Why wait until it hurts?
Do you experience tightness, pain, or limitations to your playing? Learn a practical step-by-step approach to solving your pain or preventing it from happening. Edna Golandsky invites pianists and string players to the Summer Symposium at Princeton University (July 9-16, 2017) who seek a solution to their playing-related pain/injury or wishing to prevent it.
To learn more about the Taubman Approach as referenced in this video, attend the one-week Summer Symposium and International Piano Festival at Princeton University, July 9-16, 2017. This rare opportunity allows pianists and string players to examine the body of work known as the Taubman Approach, presented by expert faculty who have studied directly with Mrs. Taubman and Edna Golandsky. Learn more about the Summer Symposium and register before April 15 to save $50 on registration.
Edna Golandsky is the leading exponent of the Taubman Approach. She has earned wide acclaim throughout the United States and abroad for her extraordinary ability to solve technical problems and for her penetrating musical insight. She received both her bachelor of music and master of music degrees from the Juilliard School, following which she continued her studies with Dorothy Taubman. She is the founder and artistic director of the Golandsky Institute.