Musicians in the Making
Our piano program offers the unique learning experience through group and private instruction. Students take weekly private lessons plus a monthly group performance class where they play for one another and learn a variety of skills such as composition, improvisation, music history, and music theory to develop them into well-rounded musicians. Our students are performers and creative thinkers who perform, compose their own music, and improvise on a regular basis. Piano students at Musicians in the Making in our “in-house” Composition Contest, PhD Program (Practice Hard Daily), and also have the opportunity to participate in local festivals, competitions, and community outreach concerts. Our program runs year-round.
Education M.M. Piano Pedagogy and Performance with Distinction from Westminster Choir College of Rider University B.M. Piano Performance from University of the Pacific Conservatory of Music
Awards - 2012 Winner of New Jersey Music Teacher’s Association (NJTMA) Young Musicians Competition - 2009 Concerto Competition winner at University of the Pacific Conservatory of Music
Associations Music Teachers' Association of California (MTAC) - San Francisco Branch, Board of Directors
Genres & Ages Taught classical, jazz, pop, world music