EVC Music and TopMusicSheets presented a brand new book EVC Music at the Royal Albert Hall released by TopMusic.co and TopMusicPro.com for the TopMusic community – one of the leading educational resources available on the internet for music teachers founded by the Australian music educator Tim Topham.
Live stream presentation and launch included EVC Music composers Nancy Litten, Heather Hammond, Victoria Proudler, Sam Wedgwood, Nikki Iles and Elena Cobb.
The collection features ten tunes (with audio) from the upcoming Elena Cobb Star Prize Festival at the Royal Albert Hall Concert with the Band programme where young pianists will be performing jazz and pop music with a professional 5-piece band.
- Super Duck, by Elena Cobb
- Good Mood Boogie, by Heather Hammond
- Robots Go Clubbing, Nancy Litten
- Caterpillar Blue, by Nikki Iles
- Country Waltz, by Paul Birchall
- Grumps, by Sam Wedgwood
- Alone for a While, by Heather Hammond
- Stakeout, by Victoria Proudler
- Shark Soup, by Sam Wedgwood
- Lavender Haze, by Elena Cobb
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What a pleasure it has been working with Elena and EVC Music to put this collection together! The feedback from our members has already been positive as they start exploring these wonderful pieces with their students.
One of our members, Erich said: “I can most certainly use this collection! It is a fresh set of music that will trigger the student to study piano and to practise more. In doing so, they’ll learn chords, intervals, improvising in a super fun way. On behalf of my students: Thank you very much!!!
Thanks so much to all the amazing EVC composers for happily sharing their beautiful and funky pieces with our members. This will be a collection that is treasured for years to come.”
Elena Cobb Star Prize Festival at the Royal Albert Hall is a unique event with performance opportunities for young pianists from around the world. It was first introduced in 2014 when Elena Cobb began working with the UK and overseas music festivals. Today, many of them cherish the opportunity to perform at the annual Elena Cobb Star Prize at the Royal Albert Hall Elgar Room on the red piano that used to belong to Sir Elton John himself!