Recital in Oslo as part of EPTA 2014 European Conference
Description:

Before the conference starts you may attend GRIEG A DEUX – competition for two pianos - taking place on 25th and 26th of June. The 100 years centenary of The Norwegian Music Teachers Association will be celebrated on the 27th of June in The Old University of Oslo in an old venue having big paintings (“The Sun”) of Edvard Munch on the walls.

Click on the link and find recommended accommodation for your stay in Oslo.

Conference fee is NOK 1400. Pay within 1st of June. Early birds NOK 1200 before 1st of April


The voice of the piano teachers everywhere!
EPTA - European Piano Teachers Association – is a most prestigious organisation with 38 national associations in Europe.
Every organisation organises its own congresses, workshops, seminars, recitals, master-classes and is committed to present young artists, competitions and festivals.

An annual conference of all EPTA European Associations is held every year in a different country under the Presidency of the host association.

EPTA-s aims are:
• To work towards raising the standards of piano teaching and performances.
• To establish close links with pianists and teachers everywhere.
• To organise workshops and conferences where teachers can meet, exchange ideas and have discussions in open forums.

EPTA-Norway was founded 1988 by Professor Einar Steen-Nøkleberg who also has been the president ever since.

EPTA-N organises annual conferences for pianists, teachers and students. These conferences aim to give the participants pedagogical ideas, repertoire, master-classes and recitals. Most of the conferences also include presentations of contemporary composers.

EPTA-N is collaborating with other music-pedagogues associations to arrange events for musicians, music-pedagogues and students

EPTA-Norway is proud to host the 37th EPTA-conference in Oslo June 26th-29th 2014: “Folk Music’s Influence on Art Music in the Period 1814-2014 - Trends in Practice and Performance.” The conference is a part of European Piano Festival Oslo 2014!

Detail:

'The Folk tradition in 20th Century Scottish Piano Music' Murray McLachlan introduces and performs selections by Erik Chisholm (1904-1965) Ronald Stevenson (born 1928) and John McLeod (born 1934): McLeod Hebridean dances, Chisholm Scottish Airs and Eight transcriptions by Ronald Stevenson of Songs by Francis George Scott


Venue:
Norwegian Academy of Music
Slemdalsveien 11
Post-box 5190 Majorstuen
Oslo
0302
Type: Recital
Date: Thursday 26 June 2014
Start Time: 16.00hrs
End Time: 16.45hrs
Speaker/Performer: Murray McLachlan
Host Organisation: EPTA Norway
Contact Telephone: + 47 23 36 70 00
Contact Email: elinpers@online.no
Url: http://tools.wmflabs.org/geohack/geohack.php?pagename=Norwegian_Academy_of_Music&params=59_55_56.15_N_10_42_50.01_E_type:edu