On Friday, August 7, Stanton’s will host a piano workshop presented by Nancy Bachus. She is one of Alfred Music’s writers and editors. A teacher, recitalist, and music historian, Nancy Bachus has been a featured clinician at numerous piano teacher organization and music conventions. A graduate of the Eastman School of Music, Nancy studied with pianist Eugene List and accompanist Brooks Smith, and more recently she coached with Fernando Laires. Nancy was one of the performers in the original “Monster Concerts” in New York City (Lincoln Center, Radio City and Carnegie Hall), the White House and on the two “Monster Concert” recordings. Among the titles she has edited are The Baroque Piano, The Classical Piano, The Romantic Piano, and The Modern Piano. Each volume includes 2 CD’s, and insights on the social scene of the time, styles and musical trends that would have had an influence on the composers of that period.
Come join us for this clinic on August 7 from 9:00 – 11:30 AM. Pre-registration is available by calling us at 1-800-426-8742 or register at the door beginning at 8:30. This event is presented to you FREE of charge. We hope to see you there!