ABRSM EPTA Teacher Development Day Two 'The Effective, Consistent Teacher'

Sunday, February 24, 2019 - 10:00 to 17:30
Summary Description

Would a Piano Teaching Booster Day rejuvenate your teaching?  Low cost?  Packed with ideas and inspiration?  Delivered by some of the best music educators and teachers in the UK.

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Day Two 24 February 2019: The Effective, Consistent Teacher


Music Inspiring musical performance: celebrated teacher, writer, pianist and ABRSM examiner Anthony Williams explores the vital connection between vibrant performing at all levels and musical progress,including success in ABRSM grade examinations. With lots of advice and guidance through the grades , this presentation will be inspirational and illuminating for everyone who cares about piano playing.

Other highlights include sessions on:

The adventurous teenager: Teaching Seminar

Teaching How to Practise Effectively

Teaching Principles: The Importance of Take-Home Messages

Sustaining a Healthy Psychology as a Teacher

Venue:  Chetham’s School of Music, Long Millgate, Manchester M1 3SB.

If you have any queries please contact The Administrator by email admin@epta-uk.org or telephone 07510 379286

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Anthony Williams

Concert pianist, writer, lecturer, ABRSM examiner and moderator and festival adjudicator, Anthony Williams was born in Essex and studied at the Royal Academy of Music with Alexander Kelly and at Reading University with Jonathan Dunsby.

Following international competition success Anthony embarked on a career as a concert pianist whilst also establishing an international reputation as a piano


Mark Tanner

Mark Tanner is a concert pianist, composer, B.I.F.F. adjudicator, teacher and writer. His performing and academic work takes him regularly to all five continents. Solo appearances include many recitals at London’s Wigmore Hall, South Bank Centre and St John’s Smith Square, as well as St George’s Bristol, where he performed in piano duo with Alan Schiller at the Mozart 250th Anniversary Celebrations. He appears regularly on luxury cruise liners, having given in excess of 300 recitals on all of the Cunard, P&O and Saga ships.