Friday, October 14, 2005

World's Largest Piano Lesson - Cont'd

The event continues the 16th of this month. Check out the website there are archived broadcasts, a chat group, and othe resources. Here's the program's details for the 16th.
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Sunday, October 16, 2005 – 3 p.m. EST

Virtual ticketholders will participate in the worldwide internet broadcast of a 60 minute Webimentary™ including a multi-media experience. live performance and interactive question and answer with the live and on-line audience. Virtuoso pianist Richard Bosworth will instruct on three major works and perform the Chopin in its entirety.

Andante spianato et grande polonaise brillante in
E flat major, Op. 22 Frederic Chopin


Ballade in the form of variations on a Norwegian folk melody,
Op. 24 Edvard Grieg


Gaspard de la nuit Maurice Ravel

i. Ondine

ii. Le gibet

iii. Scarbo



More info here.

2 comments:

Ariadne said...

"Brilliant!"

Seriously, this is the future of music education. Are we all paying attention now?

Bart Collins said...

I think it's fantastic! I'm still bound I suppose to the old studio model, but I'm very open to where this leads.

Thanks for posting (and, hey, sign the guest map next time you stop by).