During the year of the pandemic, we have dug deep into our personal wells of creativity, acquired new tools, and have learned how to be effective teachers under trying circumstances. Now that we are so well equipped with new gear and pedagogical insights, how shall we proceed going forward?
Join George Litterst for a lively session that explores next-generation tools for both in-person and online teaching as well as for independent learning at home—and take your studio to the next level!

George Litterst is a well-known music educator in the United States. A frequent clinician at national music educator conferences (such as MTNA and NCKP), he is an author, performer, and music software developer. A classically-trained pianist, he presents multimedia performances on technology-equipped acoustic pianos. For many years, he has been an associate editor for Clavier Companion and co-author of the Random Access column for American Music Teacher. As a music software developer, he is co-author of the intelligent music display app, SuperScore, and other software products from TimeWarp Technologies.