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Juliet Aucreman San Clemente, California
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Name:   Juliet Aucreman
Phone:   (949) 388-9859
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Credentials: Juliet Aucreman was a featured solo artist with the Saddleback Symphony Orchestra in February 2000. She was a piano performance major at the prestigious Eastman School of Music. She has also studied at New England Conservatory, Oberlin Conservatory, and Germany\'s Frieburg Conservatory, all world famous schools. Juliet also has a bachelors\' degree in psychology, specializing in childhood development, from the University of Rochester. She has a Master\'s Degree in occupational therapy from Boston University specializing in treatment of hand injuries, particularly for musicians. She was invited to lecture at Saddleback College for the Music Departments\' publicly advertised Noon Concert Hour on effective practice methods for advanced musicians.

What this means to a piano student: Success and Enjoyment Juliet is a teacher with extensive knowledge regarding effective methods for learning to play music. Her experience in psychology and Occupational therapy makes her exceptionally prepared for individualizing lessons for each student. Juliet teaches students of all ages, beginning, intermediate and advanced.

Special Benefits offered at the Aucreman Studio: Private Lessons include 16 both Adult and Youth Performance Opportunities per year (4 Formal Student Recitals and 12 Informal Music Workshops). These opportunities are free for students in her studio. Juliet Aucreman is an Active MTAC Member and offers the Certificate of Merit Program Option for her students.

Aucreman Piano Recitals, Workshops, and Forums Aucreman Piano Studio 107 La Placentia, San Clemente, CA 92672 (949) 388-9859 *Students from other piano studios are welcome to participate in the following events. There will be a $10 fee (pay at the door) for attending Workshops or Forums and a $20 fee for participation in Recitals (payable 3 days in advance). (Recital participants and their teacher\'s name will be included on the typed program.) Age groups may be broken down further in the coming months, so please call to confirm precise start times.

Piano Recitals 2001: MV Library, 25209 Marguerite Parkway Recital: Saturday, June 30, 2-3:30(ages 5-14) and 7-8:30(ages 15 and up) Recital: Sunday, September 30, 2-3:30(ages 5-14) and 7-8:30(ages 15 and up) Recital: December: TBA

Piano Workshops: 2001: 107 La Placentia, San Clemente For students aged 5-14, beginning-advanced: Performance and Activities Workshop: Sunday, April 22, 5-6:30 Workshop: Sunday, May 20, 5-6:30 Workshop: Sunday, June 10, 5-6:30 Workshop: Sunday, July 15, 5-6:30 Workshop: Sunday, August 12, 5-6:30 Workshop: Sunday, September 9, 5-6:30 Workshop: Sunday, October 14, 5-6:30 Workshop: Sunday, November 11, 5-6:30 Workshop: Saturday, December 8, 5-6:30

Piano Forums 2001: 107 La Placentia, San Clemente For students aged 15 and up, beginning-early advanced: Performance and Discussions Forum: Sunday, April 22, 7-8:30 Topic: How to tackle Rhythm Forum: Sunday, May 20, 7-8:30 Topic: Effective practice habits Forum: Sunday, June 10, 7-8:30 Topic: Hand Anatomy Forum: Sunday, July 15, 7-8:30 Topic: Stage Presence and Performance Anxiety Forum: Sunday, August 12, 7-8:30 Topic: Basic Musical Interpretation Forum: Sunday, September 9, 7-8:30 Topic: Theory: Cycle of Fifths Forum: Sunday, October 14, 7-8:30 Topic: Memorization Forum: Sunday, November 11, 7-8:30 Topic: Sightreading Forum: Saturday, December 8, 7-8:30 Topic: Pedaling

What goes on in Piano Workshops? Workshops are for students aged 5-14. These are informal student get-togethers. Workshops give students the opportunity to play for each other and to discuss musical topics and to participate in musical activities. This gets students used to playing in front of others, and provides a positive incentive for practice throughout the year! Students really enjoy meeting one another and making musical friendships. Parents or guardians are asked to leave their children off for this student\'s-only get-together. Please bring goodies or beverages to share with other students.

What goes on in Piano Forums? Forums are for students aged 15-120. Performance is not required, but students are given the opportunity to play for each other in a relaxed atmosphere. Participants are encouraged to offer suggestions and discussion related to pieces played. In addition, each month a different topic related to piano performance study will be focused on. Students are invited to come with questions. Please bring refreshments.

What are the Recitals like? Recitals are structured but informal, definitely a safe haven for those of us with Performance Anxiety! Students may bring family and friends. These Recitals aim to bring the joy back into playing for others. The Butterfield Room makes a very attractive recital hall with seating capacity for 80 people. They even have a brand new Steinway grand piano. Students are asked to bring goodies or beverages to celebrate their accomplishments. Students aged 5-14 are assigned to the earlier recital time and students 15-120 are assigned to the later recital time.

DIRECTIONS: Workshops and Forums: 107 La Placentia, SC 388-9859. Coming from 5 South, exit Left on Presidio, then immediately Right on Estrella. Pass Palizada, then follow Estrella, which forks after El Oriente Street. Veer Right. Make your first Right on La Placentia. We are on the second block, the last house on the left. The house is white with turquoise trim. Coming from 5 North, exit Right on Palizada, make an immediate Right on Estrella. Follow Estrella ? after 2 blocks (landmark: Cornerstone Community Church) Estrella makes a fork. Stay to the Right, going down a hill. Take your first Right after this fork, onto La Placentia. The house is on the second block, the last house on the Left. The house is white with turquoise trim.

DIRECTIONS: Recitals: Butterfield Community Room, Mission Viejo Library, 25209 Marguerite Parkway. Library telephone number: 830-7100. Cross Street: La Paz. From the 405, exit La Paz and head inland. Make a right on Marguerite, and another immediate right to enter the library parking lot. The Library requests that you park in the parking lot on the far left as you come up the hill, to leave the other parking spaces for their other library visitors.


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