Heather Campbell is a classically-trained pianist and accompanist who studied under Dr. Damjana Bratuz and Ronald Turini (who studied with Vladimir Horowitz), earning Bachelor and Master degrees in Piano Performance. She also has a Master of Arts (Philosophy) and a Bachelor of Arts (English Literature) from the University of Toronto and completed her three-year Alexander Technique training in Toronto.
Heather has been teaching Alexander Technique since the 1990s and piano since the 1980s with a particular interest in the application of the Technique to music performance. Her students have won national Royal Conservatory of Music exam awards, national competitions, and university entrance music scholarships. In addition to her ongoing piano and Alexander Technique studio, adjudication, and international masterclasses, she is currently writing a comprehensive book on the application of Alexander Technique at the piano.
Heather is President of Alexander Technique Canada, former chair of its Professional Conduct Committee, and its ATAS representative.
The Dilemma of Feeling Music Without Feeling Tension
Tuesday, 23 August 2022
14:30 h - 15:45 h