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Piano Division Events
Friday, Feb. 18, "Shall We Dance?" UCO Piano Faculty Concert, FACS, 7:30PM in the UCO Jazz Lab
Friday, Feb. 21, Master Class with Valery Kuleshov, 2-4PM in the Radke Fine Arts Theatre, Center for Transformative Learning
Friday, Feb. 28, Master Class with Valery Kuleshov, 2-4PM in the Radke Fine Arts Theatre, Center for Transformative Learning
Tues., Mar. 11, Performance and Master Class with David Maslanka, 3:30-4:30PM in the Piano Lab, Music Building
Friday, Mar. 14, Master Class with Valery Kuleshov, 2-4PM in the Radke Fine Arts Theatre, Center for Transformative Learning
Friday, Apr. 4, Master Class with Valery Kuleshov, 2-4PM in the Radke Fine Arts Theatre, Center for Transformative Learning
Saturday, Apr. 26 - Tchaikovsky "Seasons" Concert, 7:30PM in the Radke Fine Arts Theatre, Center for Transformative Learning
Tuesday, April 29, Collaborative Piano Recital, 6PM in the Radke Fine Arts Theatre, Center for Transformative Learning
The UCO Piano Faculty
with Artist in Residence Valery Kuleshov
invite you to their Spring 2014 Faculty Concert Series Recital
"Shall We Dance?--Music for Two Pianos"
February 18, 2014 at 7:30 p.m. in the UCO Jazz Lab
The program will include Copland's Hoe Down, Rachmaninoff's Symphonic Dances, Op. 45, and Milhaud's Scaramouche.
Tickets are $10 and proceeds go to student scholarships.
The Keyboard Studies program at the University of Central Oklahoma offers students the opportunity to grow as a musician with experienced and caring teachers. Students perform and share ideas in various settings including solo, ensemble, and master-classes with special artists/teachers. To enhance their musical and technical growth, they can also study with internationally renowned Artist-in-Residence, Dr. Valery Kuleshov, the 1998 Van Cliburn Silver Medalist. Piano Literature and Piano Pedagogy, taught by Fulbright Scholar Dr. Chindarat Charoenwongse, are parts of the curriculum for the pianists/teachers of the twenty-first century. The goal of preparing effective teachers includes hands-on experience and supervised student teaching with readily accessible mentoring. Piano students at UCO are engaged in the valuable skill of collaboration as they build musicianship through musical partnerships with fellow students.They have the option to further this career trajectory by pursuing the UCO Collaborative Piano Minor. UCO keyboard graduates take pride in the quality enrichment they receive from their scholarly and artistic experience.
The Piano Ensemble, "ClavinOrchestra," utilizes state-of-the-art Yamaha Clavinovas. Participating in the ClavinOrchestra offers pianists the rare opportunity to experience an endless variety of ensemble sounds, from classical to jazz and rock, in multiple-keyboard groups of all sizes.
For more information, contact Dr. David Forbat email@example.com (405) 974-5149.