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#RhythmMP | Did you know?
We don't teach our students just to play the piano or to pass exams, we teach in order to give them a wonderful SKILL FOR LIFE. - Paul Harris, the author of Improve your sight-reading! series (Faber Music)
This quote was published in the April 2002 No.38 issue of "Rhythms" a music bulletin. Let's Play Music Together

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#RhythmMP | Let's Play Music Together
Date: Sunday, 11 June 2017
Venue: Penang House of Music
Time: 2:00PM - 4:00PM
Admission: RM20
Did you know?
Every child can reap the benefits of music when communities and schools support a complete music learning framework.

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Piano Campur | A piano 4 hands recital by Tham 2 Goh (Dr. Tham Horng Kent and Dr. Goh Yen Lin) featuring the WORLD PREMIERE of Sedap Cycle by Dr. Wesley Allan Johnson! (Warning: recital may cause hunger)
Date: Thursday, 18 May 2017
Time: 8:00PM
Venue: Institute of Music, UCSI University
Date: Sunday, 21 May 2017
Time: 2:00-3:00PM
Venue: HuzzaMusic I 新山古典音乐舞台

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#RhythmMP | Let's Play Music Together
Students of AIM Learning Centre present Piano Quartet #1Piano8Hands arranged by Ronald Vincenzo K. De Leon on Sunday, 28 May 2017 at 2:00PM - 4:00PM Penang House of Music

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Yo-Yo Ma | Music is a service, not a transaction
I’ve been thinking music is a service. Music was invented because it does something to create community. Yes, musicians need to live, they need to have food. The transactional part comes further down the chain. But if you make that your first priority, you’re not a musician. You’re just doing something as a tradesperson. The actual purpose of music is an offering. It’s a service. If you have that attitude, you can’t go wrong, because you’re always in the right place. You’re in the right state of mind to make that offering.
Let's Play Music Together

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#RhythmMP | What jazz can do for your students
Discover how understanding jazz performance practice can benefit all developing musicians » Libretto 2017:1
Jazzing Up 'De Camptown Races' (swing rhythm)

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USM Music Recital | Mitra Alice Tham
Do not miss the chance to attend Piano Pedagogy Seminar using materials from Playing Piano is Fun by Alice Chua.
Topics to include:
1) Which note to teach first?
2) To Teach with letter-names, or solfa-names?
3) Teacher's appropriate accompaniment to enrich pupils listening area and to enhance pupils' performance further.

Participants have to buy/bring PpiF Book 1 (no photocopy), as the 3 topics will be using PpiF Book 1 materials - and it is an interactive workshop, using the provided Teacher's guide for every piece (in PpiF Book 1) and Mitra Alice Tham will be demonstrating how to use this teaching tool.
Date: Friday, 12 May 2017
Time: 3:00PM - 5:00PM
Venue: Music Room, School of the Arts - USM, Penang

Solo Piano Concert Programme to include:
Bach: Partita No. 1 BWV 825
Gershwin: I Got Rhythm
Gershwin: Rhapsody in Blue for Solo Piano
Gershwin: The Man I Love
Grieg: Wedding Day at Trouldhaugen Op. 65 No. 6
Liszt: Consolations no.3 in Db Major S 172
Mozart: Sonata in A K331
Templeton: Bach Goes to Town
Date: Saturday, 13 May 2017
Time: 8:15PM-10:00PM
Venue: Dewan Budaya - USM, Penang

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Mitra Alice Tham
School of the Arts - USM, Penang
• Friday, 12 May 2017 @ 9:00AM - 12:00PM
Piano Masterclass
• Friday, 12 May 2017 @ 3:00PM - 5:00PM
Piano Pedagogy Seminar: Playing Piano is Fun (PpiF)
• Saturday, 13 May 2017 @ 10:00AM-12:00PM
Presentation on Lisztian Elements in Prokofiev's Piano Music
• Saturday, 13 May 2017 @ 8:15PM-10:00PM
Solo piano concert

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#RhythmMP | Why musical knowledge and understanding matter
When you make music, practical skills need to be supported by knowledge and understanding, and craft needs to go hand in hand with study, as ABRSM’s Chief Examiner, John Holmes, explains. » Libretto 2017:1
Apply Alberti Bass to 'Number Song' on Piano Lesson Made Easy

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#RhythmMP | Alberti Bass is popularly used in piano accompaniment such as Mozart's Piano Sonata in C, K.545. Do you have any other pieces used Alberti Bass? Did you ever try Alberti Bass pattern in 'Good Morning' from 'Piano Theory in Practice Made Easy Level 1A'?
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