Where are Lessons Offered
In Teacher Studio
Online via Webcam
I have been teaching piano lessons to students of all ages and levels for over 30 years. I still perform solo and chamber music concerts.
I am on the Board of Directors of the Brockton Symphony Orchestra.
I am on the Board of Brockton Rotary Club.
I am a nationally certified Personal Trainer Contact me at: 508-631-2441
My Musical Education Background
-Began playing piano at age 3 -Started piano lessons at age 4 -Gave 1st public recital at 8 years old -First solo performance with Symphony Orchestra at age 11-appeared on TV as piano soloist. Many more public solo, collaborative and orchestral performances before graduating Music Conservatory. Continue active solo, chamber music performance and teaching career to present.
Genres and Subjects Taught
I work with students to develop good practice skills that can also help boost grades in school. Learning to play an instrument has been shown to help spatial intelligence in children. I connect with students to create a comfortable environment that is conducive to progress and joy of music.
Lessons are $35.00 per half hour lesson. I offer a wide range of lesson times.
Ages / Skill Levels Taught
All ages from 3 years old and up through adults are taught. Any one at any level can always learn more! Each lesson is tailored to meet your unique goals and needs as a piano student. I have worked with a wide array of youth and adult students with special abilities and challenges. I teach in an innovative and fun way to keep students learning and growing.
My Certifications and Awards
2006 American Fine Arts Festival award for being teacher of audition winner, performing at Carnegie Hall, New York City 2010 Crescendo International Music Competition award for being teacher of 1st place winner of audition with performance at Carnegie Hall, New York City. 2015 recipient of Paul Harris Fellow award presented by Rotary Foundation. 2014 special recognition for Inspirational Teacher at National Honor Society a Induction Ceremony
My Musical Influences
My mother was a pianist and teacher, producer and director. She never missed one of my lifelong performances. Positive support in the family is very important.
Amy, Has a unique ability to adjust to each student's learning curve. She has given me more in a few months of lessons than most teachers---I'm playing with confidence while playing more complex musical pieces each week.
Mrs. Korim has been my piano teacher for 12 years and she is fantastic! She knows how to cater to any type of student from all ages to ensure that they get the most from each lesson and enjoy the music they play. She works with each student individually and makes sure to give her full attention to them. Mrs. Korim shares her enthusiasm and love for music with her students and inspires them to be better musicians and people. Personally speaking, I originally hated playing the piano but through the many years of lessons with Mrs. Korim, I learned to appreciate music and gained skills that I would keep for the rest of my life. Any student considering Mrs. Korim as a teacher would definitely not regret it!
I have been taking piano lessons from Mrs. Korim for about seven or eight years. I had previously taken lessons from a different teacher, but still had no idea how to read music or count beats. After hearing about Mrs. Korim’s excellent reputation, my parents decided to enroll me in lessons. From the very first day, Mrs. Korim has always been energetic and enthusiastic about teaching me. She used a variety of methods to teach counting, rhythm, and dynamics including visuals, music games, and Youtube videos. If I didn’t understand how to play a measure, Mrs. Korim would use multiple ways to help explain it and made sure that I understood it. Her commitment, dedication, and compassion enlightened me as both a music student and as a human being. Not only did I learn how to play complicated pieces—Beethoven, Chopin, Bach—but I learned how to apply my music skills to real life. For instance, the discipline required to practice and stay committed to piano can be applied to school, work, or a club. I learned many valuable life lessons every Wednesday night when I went to Mrs. Korim’s for piano. She was always very empathetic and practical, and I would not have learned all the things that I did about life and music without her.
West Bridgewater, MA
Mrs. Amy Korim is my piano teacher. In my second year I realized that I was improving as a pianist in ways that I did not think possible. The drive and zest she has for life in infectious. She has been my role model in the way I should approach life. Instead of being discouraged by shortcomings, Mrs. Korim has taught me that you can still learn and make changes. I do my best to incorporate the attitude and discipline I have learned from Mrs. Korim, which is applicable to nearly all aspects of life, not just piano or school.