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British Excellence in New Tansman Piano Music Release

Chandos has been attentive in promoting the orchestral works of Alexandre Tansman, who due to the vagaries of fashion has to a great extent been ignored. They now embark on the piano music and a deeply personal project for soloist Margaret Fingerhut. 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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