JMTA JANUARY MEETING
The January meeting will be held at Keyboard Connection on Weds. Jan. 8 at 9:30. Please join us for an informative program given by Kamila Shahtakhtinski. She will be speaking on “The Art of Piano Playing” by the great Russian pianist and teacher, Heinrich Neuhaus. You will also get all the ﬁnal details from Denise Homsley about the upcoming Student Day at FSCJ. We hope everyone can attend. See you there!
Whew! I hope you all had a nice little bit of a break over the Christmas holiday. Now is the time of year most of us are making sure our students are prepared for Student Day. If you have never participated in Student Day, you are welcome to come and help out–it’s a great way to see how it all works!
We have lots of great programs planned for the remainder of the year; be sure and join us!
-Lorraine Eaton, JMTA President
Schedule of Upcoming Events
January 8th at 9:30 am - (Wednesday)
JMTA Meeting & Presenter
Dr. Sandra Stewart – Teaching Tips for Today’s Students
February 1st – all day
FSCJ – Buildings M & N
February 14th at 9:30 am (Friday) Valentine’s Day
JMTA Meeting & Presenter - Lorraine Eaton
Holiday Hill Baptist Church
March 9th at 3:00 pm (Sunday)
Deermeadows Baptist Church
9780 Baymeadows Rd
March 12th at 9:30 am (Wednesday)
JMTA Meeting & Presenter: Kamila Shahtakhtinski – Studying “The Art of Piano Playing” with the Great Russian Pianist and Teacher, Heinrich Neuhaus
April 9th at 9:30 am (Wednesday)
Concerto Winners and Scholarship Winner
Riverside Presbyterian Church
April 15th at 6:00 pm (Tuesday)
Proton Therapy Institute
2015 N. Jefferson Street
May 14th at 9:30 am (Wednesday)
JMTA Meeting & Performance by Krosnicks
Email attachments provided for:
• Registration Form
Please see January JMTA High Notes email for these attachments.
High Notes Deadline
All submissions for the February High Notes must be sent to email@example.com no later than Monday, January 20th. Any submissions sent after that date will be sent out as an email blast after the High Notes is sent on February 1st. Thank you for your timely submissions thus far.