Teaching

 

Artist Faculty

                                                                                                                       

NYU Steinhardt

 

Mannes School of Music

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Former Faculty

 

DePaul University School of Music

Tenured Full-Time Professor of Piano, Head of the Keyboard Programs                      

SUNY Purchase Conservatory of Music                                                            

Affiliate Artist-Teacher of Piano                                                                                                                  

Sarajishvili Tbilisi State Conservatoire of Music                                                         

Professor of Piano                                                                                                                       

Paliashvili Tbilisi Special Music School for Gifted Children                                        

Professor of Piano                                                                                                                       

Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatoire of Music                                           

Teaching Assistant to Vera Gornostaeva, Professor of Piano

 

Festival Artist/Faculty

 

PuertoPiano Festival

Bermuda Piano Festival

Villa Sandra Piano Academy

Todi International Music Masters

Round Top International Festival-Institute

NYU Summer Piano Intensive

Apollo Music Festival

Foshan Liu Shi-Kun Music & Art School 

Xi’an Conservatory of Music

Mannes College the New School for Music Year-Long Festival

International Keyboard Institute and Festival

PianoSummer at New Paltz International Institute / Festival

International Piano Symposium, Homage to Heinrich Neuhaus

Festival International de Colmar

Eteriani – Annual Piano Week for Young Georgian Pianists

 

Masterclasses

 

The Art of Piano Performance

Stemming from Heinrich Neuhaus and Konstantin Igumnov piano lineage that perceives the art of piano performance as a poetic idiom, fascinating inspiration, and cultural component to express emotional, intellectual, and philosophical experience, Eteri Andjaparidze imparts these aesthetics in her teaching.  The principles of the masterclass aim to guide students in their search for true mastery, where playing the instrument is identified as a spontaneous and effortless expression of spiritual freedom, and technical prowess is seen not as an end in itself but as a step to eloquent delivery of artistic message. 

 

AmerKlavier Institute

A series of open piano masterclasses with Eteri Andjaparidze explore a wide variety of musical styles, as well as offer a comprehensive survey of the piano chamber music repertoire.  The series conclude with a gala featuring the best participants in performance.

 

Exploring Musical Styles

Baroque, Classical, Romantic, XX Century / Contemporary, Chamber Music / Duo Piano

 

Exploring Musical Form        

Polyphony and / or Fugue, Sonata and / or Variations, Etude and / or Virtuosic Opus, Free Form and / or Cycle, Piano Concerto and / or Duo Piano

Photo by Marina Mitchell

 

AmerKlavier

 

Shaped by extraordinary artistic and pedagogical vision, AmerKlavier leitmotif is to explore new dimensions of artistic and educational spheres by merging rigorous professional training with the real concert life experience, and to expand and engage the artistic potential of young musicians in various artistic/educational projects. Integrating dynamic performance element

into the learning process enhances multiple layers of students' awareness and enables them to absorb the broad spectrum of meaningful communication within the context of contemporary perception of the performing arts. AmerKlavier concept cultivates the format of featuring young rising talents alongside distinguished masters and promotes the highest standards of artistry and collaboration while building a nourishing cultural environment for wide audiences.

 

As a part of The United Sounds of America festival founded and directed by Eteri Andjaparidze in Chicago, IL, Amerklavier was initialy conceived as a retrospective of American piano music of all forms and genres, with the title inspired by Beethoven's Piano Sonata Op. 106, Hammer-Klavier.

 

Subsequently, AmerKlavier has emerged as an independent unique model of advanced piano performance study that seeks to uncover and address individual qualities and needs of aspiring pianists, while helping them attain professional fluency as they carve out their musical profiles. Innovatively designed and based on the world's finest traditions of the art of piano playing, AmerKlavier Studio offers specialized guidance and encourages professional exchange between artistic generations through extensive masterclasses, workshops and performing opportunities. It is dedicated to professional excellence, as well as exceptional camaraderie, and is the first piano performance studio named to the prestigious International Steinway Artists roster.

 

AmerKlavier has presented myriads of thematic festivals and projects such as The United Sounds of America: American Music Festival dedicated to 9/11; Pour le piano: French Music Festival; Grand Piano à la Russe: Russian Music Festival; A Taste of Georgia: Georgian Music Program; Sergei Prokofiev: Complete Piano Sonatas; Sergei Rachmaninoff: Complete Opera for Two Pianos and One-Piano Four/Six Hands; Ludwig van Beethoven: 32 Sonatas for Piano; W. A. Mozart: Complete Piano Sonatas; Fryderyk Chopin: Complete Nocturnes for Piano; J. S. Bach: The Well-Tempered Clavier, Book I; J. S. Bach: Complete Concerti for Two Keyboards and Strings, Johannes Brahms: Complete Quartets for Piano and Strings and other musical offerings.