|Area of Expertise||Zip Code|
|Aller, Amy Lynn||Pianoemail@example.com||16801|
|Albertson, Peggy||Piano, Voice, Music Edfirstname.lastname@example.org||16827|
|Bachman, Wendy||Piano, Theory, Music Dev. Program Examsemail@example.com||16827|
|Bassett, Paula NCTM||Pianofirstname.lastname@example.org||16801|
|Dexter, Jonathan Gage||Cello, Chamber email@example.com||16801|
|Duermyer, Michael||Pedagogy, Music Therapy, Jazz, and Pianofirstname.lastname@example.org||16648|
|Feldman, Joanne M.||Violin, Violaemail@example.com||16801|
|Guzman, Christopher||Piano, Accompanyingfirstname.lastname@example.org||16802|
|Hildebrandt, Anne-Marie||Piano, Voice, Theory,
Celtic Harp, Improvisation,
|Hoffman, Linda NCTM||Pianoemail@example.com||16823|
|Kelly, Heather M.||Pianofirstname.lastname@example.org||16801|
|Lindsey, Diane C.
|Liu, Qing||Piano, Compositionemail@example.com||16801|
|Lloyd, Patricia NCTM||Piano, Organ, Music Edfirstname.lastname@example.org||16803|
|Mendez, Jose Ramon||Pianoemail@example.com||16827|
|Michael, Sangeetha N.||Pianofirstname.lastname@example.org||17837|
|Moore, Judy||Flute,Guitar, Pianoemail@example.com||16803|
|Ohmoto, Koya NCTM||Pianofirstname.lastname@example.org||16803|
|Petrosky, Victoria||Piano, Theory, Accompanyingemail@example.com||16827|
|Sloane, Aimee||Violin, Violafirstname.lastname@example.org||16803|
|Smith, Steven H. NCTM||Pianoemail@example.com||16801|
|Smith, Theresa||Voice, Pianofirstname.lastname@example.org||16801|
|Vogt, Sue||Piano, Choral/Music Edemail@example.com||16828|
|Wang, Agatha||Flute, Pianofirstname.lastname@example.org||16803|
|Webb, Elizabeth K.||Piano, Voice, Music Edemail@example.com||16823|
|Yang, Joanne Shihhua||Piano, Chamber Music, Accompanyingfirstname.lastname@example.org||16803|
Basic Education: Brevard Music Center Summer Camp Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance from University of North Carolina, Greensboro; Graduate study in piano at Florida State University; Master of Music degree in Piano Performance and Pedagogy from State University of New York, Potsdam at Crane School of Music; K-12 General Music Certification from Crane School of Music; Suzuki teacher training workshops Books 1-7.
Experience: Taught K-8 Music in Muncy,Illinois; Piano lab with Dallas Independent School District,SUNY Potsdam Campus School Piano Lab Private piano teacher for over 45 years; Suzuki piano teacher for 38 years; performed with trios, concerts with Governor's School of North Carolina, Baroque ensembles in New York State towns,Montreal,New York City, State College Suzuki Program tour accompanist in Switzerland/Italy. Performed with local State College musicians. Have taught a full piano studio in State College for 23 years, both traditional and Suzuki
My background includes studying at 3 different universities and getting a Masters in Music Ed. from Penn State. I teach all levels of piano having taught pre-school music at the Music Academy, piano instruction at Juniata College and piano classes at State College High School. I continue to teach privately and lessons include weekly computer activities, monthly group lessons with group activities, and several recitals through out the school year including CPMTA recitals, Dorothy Sutton Festival, and National Guild Auditions.
I take students from the beginning level through the intermediate level and have one spring recital for all the students. Family members who are musical are welcome to perform with the students in the recital. Serious students are also invited to participate in the February CPMTA recital.
Y. Koya Ohmoto
I have a B.A.F. in piano performance and music Ed (Hokkaido Gakugei University, Japan) and an M.F.A. in music (Penn State University). I have given recitals solo and ensemble work in Japan, Canada and in the State College area as well as seeking out professional development opportunities throughout the country (e.g. Teachers program at the TCU/Cliburn Piano Institute since 1998). I have taught piano for over 35 years in State College to students of all ages and levels, from 6 yrs old to graduate students and to retirees. I teach my students how to read music, to master the techniques of playing, to play with heart, to enjoy music, and to be disciplined. My motto has been to grow together with each student.
Victoria Petrosky (piano, music theory, solfege, accompaniment)
Victoria Petrosky (piano, music theory, solfege, accompaniment) was trained as a child at The Moscow Children's Music School #36, with her beloved piano teacher who was a student of Vladimir Sofronitsky. Victoria is a graduate of the College of Music of the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory , with a B.A. in music theory, and of Gnessin's Russian Academy of Music in Moscow, where she obtained a Master 's degree in music theory and piano pedagogy. At the Gnessin Academy Victoria studied piano performance with Galina Turkina (of the famed Turkiny piano duo). Victoria has been teaching for over twenty years, first at the Moscow Children's Music School and later at the Main Line Music Academy near Philadelphia and the Music Academy in State College. She has been active as an accompanist, including the Bolshoi Theater Choreography College in Moscow, and church and concert choirs in State College. Victoria teaches piano to students of all ages and levels.
Steven Herbert Smith recently retired as professor emeritus from the Penn State piano faculty. He has performed in recitals, master classes, lecture recitals, concertos and chamber music throughout the world. Locally he has appeared frequently as soloist with the Nittany Valley Symphony (including a performance forthcoming in March 2017) as well as in recitals at PSU. He was president of the Pennsylvania Music Teachers Association (PMTA) for 2013-2015, and his PSU students were frequent prizewinners in MTNA/PMTA competitions and national competitions of the American Matthay Association, as well as Penn State events.
I have taught beginning and intermediate level piano students of all ages for over 25 years in State College. My goal for my music students is for them to build a foundation of skills, knowledge, habits, attitudes and artistry that they will use in music-making now and for the rest of their lives. All students are taught through a variety of activities such as private lessons, ensembles, written activities, informal performances, group lessons and recitals. I have experience and a special interest in teaching students with various developmental and learning issues. I am a pediatric nurse currently working in public schools and pediatric home care settings.