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Myths, Magic and Mysteries of Women Composers

Join us in this panel discussion to explore the myths, magic and mysteries of women composers beginning with Medieval Saint Hildegard von Bingen! Our session will explore the remarkable lives of these fabulous composers, discuss effective and inspiring teaching and performance repertoire by women and present a variety of studio projects, recital programs, games and ideas for you and your students, at all levels. There will be a Q&A session at the end for you to ask and share!

Part 3

June 5, 2020

10 a.m. – 11 a.m. Central Time

Please adjust for your time zone.

Dr. Lynn Worcester Jones, NCTM serves as Assistant Professor, Keyboard Area Coordinator at The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. She holds degrees from The University of Oklahoma, Baylor University, and California State University, Fullerton.

Sally Ritchie creates and holds a patent on Whirligig music theory games, now published by Keys to Imagination. She has presented sessions and workshops across the nation. Sally has been teaching over 50 students each week for 50 years.

Penny Lazarus, NCTM, maintains a 45-student piano studio in Newburyport, MA.  With degrees in piano performance, psychology, art history, and education, Penny is known for her creativity in teaching, silent movie music projects and collaborations with music studios around the world.  This year her project-based studio is asking “Where are all the Women Composers?”

Sue Ruby, NCTM is co-owner and director at K&S Conservatory of Music in Woodbury, MN. Ms. Ruby also teaches private & group piano for MacPhail Center for Music. She is founder of the Association of Professional Piano Instructors (APPI). 

Sponsored by Keys to Imagination LLC