2011–12 ASU Piano Prep/Conservatory Program registration begins
The ASU Piano Prep/Conservatory Program in the ASU School of Music in the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
The ASU Piano Prep/Conservatory Program encourages new students to enroll in 2011–12 and celebrate its 24th year. Interviews are scheduled April 9 and April 23, 2011 for beginners with no previous piano instruction, and students with prior piano study, ages 6–18. Appointments for advanced students are available by request.
Known throughout the Valley for its creative approach to piano study for children, the highly successful ASU Piano Prep/Conservatory Program in the ASU School of Music offers quality music instruction to elementary through high school children in a creative and motivating learning environment.
Since its beginning in 1988, the program has provided students with opportunities for excellent music instruction from experienced model teachers and ASU performance-pedagogy doctoral candidates. Jan Thompson, director and professor in the School of Music, credits outstanding instructors and a combination of group and individual lessons as keys to the program’s success. Thompson coordinates the program, linking teachers and preparatory students with university piano pedagogy courses and observers in a laboratory-school setting. Students enjoy a well-planned and varied curriculum emphasizing the development of musicianship skills through piano study, performance, and music-theory application. School of Music piano studios, digital piano labs, and recital halls provide the finest facilities for instruction and performance. For more information, visit the Piano Prep website at: http://music.asu.edu/community/pianoprep
ASU School of Music, room W255, 40 E. Gammage Parkway, Tempe, AZ
April 9 and April 23, 9 a.m. – noon
Tuition is based on lesson package selected and can be paid in installments. For more information call the Piano Prep office at 480.965.1702, or Janice Meyer Thompson, at 480.965.3823.
Jan Meyer Thompson
Music professor and Piano Prep Program director
ASU School of Music
The School of Music in the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts at Arizona State University is ranked 19th in the country and eighth among public institutions by U.S.News & World Report. More than 100 music faculty artists and scholars work with approximately 800 music majors each year in research, performance and scholarly activities. It presents approximately 700 concerts and recitals each year. To learn more about the School of Music, visit music.asu.edu.
ASU School of Music