dimecres, 3 de setembre de 2014

Integrating Aural Skills To Teach Piano Musicianship Skills

Yeeseon Kwon brings with her expertise and scholarship in piano pedagogy as a teacher and performer. Her published research on strength-based teaching in piano pedagogy demonstrates how to implement best learning and teaching strategies for students and teachers. Formerly as Associate Professor of Music, Dr. Kwon taught piano and piano pedagogy at Greenville College (IL), as well at Ithaca College (NY), and Northwestern University (IL), among others. Author and formerly Associate Editor for Clavier Magazine, Dr. Kwon has written new music reviews for Clavier Companion as well as published numerous articles and books in the area of piano pedagogy, including Written For You Collections, Books 1-4 with Teaching and Practice Guides (F.J.H). She is active nationally as an adjudicator, workshop clinician, and featured conference presenter. As a performing artist, Dr. Kwon has been featured in international solo and collaborative performances in the United States and Russia. Yeeseon Kwon received her Doctor of Musical Arts degree in piano performance and pedagogy from the University of Oklahoma as well as M.M. and B.M. degrees from Northwestern University.
Yeeseon Kwon
Chicago College of Performing Arts
Roosevelt University
430 S. Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL 60605
312.322.7167
ykwon@roosevelt.edu