Archive for 2013


Piano-Yoga® Christmas SALE 2013!

December 12th, 2013 — 11:19am

Piano-Yoga® would like to wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! To celebrate the festive season we are offering a Complimentary Piano-Yoga® Online Seminar on ‘How to Revitalise Your Piano Playing’, which takes place on the 29th December at 6:00pm UK time. The Piano-Yoga® founder and concert pianist, GéNIA, will be giving in-depth talks on articulation, advanced technique, yoga inspired posture advice and will answer any piano related questions. Places are limited, so we recommend that you book well in advance.

We are also offering a Complimentary £10.00 Gift Voucher towards any lessons (including online) at the school, available only to our members! Additionally, all the Piano-Yoga® books (Paperback & eBooks) will be available at a special discount rate during the festive season.

Click HERE or on the image above to find out more.

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Piano-Yoga® Open Day & Concert 2013 – Sat 7th Dec 2013

November 29th, 2013 — 11:34am

The bi-annual Piano-Yoga® Open Day is fast approaching, with a concert that gives our students the opportunity to perform what they have learned throughout the year in a creative environment in front of our patrons, friends and family.

Professional concert pianist and founder of Piano-Yoga®, GéNIA, will also be giving complimentary 15 min one-to-one Piano-Yoga® sessions where you can discuss anything that you want. Sessions start from 4:00pm and run until 6:00pm.

Click HERE to find out more, order your concert tickets and book a Piano-Yoga® Session with GéNIA!

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GéNIA Featured in Kings Place ‘What’s On’ Magazine

November 21st, 2013 — 11:27am

GéNIA in Kings Place What's on Magazine

The winter edition of ‘What’s On’, the calibrated performance venue Kings Place’s quarterly magazine, features a full page Q&A with GéNIA where she is asked about her love of the piano, how yoga has informed her playing and her performances at the Out Hear event and with Max de Wardener in 2014.

Click HERE or on the image to read the article.
Click HERE to read the entire issue.
Click HERE to read other reviews on GéNIA & Piano-Yoga®

Go to page 66 for GéNIA’s performance listings. 

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Piano-Yoga® 30 Second Tips No. 10 – Yoga Block for Children

November 13th, 2013 — 12:12pm

In this video, Russian pianist and the founder of Piano-Yoga®, GéNIA, extols the benefits using a yoga block can have on children’s posture and concentration. Recorded at the Piano-Yoga® Day event at Schott Music in June 2013.

You can find out more about how Piano-Yoga® can help children play the piano more effectively at: http://www.piano-yoga.com/piano-yoga-help-children-pianists.php

These bite sized videos contain essential advice on piano playing from the founder of Piano-Yoga® itself, virtuoso concert pianist GéNIA, with all the material taken from our large database of Piano-Yoga® workshops, retreats and presentations that took place in the last few years.

If you wish to experience what the Piano-Yoga® method has to offer, come join us at Kings Place for our Piano-Yoga® Certificate Courses, 29th September – 1st December 2013. http://www.piano-yoga.com/courses/about-certificate-courses.php

Video shot and edited by Richard Music Productions:
http://www.richard-music.co.uk/

Comment » | GéNIA, Piano-Yoga®, Practical Advice, Video

GéNIA Featured in International Arts Manager Magazine

November 11th, 2013 — 11:09am

GéNIA by the PianoThe International Arts Manager Magazine, the only business magazine for the performing arts worldwide, has an in-depth article on GéNIA and how the Piano-Yoga® method came into being. Below is a snippet of what they had to say and a link to the entire article.

The Piano-Yoga concept developed naturally, initially out of necessity for me to stretch my hands. My teachers had advised me to avoid repertoire written for large hands, such as Rachmaninov’s Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini. Unsurprisingly, I became obsessed with the piece and wanted more than ever to perform it. Faced with the refusal of my teachers to coach me on the piece, I looked for other opportunities. The chance came when I was invited to perform with the National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine. Asked what I would play, I said: ‘Rachmaninov’s Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini’.

You can read the entire article on the International Arts Manager HERE
You can find out more about Piano-Yoga® on the last Certificate Course at Kings Place in Novembmer HERE. 

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