Willis Music Piano Workshop 2012

Willis Music and the Hal Leonard Corporation proudly present a 2012 Piano Clinic featuring: Phillip Keveren

 “Phillip Keveren on Tour”

A multi-talented keyboard artist and composer, Phillip Keveren displays a tremendous versatility in both his original works and concert performances.  He composes in a variety of genres, and is widely acclaimed for his piano publications.

Mr. Keveren is a prolific arranger, orchestrator and producer.  His work is featured in numerous instrumental recordings, church choral, educational piano and Christian artist releases.  His arrangements and compositions appear on recent projects by Sandi Patty, Travis Cottrell, Sara Groves and Ronan Tynan.

Phillip is co-author , major composer and orchestrator of the internationally acclaimed Hal Leonard Student Piano Library, a complete method of young students.  His unique piano arrangements are also featured in The Phillip Keveren Series (Hal Leonard Publishing).

Mr. Keveren holds a Bachelor of Music in Composition from California State University, Northridge, and a Master of Music in Composition from the University of Southern California.  He and his wife Lisa live in Brentwood, Tennessee and are parent of two children, Lindsay and Sean.

When: Tuesday, July 10th, 2012; Registration is at 8:30am

Where: Willis Music Superstore, 7567 Mall Rd. Florence, KY 41042 (click on the address for directions)

Contact: Denise Smith

Phone: 859.525.6050

Email: florence@willismusic.com

RSVP Today! Seating and Availability are limited.

This Piano Workshop is FREE for all teachers!

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Visit Phillip Keveren’s website: http://www.phillipkeveren.com/

 *Please note that all Piano Workshop times, locations and venues are subject to change without prior notice.

2 replies
  1. Makoto
    Makoto says:

    You’re a good theory teaehcr. I can tell you know your stuff. I’m taking my ABRSM theory exam (grade 3) and I needed some info on stems and also beaming. Do you have anything covering the rules for beaming in different time sigs? Beaming, IE connecting eighth notes etc.


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