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Sigismond Thalberg’s 200th Anniversary

The recent anniversaries of Chopin and Schumann in 2010 and Franz Liszt in 2011 inspire us to once again travel back in time and set focus on another tremendously important, yet almost forgotten virtuoso pianist from this golden era of pianism: Sigismond Thalberg. Read more >>

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« on: January 21, 2014, 07:30:11 PM »

Hi All,

Just wanted to remind folks that the Rhinegold Music Education Expo on 7-8 Feb is free to attend when you preregister. The expo is at Barbican in London.
http://www.musiceducationexpo.co.uk/ has more info on the workshops sessions, exhibitors, TeachMeet session, demos and guest speakers. For a quick guide, there are tailored 'paths' to
make sure you don't miss the most relevant bits for you. Hope to see you there,

Frances (Music Teacher magazine writer)
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« Reply #1 on: February 03, 2014, 09:08:29 PM »

This looks like a fascinating few days. I am certainly going to Christine Croshaw's talk on overcoming performance anxieties/lack of belief etc

http://www.musiceducationexpo.co.uk/seminar/how-to-be-your-best-more-often-neuro-linguistic-programming/
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« Reply #2 on: February 19, 2015, 04:31:59 PM »

Wow, another year has flown by. Anyone going along to the expo this year? It's on the 12-13 March, at the Barbican. There are quite a lot of sessions that look excellent and the last two years expos have been great. I'll be popping along, just wanted to share the info for any other teachers/musicians/prospective teachers out there!

http://www.musiceducationexpo.co.uk/conference-programme/full-programme/
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