Pamela Fusselman

Pamela F.

Omaha, NE
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Pamela delivers an exceptional lesson experience and ranks in the top 15% of our teachers nationwide.
Teaches students:
and Ages 4+

Teaching since:

I have spent a good part of my life sharing my love of music and the piano with students. I believe the Suzuki approach is the most natural way to learn music. You are never too old, and rarely too young to benefit from this method, which focuses on a nurturing and musically stimulating environment.

My specialty in Suzuki lessons offers a parent opportunity to learn about music and watch the child grown in poise, confidence and talent through the study of piano. Parent, teacher and child work together, sharing a delight in music and a respect for everyone's role and abilities. Students and families will be part of a larger music community through my membership in MTNA, NMTA and SAA. Register today so we can start working together.

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Private Piano Instructor
Jun 1980 - Present
Omaha Piano Basics

Individual , team and online lessons. I have served as church musician and accompanist for festivals in the past. Directed/produced two 5-Piano Concerts in the past 10 years and coached students to participate in the Ten Piano Concerts in both Sacramento and Matsumoto, Japan.

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BFAE, Piano Major
Sep 1972 - Dec 1975
Wayne State College


Levels 1-5
Jul 1990
Suzuki Association of the Americas

SAA teacher training in the 1980's, then study with Dr. Haruko Kataoka (author/founder of Suzuki Piano School). Education continues as long as I am active.


Suzuki Association of the Americas
Jun 1984

The Suzuki Association of the Americas (SAA) is a coalition of teachers, parents, educators, and others who are interested in making music education available to all children. The SAA provides programs and services to members throughout North and South America.

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Music Teachers National Association
Jun 1984

The MTNA was founded in 1876 with the goal of advancing the value of music study and music-making to society while supporting the careers and professionalism of teachers of music. With nearly 22,000 members in 50 states—and more than 500 local affiliates—the MTNA is the preeminent source for music teacher support, where members embody like-minded values and commitment to their students, colleagues and society as a whole, while reaping the rewards of collaboration, continuity and connection throughout the lifetime of their careers.

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Photos & Videos

Our work is done on my two grand pianos to give students the best piano experience at lessons.

Here is one of these students at  4 years old, one of his first recitals :-)
Chopin Nocturne from same concert.
The Beethoven Ecossaise from a Five Piano concert that I produced and directed in 2008.
Team lessons!

I did it!


3 Reviews

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Brandon Aug 31, 2017
Piano · In studio

She is an amazing teacher and she really helps you read and feel music instead of just reading the notes. :)

Erin Aug 23, 2017
Piano · In studio

Mrs. Fusselman has taught all 4 of my children and we couldn't be happier. They are learning with the Suzuki method, but are excellent music readers because of the emphasis she also puts on flashcards and note reading.
Can't recommend her enough!

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Diana Aug 19, 2017
Piano · Online

Doing online Suzuki piano lessons with Pamela has been fantastic--so much better than I had imagined it could be. Pamela is very kind, encouraging, and inspiring as she interacts with my children. The online lessons have worked just fine, really I do feel like we get almost the exact same quality as we would if the lessons were in-person. I really wanted a Suzuki teacher, as I am committed to the method, but the nearest teacher is a 45 minute drive for us, so having lessons online has been a perfect fit for our family.

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