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The Superior Piano and Its Slave, the Pianist: Piano Stylings of Alfred Sturrup

The Superior Piano and Its Slave, the Pianist: Piano Stylings of Alfred Sturrup

Alfred Sturrup was born in Nassau Bahamas where he studied piano under Mr. Eric Cash. At the age of 15 he came to the United States to complete his high school education at Northeastern Academy (then located in the Bronx, New York) where he continued his piano under the tutelage of Dr. Jon Robertson, who later received an appointment to head the Fine Arts Dept. at Oakwood College Huntsville, Alabama. Alfred followed him there and completed his B. Mus. Degree with a major in piano performance.

Alfred is the creator of "The Piano Bug" a full-feature online piano studio. He developed a unique "pattern piano method" from beginner to advanced levels. He developed, designed, and wrote the code for his music education software and instruction websites. The result is a user-friendly interface, online piano studio. The studio features graded study halls for beginner through advanced piano lessons, facilities for live interactive master classes and live one-on-one interactive live private piano lessons.

In addition to his music works, Alfred has written a number of books including "Conservatism - The integration of social slavery and economic anarchy (An Illicit Love Affair between Big Business and Big Religion)

The Humanist Society of Greater Phoenix meets twice a month on Sunday mornings.

Continental breakfast is available for purchase ($5 breakfast, $1 beverage only) from 8:30 to 9:30, when the meeting begins.

We enjoy the company of our fellow Humanists followed by a lecture from a guest speaker and topic discussion ending by 11:30 a.m. Our meetings are free and open to anyone who is interested in learning more about Humanism.

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  • Jennifer W.

    It was good! Thanks to Alfred for sharing his passion and philosophy and his musical works with us!

    1 · December 3, 2012

  • Sharon L.


    December 2, 2012

  • Richard D.

    This was an excellent program and was much more informative than I had expected. He managed to tie his music (piano) to atheism, our failing education system, and science (which he clearly loves!) And he played a few pieces for us to illustrate some of his ideas and concepts and he is exceptional! Well worth it!

    December 2, 2012

  • Anita R.

    Our own Alfred Sturrup gave an outstanding presentation mixing music with science in a spactacular way. He played a few piano selections that he wrote which reflected his interpretation of reality and cosmology. Excellent presentation!

    December 2, 2012

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