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GP3 2018
August 3–4, 2018
Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio

Executive Committee

Michelle Conda is professor of piano and coordinator of secondary piano and piano pedagogy at the University of Cincinnati-College Conservatory of Music, co-founder of the National Group Piano/Piano Pedagogy forum and an associate editor for Clavier Companion magazine.
Courtney Crappell, NCTM, is assistant professor of piano pedagogy at the University of Houston, where he teaches piano, piano pedagogy, and coordinates the class piano program. He holds a DMA degree from the University of Oklahoma.
Barbara Fast, NCTM, is professor of piano pedagogy and keyboard department chair at the University of Oklahoma, where she coordinates the group piano program and teaches graduate and undergraduate piano pedagogy. She is co-founder of the National GP3 Forum.
Andi McAlister
Andrea McAlister, NCTM, is assistant professor of piano pedagogy at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music. She has presented at the World Piano Pedagogy Conference and the International Conference on Sociology of Music Education.
Tom Pearsall, NCTM, is professor of group piano and pedagogy at Georgia Southern University. A past president of GMTA, he serves on the GP3 executive committee.
Lisa Zdechlik is associate professor of piano pedagogy and coordinator of group piano at the University of Arizona. Her research involves the interaction between music analysis and performance and the applications of current technologies to music learning.
Scott McBride Smith
Scott McBride Smith, NCTM, is serving as MTNA President for the 2017–2019 biennium. Smith previously was president of the California Association of Professional Music Teachers and a member of the Music Teachers National Association Board of Directors. He is visionary leader in music education.
Gary Ingle (ex officio) is MTNA executive director & CEO. A former college professor, administrator and conductor, Ingle holds a D.M.A. degree from the Southern Baptist Thrological Seminary. He earned bachelor's and master's degrees in music at Samford University.
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