This page lists various music-related projects undertaken by Anne Ku in chronological order. The first two projects were presented at an arts and humanities conference in Honolulu, Hawaii, January 8-10, 2012.
Call for Scores of Multi-hand Piano Duets: from Hawaii to Holland
- This was an experimental project to get living composers to submit interesting duets for pianists to play and to get feedback from the pianists on readability, playability, and more.
Part 2 of the “House Concerts for Art Music” presented at an arts and humanities conference in Honolulu, January 2012
- Respond below to request for the 14-page white paper – part one (presented at the 2010 International Cultural Economics Conference in Copenhagen).
Introducing piano solo music that’s accessible and interesting (catalogue)
Piano Ensemble for Part-Timers, awarded by University of Hawaii Community Colleges part-time student initiatives grant for Dec 2013 – June 2014. Music for easy piano.
Instrumental ensemble as a sustainable learning community, awarded by University of Hawaii Community Colleges part-time student initiatives grant for Dec 2014 – June 2015
Music to serve a cause: Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). A multi-disciplinary enquiry. (2015 onwards)
Getting adults to learn the piano and ‘ukulele as quickly and effortlessly as possible: Forthcoming books for piano and ‘ukulele (2017 onwards) and ukulele jam clubs.
Ukulele club with themed jam sessions: first set up in Lower Mills area of Boston. — “have uke will travel”