Posts Tagged ‘String Pedagogy’

Samantha Pfeiffer: Senior Violin Recital Excerpts

Samantha Pfeiffer recently performed her major senior violin recital at Maranatha Baptist University. Her recital was prepared and presented under the direction of Mr. Lewis Rosove in partial fulfillment of the requirements for a Bachelor of Arts degree in Violin Performance and Pedagogy. Pfeiffer graduated this spring and plans to pursue a master’s degree in…

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Guest Speakers Inspire University Musicians

Research shows that bringing in outside speakers with varied perspectives and experience to business and educational functions produces long-lasting benefits to the audience. The Maranatha music department recently brought in several speakers to give MBU’s music students a fresh look at the field they plan on working in through presenting them with proven strategies and…

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Music Prep School – Unique Opportunity for MBU Pedagogues

The Experience Whether coaching an ensemble, teaching an early childhood class, explaining theory, or teaching private lessons in band, wind, piano, or voice, MBU students gain invaluable experience while teaching at Maranatha Music Prep School. Unique to Maranatha, the Prep School experience prepares students for life-long musical success, providing them with tools to create outstanding…

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Excerpts from Music Minors at MBU

Music Minors at MBU have the opportunity to perform solo recitals or combined recitals with other minors. Stephanie Wright, string pedagogy minor, performed a combined violin and piano recital with church music minor Mary Ellen Hecker. Stephanie Wright, student of Miss Betsy Pabón and Mr. Lewis Rosove, presented her senior violin recital last semester. She…

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