The New School for Music Study, the laboratory school of the Frances
Clark Center for Keyboard Pedagogy, continues its pedagogy course
offerings this winter with "Charting the Course: Excellence in Elementary Teaching and Beyond." This
course will include five two-hour pedagogy forums designed to increase
effectiveness in all areas of piano teaching from the elementary to
late-elementary levels. The course will include lectures, reflection
discussions on teaching, independent reading, observation of videotaped
teaching, special projects, and webinars. On alternate weeks, Pedagogy
Course with Practicum participants are invited to observe New School
group and private lessons, as arranged with the Educational Director.
Classes will be every other Wednesday, 10:00AM-12:00PM, running from January 8 through March 13, 2020.
would recommend this course to any teacher. The result was that my
students learned more this year with greater comprehension of concepts
and were able to perform with confidence on the various student recitals
I held throughout the year.
Questions about Teacher Education Programs at NSMS?
Reply to this email and we'll be happy to help.
The Frances Clark Center for Keyboard Pedagogy,
a not-for-profit educational institution (501c3) located in Kingston,
New Jersey, serves pianists and teachers through its three divisions:
The National Conference on Keyboard Pedagogy, the Piano Magazine, and The New School for Music Study.
MAMTG's Student Music Festival is for students of all ages and
performance abilities. Students can attend MAMTG's annual Student Music
Festival in New Jersey. Competitions, assessments / evaluations, Talent
Showcases and Ensembles Showcases for students in bands and groups.
Student Music Festival 2020
April 3rd, 4th & 5th
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel in Princeton, NJ
MAMTG Student Music Festival returns to
Princeton, NJ at DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel. Festival '20 will include
piano, strings, guitar, voice and musical theatre competitions,
assessments/evaluations. Plus Talent Showcases and Ensembles Showcase.
Subscribe to MAMTG emails below to stay informed on Festival 2020. Regular Deadline To Sign-Up is 2/1/20. Late Registration is 2/2/20 to 3/1/20.
Are you a member school or teacher yet?
Remember to complete Member Registration and submit with payment
Are your students registered for their events
Make sure to collect all completed registration forms and payment
by 2/1/2020. Mail one check equaling the total of all registration forms, postmarked by 2/1/20.
Are you and/or your teachers aware of the festival
rules and guidelines?
mamtg.org for more information so teachers can prepare their students for a successful Festival performance.
Please reach out to discuss the Festival. Getting
your music school and students involved in MAMTG’s Student Music Festival ’20 adds great value for your students and parents.MAMTG’s
Office will be closed 12/22/19 through 1/1/20 for the Holidays.