Professor Gilles Comeau presents “Comparing Dalcroze, Orff and Kodàly: Choosing your approach to teaching music” at Dalcroze Society of Canada in Toronto.
Professor Comeau presents “A passion for learning” at Kesarwani conference 2012.
Stephanie Ahken, Gilles Comeau, Sylvie Hébert and Ramesh Balasubramaniam’s article “Observable eye-movement patterns during the processing of linguistic and musical syntactic incongruities” is published in Psychomusicology: Music, Mind & Brain.
Professor Comeau’s article “Playing by ear in the Suzuki Method: Supporting evidence and concerns in the context of piano playing” is published in The Canadian Music Teacher.
Bruno Emond and Gilles Comeau’s article “Cognitive modelling of early music reading skill acquisition for piano” is in the Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Cognitive Modeling 2012 in Universitaetsverlag der TU Berlin.
Matti Ruipo, a professor from Pirkanmaa University of Applied Science, presents “Music education system in Finland”.
Professor Gilles Comeau presents “Exploring period keyboard instruments: A masterclass for students and teachers” at University of Ottawa.
Media Coverage: the ORBit, p. 14.
Exploring Period Keyboard Instruments with Prof. Gilles Comeau
University Alumni visit the Piano Pedagogy Research Laboratory.
Two groups of High School students visit the Piano Pedagogy Research Laboratory.
Shannon Maertens completes her Graduate Certificate in Piano Pedagogy Research.
Professors Russell, McDill, and Comeau present “A biomechanical investigation of warm-up procedures for musicians” at a conference of Carleton University.
Members of Ottawa Adult Music Camp visit the Piano Pedagogy Research Laboratory.
Graduate Student Yuanyuan Lu completes her Master in Arts with thesis in Piano Pedagogy “Survey of eighteen North-American piano method books: Repertoire selection and categories”.
Professor Comeau gives a lecture on “Music lessons: Enriching your child’s musical experience for continuing education”.
The Piano Pedagogy Research Laboratory is welcoming the group ORMTA for a visit.
Graduate Student Kimberley Sundell completes her Master in Arts with thesis in Piano Pedagogy “Comprehensive musicianship and beginner piano method books: A content analysis”.
Professor Virginia Penhune, an invited keynote speaker from Concordia University, presents “Sensitive period effects for musical training”.
Professor Comeau gives a presentation for the Leadership Center.