Barbara Kreader Piano Workshop at Gorby's Music
Spotlight on the Hal Leonard Student Piano Library
with Barbara Kreader
Saturday August 20, 2011
9:30 am to 12:30 pm
This workshop features the newest releases in the Hal Leonard Student Piano Library
created for children and adults. With over 300 titles and growing, learn how to get the most out of the many pedagogical elements in this outstanding series.
Reserve your space for this workshop by calling 304-744-9452, 800-642-3070 or sending an email to email@example.com
About Barbara Kreader:
Barbara Kreader is a Keyboard Consultant for Educational Keyboard Publications to the Hal Leonard Corporation in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Kreader has taught piano continuously for nearly 35 years. A faculty member of Northwestern University's Division of Preparatory and Community Music from 1974-1985, she also maintained an independent studio at her home in Evanston, Illinois where she continues to teach 45 students.
As a child and young adult, Kreader studied piano with Beth Miller Harrod, attending Rocky Ridge Music Center in Estes Park, Colorado for several summers. More recently, she was the Program Director of the Junior Student Seminars at Rocky Ridge.
A graduate of Northwestern University, Kreader earned a M.M. in piano performance in 1974 studying piano with Laurence Davis and piano pedagogy with Frances Larimer.
The editor of Clavier magazine from 1982-1988, Kreader has published articles in Clavier, The Piano Quarterly, and Keyboard Companion.
Kreader served as moderator for the three Baldwin/Clavier Keyboard Teacher's Videoconferences presented in 1986, 1987, and 1988. From 1988-1989 she instituted a Baldwin sponsored program of piano lessons and supervised practice in the after-school child care programs in the Evanston District 65 schools. She also served as the Editor of Baldwin Piano and Organ Company's Soundboard during this time. She joined Hal Leonard in November 1989.
One of the co-authors of the Hal Leonard Student Piano Library, Barbara Kreader has given workshops in over 130 cities in the United States, Canada, Australia, China, Taiwan, and Malaysia.