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Piano Lessons for Kids, Orlando

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Are you looking for convenient, local piano lessons in North Orlando?

Piano Lessons Near Me -  Conveniently situated right off Maitland Blvd, West of I-4.

 

Outstanding Instruction -  Mrs. Amy has been teaching piano for over 10 years and holds both undergraduate and graduate degrees in music from FSU.  She has researched and practices the latest pedagogical research for piano students, and combines this knowledge with a fun and upbeat approach to music making.

 

Student Focus - Amy's Piano Studio's number one focus is the students.  Amy offers an opportunity to compete in the Royal Conservatory's Music Development Program for those students wishing to take their studies more seriously.  She is also happy to explore other genres of music such as jazz, pop, and worship/church music to broaden student's musical appreciation. 

 

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About Amy

     Amy’s passion for the piano began at the young age of 7 years old, and expanded to include the organ once in college. Originally from West Palm Beach, Florida, Amy McCutchen completed her Masters degree in Organ Performance with a specialization in Piano Pedagogy under Dr. Diana Dumlavwalla from Florida State University. Her undergraduate degrees are in Piano Performance and Organ Performance from FSU as well, studying with Dr. Heidi-Louise Williams and Dr. Iain Quinn, respectively.

        Amy has participated in numerous festivals and conventions for organ and piano both nationally and internationally, most recently including the International Organ Festival in Haarlem, Netherlands in July 2018.  She is also a member of MTNA, AGO, and is Level 1 Orff-Schulwerk certified.  Amy taught students all throughout her collegiate career in Tallahassee and now has built a thriving piano studio in the Orlando-Maitland area.  When she isn’t practicing, performing, or teaching, Amy loves spending time with her family and two goldendoodles.

 

Are you interested in more information? 

Or an introductory lesson (at no charge!)?

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