I have a Doctorate in Piano from Universite de Montreal, in the past 20 years, I taught piano students from age 4 to college graduates and retirees in their seventies, in Preparatories, Conservatories, Colleges and Universities.
I also taught elementary general music education, Suzuki, Yamaha (by ear), sight reading, music theory applied, improvisation, harmonization, song writing and chamber ensemble.
I have published articles in American Music Teachers & presented at national conferences on the brain and learning. I was voted Teacher of the Year by the Iowa Music Teacher Association (MTNA.)
For special group classes (Ear training, ensemble, Early Childhood Music-for 2 months to 5 year olds,) visit www.MindfulMusicAcademy.com.
My complete biography and videos of my workshops, performances, improvisations are at www.banglangdo.com
Beginner adult students in Piano. Classes taught: Music Theory, Ear Training, American Music, World Music, Liturgical Ensemble, Humanities Survey
Taught beginner adult students Piano, Music Theory classes, Core courses
Piano, Music Theory, Piano Class
Piano Class for adults
Chamber Ensemble, Piano lessons to adults
Pre College students, Suzuki and traditional Piano, Enrichment classes for 6-9 year olds covering Theory, Ear Training, Sight Reading
Piano Students from age 4-18, Accompanied Suzuki Violin classes
Group classes for 2 months old to 5 year olds with their caretakers.
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CAPMT is the California State Affiliate of the Music Teachers National Association (MTNA). CAPMT is a 501(c)(3) non-profit music teachers organization of over 1,000 members, teaching in independent studios, private and public schools, conservatories, colleges, and universities throughout California.
CAPMT offers a variety of state programs for the music student and education and professional opportunities for its members. California is divided into nine geographical districts, some of which are subdivided into chapters. The districts and chapters provide local opportunities for student performances, competitions, evaluations, and for teacher enrichment, education, and interaction.
The College Music Society promotes music teaching and learning, musical creativity and expression, research and dialogue, and diversity and interdisciplinary interaction. A consortium of college, conservatory, university, and independent musicians and scholars interested in all disciplines of music, the Society provides leadership and serves as an agent of change by addressing concerns facing music in higher education.