National Conference on Keyboard Pedagogy – Saturday 3:30 p.m.

The Closing Recital today is being given by Tony Caramia.

His program is:
American Ballads (1957) by Roy Harris (1898-1979)
-Streets of Laredo

Preludes by Bill Dobbins (b. 1947)
-F Minor (1996)
-G Major (2001)
-C-sharp Minor (1999)

Mrs. Malaprop (1952) by Cy Walter (1915-1968)

Concert Etudes by Earl Wild (b. 1915)
(based on themes of George Gershwin)
-Embraceable You
-O, Lady Be Good
-I Got Rhythm

Adagio Cantabile by Bill Dobbins (arr. 2001)
(from Sonata, Op. 13, Beethoven)

The Party Cat Blues by Keveren/Caramia

As he played, some very “outside the box” images were displayed on the overhead screen to correlate with the music.

A rather fitting way to end the 2007 National Conference on Keyboard Pedagogy – Tradition and Transformation:
Learning, Playing and Teaching Outside the Box

I hope you’ve enjoyed the conference! Click here for a handy link list of all my posts from the conference.

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