Introducing the Celebration Series®, Sixth Edition

Elaine Rusk
Go on a guided exploration of the Celebration Series®, Sixth Edition. This video includes insights, performances of select repertoire, and ideas to inspire your students.

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What is memory and how do we use it in music?

Music is a useful aid to memory because it provides many opportunities for repetition in a variety of different forms, in a manner that can promote much deeper feelings than simple lists. This makes music both easy to memorize and an aid to memorizing other things.
Sean Hutchins
Director of Research
What is memory and how do we use it in music?
When we’re listening to, practicing, or performing music, various types of memory come into play.
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The NEW Violin Series, 2021 Edition Recordings

Watch leading soloists, concertmasters of major orchestras, and other award-winning violinists perform repertoire selections from the new Violin Series, 2021 Edition in The Royal Conservatory’s very own Koerner Hall. These additional resources are an excellent way to inspire your students to work towards refined musical interpretations. Free access is included with every Repertoire book.


How to Teach Music Online

Join us for a webinar series created just for you! Industry experts will share information about best practices, strategies and resources to help you transition to online music teaching.
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Piano Online Community

Your new Celebration Series® Repertoire and Etudes books will grant you access to an online community with over 500 audio and video recordings, from acclaimed pianists like Anton Nel, to inspire you and your students.
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Introducing the Violin Series, 2021 Edition

Carefully curated to support teachers and students in their artistic and technical development, the Violin Series, 2021 Edition includes engaging pieces from a diverse range of eras and styles from elementary to advanced repertoire. 
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