by EPTA Netherlands and held at the Amsterdam Conservatory, which as you can see in the photo, is housed in a beautiful new building (opened in 2008).   Continue reading