According to Suzuki, “People either become experts at doing the right thing, which is seen as a fine talent, or they become experts at doing something that is wrong … .” Superior ability can be achieved by anyone who works to achieve it.
I had the privilege to study with Hungarian-born pianist (1912), an artist who combined distinguished careers in both teaching and performing since his arrival in America. Winner of the Liszt Prize for three consecutive years.
Playing music is a full-body experience. According to Emile Jacques-Dalcroze, “Muscles were made for movement, and rhythm is movement. It is impossible to conceive a rhythm without thinking of a body in motion.”
I tailor my lessons to meet your distinct needs and personal goals, and encourage diversity in musical styles based on your assorted interests and skills. My studio consists of children and adults of all ages.