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Education

Portland Piano International is committed to providing educational opportunities with our visiting artists. Our summer

festival includes many master classes, lectures, and other educational activities. In addition we offer master classes throughout the year with our recital series artists.

Not sure if you would enjoy a master class? A master class is basically a piano lesson with a “master” teacher and usually 1-3 students — and the public is invited to “eavesdrop!” You needn’t be a teacher or a student to enjoy a master class. Come see for yourself!

2010-11 MASTER CLASSES

Paul Roberts master class, 2007

This season we offer the following educational opportunities in cooperation with Sherman Clay/Moe’s Pianos. All events are free and open to the public, and take place at Sherman Clay/Moe’s Pianos,

131 NW 13th Ave, Portland.

Master class with Joaquin Achucarro

CANCELLED

 

Master class with Paul Roberts

Wednesday, February 9, 2011, 7:30 pm

          Sponsors: Lorna and Albert Biggerstaff

 

Please contact Robin Power at 503-228-1388 or robin@portlandpiano.org if you are interested in participating in a future master class.

 

 

     SPECIAL EVENT: Keyboard Conversations with Jeffrey Siegel:  "The Romantic World of Robert Schumann"

               Wednesday, October 27, 2010, 7:30 pm, at Sherman Clay/Moe's Pianos, 131 NW 13th Ave.

                                                                         FREE ADMISSION!

Celebrate Schumann's 200th birthday with his love inspired Fantasy Pieces Opus 12 and the stunning, virtuoso Symphonic    Etudes Opus 13 - or "Variations on a melody of a false Father-in-Law!" If ever a composer's music was inspired by his love life, this is the composer, and these are the compositions!

“The virtuosity and poetry of a world-class pianist combined with entertaining commentary create a concert experience that is magical” The New York Times.

 

 
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