We hope to see many of you at the ADMTA student masterclass with Anton Nel, on Saturday, January 11, 2020 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM at Steinway Piano Gallery.
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Please plan to attend our annual December Workshop and Luncheon! The Workshop will take place at Steinway Piano Gallery from 10:15 to 11:30 am, Our featured speaker, Liana Bramlett, will present: How to Grow Your Studio to its Full Potential. “Running a piano studio in 2019 is so different than the studios we grew up in! This discussion will help to bring insight into how to reach new and current students, parents and colleagues by staying modern and visionary in 2019 and beyond.”
Liana Bramlett is currently the Director of the Coppell Conservatory. She began her piano studies at the age of 7 in Denver, Colorado, and continued her studies in Texas at the Tarrant County College Preparatory Piano Program. During her higher education, she attended Tarleton State University in Stephenville, Texas where she studied under the direction of Dr. Sophia Hyun-Me Park. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Piano Performance in 2003. While a student at Tarleton State University she was one of 20 students to be enrolled in the Presidential Honors Program, earning both the highest academic and music scholarship awards available to students. She was awarded the Outstanding Freshman Pianist award in 2000, the Most Improved Pianist award in 2001, the Outstanding Pianist Award in 2002 and 2003 and the Outstanding Graduate in the College of Liberal and Fine Arts.
After graduation, Mrs. Bramlett taught private piano, musicianship, and group piano at the Coppell Conservatory from 2003-2007. From 2008-2014, she opened a private studio in her home in Frisco, TX, where she maintained a studio of over 20 students. Her students have been frequent participants in many local festivals and competitions, where they frequently earn the highest marks and awards. She served as President of Carrollton Music Teachers Association from 2011-2013. She was also awarded Teacher of the Year for Carrollton Music Teachers Association in 2012.
Mrs. Bramlett returned to Coppell Conservatory as Director in 2015. She values excellence in music and teaching and shares her values through her warmth, compassion, and dedication to her students. She values a comprehensive music education, working diligently with her students to create musicality in their performances as well as an intimate knowledge of theory and history to accompany their playing.
LUNCHEON INFORMATION: Immediately following our workshop, members are invited to attend a catered luncheon at Pappadeaux, 11617 Research Blvd., Austin, 78759. We’ll have our own separate dining room, so it will be a very friendly atmosphere.
TIME: 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM COST: $30 includes beverage, salad, French bread, entrée, and dessert (vanilla cheesecake with fresh strawberries).
HOW TO PAY: There are three ways to pay: 1) request that we send you a bill through Affinipay so you can pay by credit card; 2) you can write a check made payable to ADMTA and send to Jodi Blount, Treasurer; or 3) bring check or cash (exact amount please) on the day of the luncheon.
Please RSVP on or by December 5th using below: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/98XZ29K
A Master Class given as part of the Austin Youth Music Ambassadors program will take place next Saturday, November 23rd. Music Masters Piano Showroom has generously agreed to host this class at their piano showroom in South Austin. Professor Patti Wolf will serve as the clinician for the class, and ADMTA members and piano students are welcome to attend. In order to respect the master clinician and the professional format of a master class, we request that guests be age 6 and above. The students participating in the class have been pre-selected as part of the AYMA audition process. Location: Music Masters Piano Showroom, 11190 Circle Drive, #102, Austin, TX 78736.
Date: November 23rd; 10am to 12pm
Student Performers include: Ichiro Lin, Ashley Xu, Aidan Zhao, Joshua Henselman, and Padt Skawratananond.