Keyboard, Piano, Music
Where are Lessons Offered
In Teacher Studio
In Student Home
Online via Webcam
I have been teaching piano in the Bucks County area for the past 14 years. I have a very active studio of piano students of all ages and love teaching and sharing the musical experience with my students. I am a member and the current past President of the Bucks County Association of Piano Teachers and also a member of the New Jersey Piano Teachers Forum. I am constantly updating and continuing my education with attendance at teacher workshops and classes to stay abreast of the latest research and methods in piano pedagogy. Student lessons are taught on a beautiful grand piano, in a relaxed atmosphere.
My Musical Education Background
Piano Pedagogy Certificate Program graduate
University of Utah
Westminster Choir College
Sat. Seminar Program participant
National Conference on Keyboard Pedagogy
Immediate past President Bucks County Assoc. of Piano Teachers
Currently active member of:
Music Teachers National Association, MTNA, NDVC
Bucks County Assoc. of Piano Teachers, BCAPT
Genres and Subjects Taught
Students studying piano in my studio have a weekly private lesson in which we focus on technique, theory and repertoire. Group Musicianship and occasional performance classes allow the student an opportunity to play their music for other students, as well as reinforce theory with games and drills, learn about music history and beginning ear training. Students have many opportunities for performance in recitals and ensemble experience.
Tuition is paid on a monthly basis.
Call to discuss rate based on the length of the lesson and time of day.
Ages / Skill Levels Taught
from 5 yrs. old - 90 yrs.old
I specialize in the beginning and returning piano student, focusing on the individual strengths of each student. Adults and teens welcome!
My Certifications and Awards
Graduate of Piano Pedagogy program - Rider University
University of Utah
My Musical Influences
Classical and jazz
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