Adult Piano Master Class - Asher Armstrong
September 18, 2023 - November 27, 2023 |
10:30 AM - 01:00 PM
Adult Piano Collegium Fall 2023
Taught by Asher Armstrong
An offering for the amateur pianist who would like the opportunity to meet, listen to, and play for like-minded individuals. The course will synthesize university studio class and masterclass experiences, with weekly performances and opportunities to listen and engage in one-on-one coachings with a master pianist. The class will begin from 10:30 a.m. and last for two hours (10:30 - 12:30). A half-hour "coffee social" will conclude each session (12:30-13:00).
Established Scholar & Piano Professor
September: 18, 25
October: 2, 16, 23, 30 (No class on thanksgiving)
November: 6, 13, 20, 27
10 weeks in total
Who Should Join
Enthusiastic adult intermediate or advanced pianists
Gordon Lightfoot Concert Hall
Avenue Road Music and Performance Academy
460 Avenue Road
Toronto, ON, M4V 2J1
On-site free parking is available
Bösendorfer concert grand piano
Hamburg Steinway & Sons grand piano
Participants can sign up directly by emailing the Academy Administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org. Upon successful registration, you will receive an invoice from our office. Please make an e-transfer to: email@example.com.
Asher Armstrong is an Assistant Professor of Piano at the University of Arkansas, formerly having held positions at the University of Toronto. A member of the Royal Conservatory’s College of Examiners, Armstrong adjudicates hundreds of pianists across North America every year. As a performer, he appears with orchestras in Canada and the U.S. and frequently as a recitalist (most recently at the Walton Arts Center and the University of Arkansas), and recently released an album of Brahms’s last keyboard works. An enthusiastic music scholar, Asher has been published by Cambridge University Press’s Tempo, Clavier, American Music Teacher, Piano Journal, and others. He holds degrees from the Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music (MM) and the University of Toronto (DMA), where he worked with renowned pianist-teacher Marietta Orlov.