Workshops for Piano Teachers
Upcoming on Monday August 13, 2012
A free workshop for piano teachers.
Coffee at 8:30, Workshop at 9:00
lunch follows the workshop.
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Dennis Alexander began his
affiliation with Alfred Music Publishing in 1986. Mr.
Alexander's 240 publications and recordings created with
Alfred have earned him an international reputation as one of
North America's most prolific and popular composers of
educational piano music for students at all levels.
Professor Alexander retired from
his position at the University of Montana in May 1996, where
he had taught piano and piano pedagogy for 24 years. After
moving to California, he taught piano privately and served on
the faculties of Cal State Fullerton and Cal State Northridge.
Now a resident of New Mexico, he currently maintains an active
composing and touring schedule for Alfred.
A native of Kansas, Mr. Alexander
graduated from the University of Kansas, where he studied with
Richard Reber. In 1987 Mr. Alexander made his New York debut
at Carnegie Recital Hall with violinist Walter Olivares, and
continues to be active as a soloist, accompanist and chamber
musician. A former president of the Montana State Music
Teachers Association, he is a popular clinician at state
conventions. In addition to the Alfred-sponsored workshops, he
presents regularly in the U.S. and Canada. Mr. Alexander has
also presented workshops in Australia, Hong Kong, Indonesia,
Korea, Malaysia, and Singapore.
He is a co-author of
Premier Piano Course.
Attend Dennis Alexander's
Workshop at Dollarhide's.
This is a free
workshop for piano teachers and will include lunch afterwards.