June 15-16, 2015
Featured Guest Clinician:
Canadian pianist Alan Fraser is best known for his landmark works, The Craft of Piano Playing and Honing the Pianistic Self-Image. These present a new approach to piano technique that accesses the innate structure and function of the human hand, replacing tension and over-relaxation with effective hand activation, which leads in turn to enriched piano tone, greater agility and a deeper emotional expression.
Born and raised in Montreal where he completed several university degrees and studies notably with Tom Plaunt and Phil Cohen, he moved to the former Yugoslavia in 1990 to collaborate with Kemal Gekich, a virtuoso whose transcendent technique Fraser would analyze on the way to forming his own approach.
Fraser teaches piano and Feldenkrais at the University of Novi Sad, Serbia, and gives seminars and recitals throughout Europe, Japan and North America. Find out more about Alan’s various activities at one of his several websites:
Call for Presentations
MMTA is now accepting proposals for presentations at the 2015 convention. Deadline is December 15th.
Call for Presentations 2015.pdf (271.42 KB)
How to Register
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Convention Hotel: Crowne Plaza Minneapolis West
Crowne Plaza Hotel Website
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Coming Spring 2015
2015 Volunteer of the Year Award
MMTA is now accepting nomations for the 2015 Volunteer of the Year Award. Please fill out the nomination form below to honor a dedicated volunteer in the music teaching community.
Master ClassesComing Spring 2015
Vendors & Exhibitors
Download a registration form to exhibit at the 2015 MMTA Convention:
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