Maestro Gerald H. Goslin
With over 51 years of career in music; Maestro Gerald H. Goslin, an internationally recognized concert pianist and professor, has been performing in various concerts, lectures and workshops around the world. He has been Adjunct Professor of Piano at Oakland Community College from 1983-2010. Also, he’s been a Professor of Piano, Organ and Music Theory at Cameron’s Music in Livonia from 1998-2010. Apart from teaching, he has two recordings on his name along with upcoming CD and video release this year. He’s been an esteemed judge for ‘The Leontyne Price Emerging Arts Vocal Competition’ from 1986-2010 and ‘The Verdi Opera Association Vocal Competition’ in 1995-96. He has been the host of The Piano Hour on WHND (1995). All his accomplishments are the fact of his true dedication towards music. He trains young artists from basic to advanced level at a lesson fee of $50 per hour.