An Interview: on improvisation

Gertrude Price Wollner is a teacher of improvisation, pedagogy, and piano. Her pupils range from little children to mature musicians, performers, and teachers. She is author of a unique book on musical improvisation, is a member of the Music Educators National Conference, as well as other national professional organizations, and conducts workshops and programs in improvisation. Formerly of New York City and Washington, District of Columbia, she now has her home and studio in Belmont, Massachusetts.

When did you first become interested in improvisation?

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