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.

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.


Princess Alpenrose said...


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

The Well Tempered Blog 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).