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BCF PROFESSOR TO JUDGE PIANO COMPETITION

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

March 19, 2013


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BCF Professor of Piano Angela Glover will be judging during the National Guild Piano Competition.

In the midst of all of the rehearsals, performances, classes, and private lessons, Music Professors at The Baptist College of Florida (BCF) are often requested to lend their expertise in judging local and state competitions as they encourage the next generation of musicians.

This spring, BCF Professor of Piano Angela Glover will be judging during the National Guild Piano Competition. Decidedly qualified, Glover received her Bachelor's degree from Peabody Conservatory of Music in 1978 and continued her education at Florida State University where she received her Master's and Doctorate degree. Glover has been a part of the BCF faculty for over 24 years teaching private piano lessons, piano classes, and sight singing.

Glover has repeatedly been a requested judge for several other competitions including the Montgomery Symphony Piano competition and the National Federation of Piano Teachers competition. This will be the first time Glover has judged for The National Guild Piano Competition which is a division of the American College of Musicians founded in 1929 by Dr. Irl Allison. The Guild has grown to more than 850 national and international audition centers in which thousands of students enroll in each year for the purpose of encouraging the study and enjoyment of piano. In awarding students of all levels, the Piano Guild judges in the areas of accuracy, continuity, phrasing, pedaling, dynamics, rhythm, tempo, tone, interpretation, style, and technique.

For information about the music programs offered through The Baptist College of Florida call 800-328-2660 ext. 427.


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