Willis Music Piano Workshop 2012

Willis Music and the Hal Leonard Corporation proudly present a 2012 Piano Clinic featuring: Carolyn Miller

“Beating the Practice-Time Blues”

Carolyn Miller graduated with honors from the College Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati and earned a Masters Degree from Xavier University.   She was inducted into Pi Kappa Lambda.  She has taught piano to students of all ages for many years, both privately and in classroom settings.  Carolyn regularly presents workshops throughout the United States and is often asked to adjudicate.  She has conducted at ensemble concerts, piano camps and festivals, and has been commissioned to compose music for these special events.

Carolyn’s music teaches essential technical skills, is remarkably fun to play, and appeals to both children and adults.  Many of her compositions appear on contest lists, including the NFMC Festivals Bulletin.  Well-known television personality Regis Philbin performed her pieces “Rolling River” and “Fireflies” in 1992 and 1993 on national television.

In her church, Carolyn directs a large choir and plays the piano for special services.  She enjoys spending time with her family and especially her seven grandchildren, for whom she has composed seven solos.

Carolyn is listed in the Who’s Who in America and Who’s Who in American Women.

When: Tuesday, July 24th, 2012; Registration is at 8:30am

Where: Willis Music, Eastgate Mall, 4601-136 Eastgate Blvd. Cincinnati, OH 45245 (click on the address for directions)

Contact: Eric Donaldson

Phone: 513.752.6341

Email: eastgate@willismusic.com

RSVP Today! Seating and Availability are limited.

This Piano Workshop is FREE for teachers!

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

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