Dr Christina Long's Piano Studio
Each student will receive individually tailored weekly training, spanning from technique, theory to comprehension of piano literature in 400 years of history. Focus on intermediate to advanced levels of students, Dr Long has leading active performance and teaching in the 30 years. She had performed in Canada, Italy, Germany, Poland, Uruguay, 26 States of US, Indonesia, Malaysia, Taiwan and China. Served as Assistant Professor of Westfield State University (Massachusetts), Tabor College (Kansas), Artists-in-Residence of Southeastern Oklahoma State University, she had won 1st prize of Kingsville International Young Aritsts Competition, and 1st of Piano Duo Competition of National Federation of Music Clubs. Her students had won 1st prize of Dallas Symphony Orchestra Young Artists Competition, Texas Association of Symphony Orchestra, Lake Lewisville Symphony Orchestra, Originsl Composition Competition and Performance Contest of both Solo and Concerto Divisions of Texas Music Teachers Association.
Education Doctor of Musical Arts (University of North Texas)
Awards 1st Prize of Kingsville Young Artists Competition,1st Prize of Piano Duo Competition of National Federation of Music Clubs. Students Awards: 1st prize of Dallas Symphony Orchestra Young Artist, Lake Lewisville Competition.
Associations Texas Music Teachers Association