Category Archive for: ‘2011/2012’

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    Raisa Isaacs – ISCA Award Best of Atlanta 2011 in Music Instruction

    I am glad to share a news regarding my Award from United States Commerce Association (USCA, New York). I was rewarded with the pluck Best of Atlanta 2011  Music Instruction Raisa Isaacs Adult Piano Studio  Below is a quotation from the Award description: The USCA …

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    Raisa Isaacs is a honored member of Strathmore’s Who’s Who

    News! Piano Teacher Raisa Isaacs was honored by Strathmore’s Who’s Who in 2012 among “…individuals who have demonstrated leadership and achievement in their occupation, industry or profession”.  

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    Dr. Raisa Isaacs’s Winter Piano Studio recital at the Steinway Piano Galleries

    Steinway Piano Galleries greets visitors with the rich and festive purple-red and yellow colors altogether with the tasteful decorations and bright lights these holidays. The beautiful and hospital hall is suited the best for the piano studio events and other recitals alike. Steinway’s pianos action …

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    Winter Adult Piano Party-Recital

    Annual Winter Adult Piano Studio Recital-Party took a place at home of one of my adult piano students , who owns a magnificent 9’Steinway. After the classical program music party continues with a jam-session, playing original folk-tunes and sharing goodies from the different countries …. My adult …

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    GMTA Conference 2012

    Your teacher presented Dance in Bach’s Keyboard Music (Correlation of the steps, step-units with phrasing and articulation) at GMTA Conference 2012 (Young Harris College, GA)

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    After chairing AMTA Romantic& Impressionistic Festival-Competition

    It’s can be exhausting – chairing a competition. What is rewarding – a feedback from the teachers and participants that it means a lot for them to have a chance to participate and evaluate abilities and potentials. The opinion exists- competitions are bad. This is …

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