Los Angeles Chapter

Two online meetings this month! Special dates and times!

#1:     DATE: Wednesday, April 15, 2020
          TIME: 5:00 pm (but you must PRE-REGISTER to attend)
          PLACE: Seated at your computer, smartphone or tablet
#2:     DATE: Monday, April 20th, 2020
          TIME: 7:00 pm
          PLACE: Seated at your computer, smartphone or tablet

Both of these meetings will be new adventures for our chapter, held online using Zoom video conferencing software.
We hope you will find this format enjoyable as we connect with our friends and colleagues and learn some piano knowledge as well!

If you do not yet have the Zoom software, please look for the Zoom instructions Here.

For the first meeting on April 15th LA chapter will be hosting a test and troubleshooting session. For this session you must pre-register!

To register in advance for this meeting please email Kay Forrest.  You need to pre-register in advance of the meeting time!
(We are not posting the web link here on the open internet because it will attract "Zoom Bombers")

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

For the second meeting on April 20 we will have a Shigeru Kawai voicing presentation by Don Mannino, direct from his home in Cypress, California. This will be a reprise presentation of his online session for the Chicago PTG last month. It will be a sort of ‘hybrid’ online class, where he will first present and talk through his slide show directly on Zoom. Then Don will be streaming a portion of the video from Chicago, where he demonstrated some voicing techniques on a 7-foot Shigeru Kawai piano.

To join the Zoom meeting please send an email in advance to Don Mannino requesting the invitation.
(We are not posting the web link here on the open internet because it will attract "Zoom Bombers")

Don will be able to listen to us with an earpiece, so we can individually ask questions of him throughout his seminar - almost like being there in person!

Be brave, try setting up your device and get started, because it is very likely this type of presentation will be more common than in the past, even once this current Covid-19 emergency settles down.

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