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Susan1Susan Ogilvy owns an innovative music studio in Denton, TX for children of all ages where Clavinovas are incorporated into every activity. She has been a consultant for YAMAHA Corporation of America, training teachers how to use the Clavinova in their studios and for the Clavinova Festival. She is director of KETS (Keyboard Ensemble and Technology Seminar), a seven-day seminar for piano teachers, music educators and worship musicians co-sponsored by Ogilvy Music, YAMAHA and currently hosted by the University of Central Oklahoma.

Susan holds a B.M.E. and M.M.E. from the University of North Texas where she studied piano with Robert J. Rogers and Margaret Grubb. Susan and her husband Jim, compose digital keyboard ensembles for their publishing company, Ogilvy Music. She has written piano solos for Alfred Publishers and for the “Celebrate Piano!” method published by Frederick J. Harris (Canada).

 

Dennis MauricioDennis Mauricio has been on the forefront of teaching music technology and digital arts for many years. Having worked as a music technology education consultant and clinician for Berklee College of Music, Roland Corporation, the Rocky Mountain Music Technology Workshop at the University of Northern Colorado, and various conferences and workshops nationwide, Dennis is known for creative and motivating sessions for music educators. He is an active composer and arranger of works for digital keyboard ensembles and iPad Combos published by Ogilvy Music.

RobertHeadShotRob Patrick plays and teaches guitar, electric bass and double bass.  He has always loved just about every style of music.  He learned clarinet and piano at an early age which gave him a love for classical music. As he grew up, he enjoyed playing guitar and bass in rock-n-roll dance bands and the jazz standards in club venues. From his love of classical and jazz music, Rob decided to go to music school to study double bass. After completing a degree in music education, an opportunity came open to play in a symphony orchestra. Over the years, while continuing to teach music, Rob has played in countless classical, jazz, rock and country groups.   His main focus these days is any instrument that has strings on it – acoustic guitar, classical guitar or electric guitar and electric bass, fretless bass and double bass.  They are all favorites!

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