Ken Giles’ violin/viola/guitar students will perform a group concert at the John Kendall Recital Hall at Potter Violin on Sunday, December 22, 2019, 2:00 pm. The repertoire will include holiday tunes, Pachelbel Canon, civil rights songs, and the “Bach Double” violin concerto. Many of the students also participate in the D.C. Youth Orchestra Program.
Are you having difficulty paying attention? Dr. Jay Sirikietsoong, a Clinical Neuropsychologist, will be presenting on “Managing Attention Deficits through Music.” Her talk will help you to understand the neuroscience (brain anatomy) behind attention deficit, types of attention, as well as how music plays a role to enhance your attention and lifestyle. This event is FREE.
In this workshop, Dr. Green will discuss the most common causes of injuries in Cellists, as well as demonstrate rehabilitative and prevention strategies to combat these issues. Dr. Alex Green is a graduate of Logan University and holds a doctorate in chiropractic. He is a native of Northern Virginia.Dr. Green applies the science of movement
Join us for a workshop on performance anxiety for musicians with Dr. Sirikietsoong. Performance anxiety (or “stage fright”) is a problem that has long hindered some musicians. Dr. Sirikietsoong, a Clinical Neuropsychologist, will talk about the brain-body relationship of anxiety and a way to train your brain to create a new pattern in order to better manage
This workshop will focus on the common causes of wrist and hand pain for professional string musicians. Dr. Green will discuss both the anatomy and the biomechanics of the wrist and hand, as well as provide recommendations for at home preventative rehab exercises. Dr. Alex Green is a graduate of Logan University and holds a
Miri Frenkel Piano Studio Recital