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Edmonton, Canada - Stollery Hall (Room 409) Alberta College Campus, MacEwan University August 17th, 2017 19:00

What do Parents need to Know?

An informal chat and Q & A session for parents.

Learn how the most recent research on the role of music in infant cognitive development can help you be more effective when working with your developing young musician.

Flutist David Gerry maintains a busy schedule as a teacher, performer and clinician. David holds his Ph.D. in music cognition from the School of Psychology, Neuroscience and Behaviour at McMaster University where he works with Dr. Laurel Trainor at the  McMaster Institute for Music and the Mind.

With Dr. Laurel Trainor, David is the recipient of a 2008 award from the Grammy Foundation for excellence in the scientific study of music.

Cost: Admission by donation (light refreshments will be served)

Register in advance through Eventbrite:

https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/understanding-musical-development-in-infants-and-children-tickets-33231261598?aff=es2

For more information on Dr. Gerry and his research click here

For more information on Suzuki Early Childhood Education in Edmonton click here

 

 

Salterello (excerpt)

Salterello (excerpt) https://www.schoen-duo.ca/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Salterello-preview.mp3

Siciliana (excerpt)

Siciliana (excerpt) https://www.schoen-duo.ca/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Siciliana-preview.mp3

Three Reel Studies (excerpt)

Three Reel Studies (excerpt) https://www.schoen-duo.ca/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/3-reel-studies-preview.mp3

Red River Dances (excerpt)

Red River Dances (excerpt) https://www.schoen-duo.ca/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Red-River-Dances-Preview.mp3

Variations on an Old Swedish Folksong (excerpt)

Variations on an Old Swedish Folksong (excerpt) https://www.schoen-duo.ca/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Kuhlau-Variations-Preview.mp3

Profile (excerpts)

In this EP we demonstrate the wide variety of styles we can cover. Medieval and Baroque music on period instruments, modern compositions that recall folk traditions, Native American and Metis melodies, and, of course, a little bit of classical music too.   About the Music: Salterello: This anonymous Italian dance from c.1400 is played on […]