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密歇根州立大学钢琴副教授 Derek Polischuk

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  与兰乔圣菲文化平台合作的密歇根州立大学钢琴副教授 Derek Polischuk

  密歇根州立大学音乐学院钢琴系副教授、钢琴教学系主任。生于美国圣地亚哥市,师从Krzysztof Brzuza,后进入南加州大学桑顿音乐学院,在该校师从著名钢琴教师Daniel Pollack。2006年他以优异成绩毕业,荣获博士学位,并被授予“最杰出毕业生”称号。

  他2013年为Blue Griffin唱片公司录制的钢琴独奏曲“Terra Incognita”赢得国际一片好评。Fanfare 杂志的Colin Clarke写道“Polischuk成功演绎了舒伯特的作品,细节部分处理得堪称完美,舒伯特的那种永恒的感觉也被精准地传达出来。他的演绎在各种条条框框中探索出了无限的可能,却又能做到不越界,其中俏皮的F小调可真是趣味十足。”Lawrence Consentino 评论说“Polischuk那悦耳的琴声很容易引人共鸣。他的琴音不经意的落下,宛若鸟巢上被风吹落的细雪,毫无斧凿之迹。他的演奏亲切温暖而又不刻意讨好,萦绕耳际的音符让人觉得切切的就是自己的心声……’Terra Incognita’既能给你带来纯粹感官的快乐,又能引发你的深沉思考。”

  Polischuk热衷于为各类年轻音乐家提供教育,曾出席美国和加拿大各大教师会议,包括全美音乐教师协会、全美钢琴教师会议、音乐教学多学科研究会议。他也曾在美国各大钢琴竞赛中担任评委老师,其门下无论是本科生、研究生还是预科生都有多人在竞赛中夺头奖。同时,他还持续在《键盘》杂志、全美音乐教师协会电子杂志上发表多篇关于钢琴与自闭症患者话题的文章。他是“Celebrating the Spectrum”钢琴音乐节的创办人和主管,该音乐节致力于推动优秀钢琴家对自闭症议题的关注。在密歇根州立大学,他曾被该校授予“课程服务学习以及市民服务”奖、“学者型教师”奖以表彰他在教学方面的杰出贡献。



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Derek Polischuk
Associate Professor of Piano and Director of Piano Pedagogy
 
Derek Kealii Polischuk is associate professor of piano and director of piano pedagogy at the Michigan State University College of Music.  Originally from San Diego, Polischuk studied with Krzysztof Brzuza before attending the University of Southern California Thornton School of Music, where he received the Doctor of Musical Arts degree with distinction under the tutelage of renowned piano pedagogue Daniel Pollack.  On graduating from the Thornton School in 2006, Polischuk was named Most Outstanding Graduate.
 
Polischuk’s 2013 solo piano recording “Terra Incognita” for the Blue Griffin label has received international critical acclaim.  Colin Clarke of Fanfare Magazine wrote, “The Schubert receives an excellent performance from Polischuk.  Shadings are perfectly judged, and Schubert’s sense of timelessness is superbly judged, finding the pianist testing the boundaries of what constitutes too much without actually transgressing.  The playful F-Minor offers pure joy.”  Lawrence Consentino wrote, “Polischuk hits every chord with a sweet weight.  Every now and then, a set of notes tumbles down like flecks of snow breezed form a crow’s nest, with no evident human touch.  With a warm but not ingratiating touch, he lets the music resound as if it were coming from inside your mind…’Terra Incognita’ is a thought-provoking mix of sensual pleasure and deep reflection."
 
An enthusiastic supporter of the education of young musicians at every age, ability and background, Polischuk has presented at meetings of piano teachers in the United States and Canada, including the Music Teachers National Association, the National Group Piano and Pedagogy Conference, and the Multidisciplinary Research in Music Pedagogy Conference.  He has adjudicated piano competitions across the United States and teaches a studio a prizewinning pianists at the undergraduate, graduate and pre-college levels.  He has published articles in Clavier Magazine and in the MTNA e-jounal on the topics of improvisation, outreach, and piano instruction for students with autism spectrum disorders.  Polischuk is the founder and director of the “Celebrating the Spectrum” Piano Festival for advanced pianists on the Autism Spectrum.  At Michigan State University, Polischuk has been the recipient of the Curricular Service-Learning and Civic Engagement Award, and the Teacher-Scholar Award, given in recognition of exceptional skill in teaching. 

 

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