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aged 5 to 90. I was an active accompanist and collaborative pianist, working extensively with undergraduates, graduate students, and visiting artists at UNO, collaborating for both performances and masterclasses. I also served as an adjudicator for many noncompetitive festivals in Nebraska, Iowa, and South Dakota.
I am a member of the Music Teachers National Association, Washington Music Teachers Association, Eastside Music Teachers Association and the Washington chapter of the National Federation of Music Teachers. I volunteer as a board member for the Seattle Young Artist Festival. Membership with these groups ensures that students have a wide variety of performance and education opportunities in addition to regular studio recitals.
Carole Crawford: I was introduced to the piano by Dr. John Werton, a graduate of the Julliard School of Music, at the age of 8. I continued my studies through my undergraduate work, earning a Teaching Certification through the Trinity College of Music examination program while earning a BA in Communications and Theater. I went on to earn my MA in English Literature. I earned an MM in Piano Performance in 2007 from the University of Nebraska at Omaha as a student of Dr. James Johnson.
While living in Omaha, I had a full and active studio of 45 students