The purpose of this intensive Spring term Piano Lab is to master weaker areas in students’ playing by working on them exclusively and intensively for the duration of the tutorial
Sessions will be held all weekdays. In the event of a schedule change, participants will be notified.
Note: No lessons on May 20 (Victoria Day)
Each student will get daily 45-minute individual lessons (9 in total) and a final masterclass (subject to enrollment) with the Laurier piano faculty. Lesson times are to be agreed on by the participants and their instructor.
Any pianists with a minimum of grade 8 (RCM) or equivalent; both Laurier students and those not currently enrolled in Laurier’s Music program are welcome to apply. Participants will get a certificate of completion upon the conclusion of the lab.
For Laurier students, a successful completion of the course will be added to the On-Campus Employment module of your Laurier Experience Record.
If accepted, the student will be working on one or two reasonably prepared works, to concentrate in depth on the proposed topic of their choice. For example: mastering double notes, shape and tone in melody, octaves, pedalling, fingering, trills, etc. This lab will be taught by one or more Laurier piano instructors, subject to enrollment. This enrichment lab is not for credit. At the end of the lab students will get a WLU certificate of completion.
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