Maestro Gerald H. Goslin, internationally recognized concert pianist and professor of music, performs in numerous concerts, lectures and recitals around the world. Maestro was an adjunct professor of Music at Oakland Community College for twenty-eight years. Maestro was a student of Mischa Kottler who was a student of Emil von Sauer, who was a student of Franz Liszt, who was a student of Carl Czerny who was a student of Ludwig van Beethoven. He is rated among the 100 top musicians in the world.
I love to teach. I enjoy sharing my knowledge with others. I enjoy building the student into the best musician that they can be. Many of my students have continued with professional careers.
Maestro is an extremely gifted teacher with an incomparable background and experience which he brings to bear on his work with students. He teaches all aspects of music and has high standards. Only the serious student need consider working with him. That said, he is kind and patient and always works in the best interest of his students. An opportunity to study with him is a gift. I have studied piano for over 40 years, but the 20 months I have spent with Maestro have been more enlightening and taught me more music than any other experience. He is beyond compare.