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The Well-Tempered Music Presents:

Neuromusical Lecture #1

"Teaching Piano to Young Children: A Scientific Approach"

 

Will cover topics of:

  •  Piano learning and teaching from psychology and neuroscience perspectives
  • Issues of Preschool Piano Teaching
  • Practical approach on teaching piano to young children of age 3 to 5 years old (e.g. effective teaching strategies, suitable methods)

 

About the speakers: 

Lestika Madina Hasibuan is an Indonesian piano pedagogue and musicologist born in 1986. She completed her bachelor degree in Classical Piano Performance at The Conservatory of Music of Universitas Pelita Harapan, Indonesia. 

In 2015, she was awarded an LPDP Scholarship from the Ministry of Finance of The Republic of Indonesia to pursue a master's degree in the Psychology of Music at the Universitu of Sheffield, U.K.

For the past fifteen years, Lestika has been teaching piano for young children and children with special needs, in particular children who have difficulties with attention span, memory and motoric skills.

DATE & TIME
19 October 2019 | 10:00 - 12:00 WIB
VENUE
Apiary Coworking Space Kuningan, Jakarta Selatan, DKI Jakarta - Indonesia

The Well-Tempered Music Presents:

Neuromusical Lecture #1

"Teaching Piano to Young Children: A Scientific Approach"

 

Will cover topics of:

  •  Piano learning and teaching from psychology and neuroscience perspectives
  • Issues of Preschool Piano Teaching
  • Practical approach on teaching piano to young children of age 3 to 5 years old (e.g. effective teaching strategies, suitable methods)

 

About the speakers: 

Lestika Madina Hasibuan is an Indonesian piano pedagogue and musicologist born in 1986. She completed her bachelor degree in Classical Piano Performance at The Conservatory of Music of Universitas Pelita Harapan, Indonesia. 

In 2015, she was awarded an LPDP Scholarship from the Ministry of Finance of The Republic of Indonesia to pursue a master's degree in the Psychology of Music at the Universitu of Sheffield, U.K.

For the past fifteen years, Lestika has been teaching piano for young children and children with special needs, in particular children who have difficulties with attention span, memory and motoric skills.

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