The Dorothy Taubman Seminar was founded in May 2003. The Co-Directors are Maria del Pico Taylor and Sondra Tammam. The Co-Founders Maria del Pico Taylor, Sondra Tammam, Father Paul Maillet and the late Eleanor Hancock developed the Seminar as an event to offer "hands on" training as well as Master Classes with Dorothy Taubman.
The mission of this seminar is to teach the principles of The Taubman Approach under the guidance of Dorothy Taubman, Visiting Professor of Piano at Temple University, and celebrated innovator of revolutionary concepts and principles in the art of piano playing. The seminar is the only one of its kind sanctioned by Dorothy Taubman. The wealth of her ever growing research, both in piano technique and on interpretation of the musical score is presented to the public at seminars and workshops internationally by the faculty.
We are proud to welcome four distinguished guest artists to the Seminar 2016. Our Master Classes will be given by:
Yoheved Kaplinsky - Chairman of the Keyboard Department and the Preparatory Division at the Juilliard School in New York City, Professor at the former Taubman Institute of Piano, International Performer and Clinician
Daniel Epstein - Professor of Piano at the Manhattan School of Music and at Rutgers University, Founder of the award winning Raphael Trio, Studied with Dorothy Taubman, International Performer, Recording Artist and Guest Clinician
Gail Berenson - Professor of Piano at Ohio State University, former President of MTNA, recognized authority on Music Medicine, sought-after clinician for all major national/international music organizations, Gala Recital Guest Artist
Ian Hobson - Professor of Piano at the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign, Recitals and performances with major orchestras worldwide, recorded complete works of Chopin, Brahms and others
Our very special event will be: “Validity of the Taubman Technique for the prevention and cure of piano related injuries and for the development of virtuosity.”
The presenters are: Maria del Pico Taylor, Maria Hubler, Dr. Ron Feinberg, Physical Therapist and Dr. Anthony Bazzan physician from the Center for Integrative Medicine at Jefferson Hospital.
Maria Botelho Hubler gave a Master Class as a guest master teacher for the Temple University Preparatory Division, Temple University for their second summer Suzuki Institute. In 2014 Ms. Botelho Hubler performed as a guest artist with "Orquestra Sinfonica de Americana", SP, Brazil, playing L. van Beethoven Concerto No.3 in C minor for piano and orchestra. She has a standing invitation to return to perform with the above mentioned Orchestra in the near future.
Maria Botelho Hubler presented a lecture about the Taubman Approach in Novi Sad, Serbia, for the seventh World Piano Conference.
Dear Friends of the Taubman Seminar:
A very exciting development for The Taubman Seminar 2015 will be the participation of three outstanding international guest artists: Michael Gurt, Angelin Chang and Sheila Paige.
|Maria del Pico Taylor||Maria Botelho Hubler||Angelin Chang|
|Michael Gurt||Maria del Pico Taylor||Sheila Paige|
The Right Sound
at the Right Time
Conversations with a
Medical Doctor and an
Specialist about the
|Music and the Brain|
|Michael Gurt||Jonathan Feldman||Daniel Epstein|
Pre-registration is required for the Taubman seminar. Please use the following URL to pre-register: http://www.temple.edu/boyer/summerworkshops/TaubmanPreReg.asp. Your official acceptance will be mailed within 48 hours. Note that this does not reserve a spot. When you receive your acceptance you must register. Please follow the process described at the bottom of the pre-registration web page to complete your registration.
Registration is limited to 24 students. Registration is neither final nor complete until full payment is received. Only a fully paid registration guarantees you a spot in the Seminar. All fees, including the registration fee are due upon registration and are non-refundable. There is a $50 late registration fee for any payments received after April 27, 2015. Due to the tremendous interest in this work, we recommend that you register ASAP.
COST: Registration - $45 Tuition - $595 Observer - $195 Class Notes - $15 All fees are non-refundable
Accommodations are available at Morgan Hall, the new 17-story high rise on Broad Street and Cecil B. Moore, ½ block from Rock Hall. Apartments have 2 to 4 bedrooms, kitchenette, private bathroom, and air conditioning. Cost of single occupancy for six nights (5/17 - 5/23) is $337 and cost of double occupancy is $301.
This is a University Course and can be taken for graduate or undergraduate credit. Full 6 days attendance is required. For more information and to register for credit, contact Dean David Brown at 215 204-8392. Registration deadline is April 27, 2015.
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Rock Hall, Temple University
1715 North Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19122
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