I am a pianist who has performed in concert at many locations around the world. I also graphic design folders for my students as well in the way they prefer to keep track of their studies, my grand piano is one of the top pianos available to play/perform on. If you are a parent of a student you have an option to sit in the large living room space or there is a grand television also available to watch whatever you would like in the family room space.
I love teaching students of all ability levels and I also very much love performing.
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When starting with a new student, I make sure they use the right warm-up strategies and then use the Suzuki Method for more beginners and use the Hanon method for more advanced students. We then decide which type of music is liked and go through my method.
I have performed at many locations around the world. I have studied with the Suzuki Method as a beginner, then as I became more advanced I started studying romantic era music which includes mostly Chopin, Liszt, Rachmaninoff, Scriabin and Ravel at Oberlin College and Northern Illinois University. I entered competition and won honorable mention at the Franz Liszt competition in 2010. I performed at DeSales Auditorium in Minnesota which was done as a benefit to Haiti. In 2012, I performed at all of the locations in the Keys to the City Piano Festival that was created by the city of Chicago. As a result, I played for grammy-award winner Emanuel Ax (video on YouTube) who invited me to perform at the Chicago Symmphony Center which included other world renowned pianists. I also founded the largest-monthly piano gatherings in Chicago at http://meetup.com.pianoparty.
Charging $100 for 30 minutes or $150 per hour.
I started teaching even in high school while entering piano competition but also mostly started my own piano company at "The Opus Institute of Chicago" but now I teach individually at my house which includes a Boston 7-foot grand piano.
All types from classical and contemporary
Performing at the Chicago Symphony Center in 2012 was most memoral curated by Grammy-Award winner Emauel Ax which included world renowned pianists Jorge Federico Osorio, Jeremy Denk, Reginald Robinson, Marc-André Hamelin, Orli Shaham, Valentina Lisitsa, Bill Charlap, Renee Rosnes and others.