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Join Hal Leonard authors Phillip Keveren and Mona Rejino as they revisit the Hal Leonard Student Piano Library method, focusing on the elements that have made this method a favorite for so many teachers and students around the world. Phillip and Mona will also introduce exciting new music featuring Sondheim and piano standards as well as new Disney arrangements and original piano solo compositions!
Composer and arranger
Phillip Keveren, a multi-talented keyboard artist and composer, has composed works in a variety of genres from piano solo to symphonic orchestra. He gives frequent concerts and workshops for teachers and their students in the United States, Europe, Australia, and Asia. Mr. Keveren holds a B.M. in composition from California State University Northridge, and a M.M. in composition from the University of California. The Phillip Keveren series remains one of Hal Leonard's most popular and beloved series.
An accomplished pianist, clinician, and teacher, Mona Rejino is co-author of the Hal Leonard Student Piano Library and Adult Piano Method. Her numerous published works in the Hal Leonard Piano catalogue include solos, collections of original compositions, arrangements, chamber music, and Essential Elements Piano Theory. She was commissioned by MTNA to write a trio for the 2019 National Conference and was named the 2021 TMTA Commissioned Composer. Mona has taught piano at the Hockaday School in Dallas for over 20 years.
Charmaine Siagian received her BM and MM degrees in piano performance from Youngstown State University and her DMA in piano performance and pedagogy from the University of Oklahoma. Originally from Sabah, Malaysia, Charmaine authored the Malay Folk Songs Collection published by Hal Leonard, where she is editor of educational piano.