Zen Piano Studio is a warm, open, and fun environment for children, teenagers and adults to learn and advance the skills needed for a fulfilling piano journey. Lessons are very thoughtfully and professionally tailored to the age, background, needs, goals and learning style of each student.
Solid technique, performance skills, audition and competition artistry, theory, ear training and a variety of styles and approaches to piano mastery are taught early on. A special emphasis is placed on meditative lessons where students learn to develop a great sense of awareness, self-confidence and the ability to play with ease.
I love teaching children, teens, adults, and senior citizens of all backgrounds and musical learning styles. It is so fulfilling to see my students grow and improve their quality of life through music. My students have won competitions and performed in Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall and have been accepted to well-renowned music schools. I am so proud of all of my students and look forward to enriching your life with the gift of music.
She is such a good teacher. With COVID she transitioned to virtual lessons & my kids and I have been progressing just as much as when we were in person. We each learn differently and she meets us where we are. Highly, highly recommend.
I like to get to know the student's musical interest and proficiency level in various skills related to processing musical concepts.
I have a Master of Music in Piano Performance and Piano Pedagogy from Westminster Choir College
I was called to teach from a young age and pursued formal professional education in pedagogy and piano technique.
I have worked with students of all ages who were highly ambitious as well as leisure pianists with an interest in various styles.
I am fond of the great music we have been able to continue to explore through our virtual lessons.
Speak to the teacher if you can, look up any videos of their students performing, and read their bio.
Can you set aside a time and space that you can devote to your own self-growth at the piano?