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DEN Auditions Program featured in FastCompany

Last year's DEN Audition participants were able to choose from many new recording sites, including several locations abroad. This increase in participation and wider adoption of the technology has even caught the attention of mainstream press. Check out this article by FastCompany's Sean Captain, who recently interviewed DEN consultant George Litterst on the program (click to read the entire article at FastCompany):
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Getting Wired for Long Distance Teaching Part 1: Internet Connectivity

Setting up a long distance teaching environment can be intimidating to even the most veteran technology users. Here are some setup tips we have discovered along our way! 

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Stella Sick Gives Long Distance Master Class for International Institute for Young Musicians

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Students enrolled in exclusive program interact directly with renowned instructors in remote locations without leaving their classrooms.
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Pianist Paul Sheftel Uses Disklavier to Raise Funds for African School

Paul Talking to Shana PHOTO: JAMES STEEBERAt a recent gathering on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, a small crowd filled the salon of pianist and educator Paul Sheftel. This was the last of several such events, all held in private spaces around the city during 2013 and 2014, all organized to raise funds for the Mali Nyeta organization, a foundation oversees education and public health projects in Mali and the surrounding areas. One of the projects, an elementary school, even bears the name “l’Ecole Paul Sheftel.” 
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MIM, Yamaha Team on Broadcasting High-Tech Concerts

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Reporter-Phoenix Business Journal

A high-tech player piano at Phoenix's Musical Instrument Museum is streaming its sold-out, eclectic performances into piano owners’ homes through a unique partnership with Yamaha Corp. of America.
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