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.
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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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