An Interview with Michael Elliott, Chief Executive, ABRSM
I am hugely grateful to Michael Elliott, Chief Executive of ABRSM, for giving up his time to take part in this interview. At his suggestion, the questions were crowd-sourced prior to the interview.
As well as the many questions raised on the Pianodao site here, I received several via email and have included topics raised on the Piano Network UK forum.
So far as possible I will include reader questions word for word, but I have streamlined the recurring themes which cropped up.
And many of the questions asked were very probing – so get comfortable and prepare for an in-depth and revealing read! …
Continue reading ABRSM’s Michael Elliott: The Pianodao Interview
I’m delighted to let you know that Pianodao will feature an exclusive interview with ABRSM Chief Executive Michael Elliott next month.
Readers are invited to submit questions here.
Simply add yours as a comment below this blog post, and I will try to include it in the interview.
The goal of the interview is to get behind the scenes, perhaps bust a few myths, and give Michael a chance to talk about the direction ABRSM are headed, answering any questions or concerns teachers and candidates may have.
ABRSM and Pianodao will both be sharing this blog post via our respective social media channels, and hope to crowd-source as many interesting questions as possible. Questions submitted elsewhere on social media might get missed however, so please be sure to post your question in the comments here.
On your marks, get set …. ASK!
Closing date: Monday 3rd April.
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ABRSM’s Teacher Conference has established itself as one of the leading events in the instrumental teacher’s calendar, providing an opportunity for colleagues to network, stay abreast of new developments in the music teaching world, and refresh teaching skills.
This year’s conference took place at London’s Grange Tower Bridge Hotel on Saturday 5th November, and took as its title and grand theme ”The Art and Craft of Performing”. More than 500 teachers attended, including me for the first time.
Continue reading ABRSM Conference Report