Location

Winnetka Covenant Church
1200 Hibbard Road, Wilmette, IL

Next Event

Date

Nov 26, 2018

Time

9:30 am - 12:00 pm

Monthly Meeting November 2018

Pre-Meeting

9:30-10:00AM

Small Group Discussion

Headshots!
Sign up to have a professional headshot taken during our pre-meeting and coffee hour this month for a nominal fee.   Then join the rest of us as we break up into small groups for lively discussion on teaching and business-related topics.

November Program

11:00AM-12:00PM

Eric Sutz
MyoFascia Release for your Hands, Arms and Shoulders

We all need to be empowered with learning to care for our own bodies. It isn’t enough to get enough sleep, exercise and eat healthy foods to keep the tools of our trade in working order. When your tissues are cleared of adhesions, knots and other dysfunctions you will have improved your function, circulation and given your body the ability to heal itself.

This program will give you hands-on techniques that can be used immediately to relieve pain and stiffness. You will learn the how to be proactive in the self care process.

No special clothing is needed to attend this program. 

Biography

Eric Sutz graduated with a Bachelor of Music from DePaul University in 1980. While at DePaul he played a wide variety of engagements in addition to teaching piano and guitar. He has been employed as a musician, accompanist, arranger, conductor and teacher for over forty years. From 1981-1993 Eric worked full time as a keyboardist, music director, and rehearsal and audition pianist for the Candlelight, Marriot Lincolnshire, Wisdom Bridge and Goodman Theater. Eric taught at Carmel High School as the assistant and primary choral director for three years and was the accompanist and solo pianist for the European tour of the Carmel HS Concert Choir. Eric studied classical piano with Eloise Niwa and Joyce Sklar, conducting with Dr.William Huber and Kevin Stites, and jazz piano with Judy Roberts, Howard Levy, Larry Novak, Willie Pickens, John Campbell, Joel Daley, Mike Kocour ,and Greg Fishman. He continues to study the history and styles of the great Chicago boogie and blues artists with Erwin Helfer. He has been an active member of the NSMTA since 1978. His book: “How to Play and Teach Popular Music Creatively” was first published in 1986 and has had three printings. Eric is a faculty member of the Music Institute of Chicago and Stevenson HS. He has also been teaching in his Wheeling, IL home studio since 1984.

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Hourly Schedule

9:30 - 10:00
Pre-Meeting
Small Group Discussion and Headshots
10:00 - 11:00
Business Meeting and Coffee
11:00 - 12:00
Eric Sutz
“Miofascia Release for your Arms and Shoulders”
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