- Music Theory, Piano, and Suzuki Method
- Skill Levels
- Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced
- Classical, Pop
- Lesson Duration
- 30 minutes
- Age Groups
- All Ages
I have spent a good part of my life sharing my love of music and the piano with students. I believe the Suzuki approach is the most natural way to learn music. You are never too old, and rarely too young to benefit from this method, which focuses on a nurturing and musically stimulating environment.
Produced, directed mulit-piano concerts 2005, 2008, 2012
watch here: http://youtu.be/_lAVbEX5PxM
Coached students to participate in "International Ten Piano Concert" in Sacramento and Japan: 2003 to 2011
Performed in International Ten Piano Concert, Sacramento 2003-2005
Directed/performed family concerts across Nebraska, 1993 to 1996
Clinician for Lincoln Suzuki Institute for 2 years
Accompanist Siouxland Talent Education Violin Fest.
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Education with a piano major and strings minor from Wayne State College, Nebraska.
Suzuki Association of the Americas Piano teacher training with Beverly Fest, Doris Harrell, Doris Koppelman, Mary Craig Powell.
Suzuki Piano Basics training Dr. Haruko Kataoka, pioneer and authority of “The Suzuki Piano School”.
Private lessons Catherine Herbener of Bachman Trio and Dr. Paul Barnes, University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Austin District Music Teacher's Association (ADMTA): 2012
American College of Musicians: Piano Guild 1995-2010
Music Teacher's National Association/Omaha MTA: 1987 - present
Suzuki Association of the Americas:- 1980-present
Piano Basics Foundation: 2000-present
Omaha Suzuki Piano Association 1998 - 2012
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