The UCSI Institute of Music will proudly host its second piano pedagogy conference to be held at the UCSI University (South Wing) on 11&12 November 2019. The success of our first conference in 2017 rested upon a variety of platforms that included pre-conference workshops, masterclass, and paper presentations, where participants found themselves immersed in an intellectually-stimulating environment and yet, also acquired many up-to-date pedagogical tips, ready to be applied in their private teaching. This year conference will be graced by two highly-respected piano pedagogues serving as keynote speakers, Professor Dr. Murray McLachlan who hailed from the U.K. and Dr. Denny Euprasert from Thailand.
Based on the numbers from our first conference, which totaled over 150 participants, many of them were students, teachers, and professional musicians from Malaysia, but a sizeable number also came from the neighbouring countries, to as far as the U.K. and Austria. This year’s conference is of particular importance, as UCSI Institute of Music has been placed in the top 100 institutions (performing arts category) by QS World University Ranking for 2 consecutive years from 2018-2019.
To this end, we are hopeful that with your support, this year’s conference will be even better than the last. We sincerely invite your company / institution to place an advertisement in our conference booklet and also to set up a booth to profile your work. This will provide a valuable opportunity for the attendees, which is projected to exceed our previous number, to find out more about the various music products and programs your company / institution has to offer.
For details of rates, please refer to the link below.
We look forward to receiving your completed form. You may choose to submit the hardcopy of the form, or submit online via the following link:
Assistant Professor Ysan Suit Yin
(Head of Programme, Classical Music)
Chair Person of Piano Pedagogy Conference
Institute of Music, UCSI University
All information stated in the website is correct at press time and subject to change without notice.