I can answer general questions about playing the piano, playing technique, and piano literature.
I have played piano for over forty years. I have taught private piano. I have also played in church. I am especially interested in the piano as a music ministry. I have also written several compositions for piano.
I'm a past member of the National Guild of Piano Teachers.
Making Music Magazine Newsletter of the Illinois Country Music Association
BA, Behavioral Science, Oral Roberts University (1975) MA, McCormick Theological Seminary (1980) I have had courses in Music Appreciation, Music Theory, and in Hymnology
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To be a professional pianist, you need a teacher who will help you develop your skills. A teacher needs to be like a football coach because professional playing requires technical skill and discipline
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