Course Detail: CAA105HT - Private Music Instruction: Piano (Hamilton Tescarollo)
Hamilton Tescarollo is Professor of Piano and Director of Keyboard Studies at Purdue Fort Wayne. In this capacity, he teaches applied piano and piano-related courses, and coordinates the piano and organ areas in the Purdue Fort Wayne School of Music. Through CAA, he works with both promising young pianists and advanced musicians seeking further study as a non-degree option. He also has taught at the Saarburg International Music Festival in Germany and has presented master classes throughout the US and abroad.
Dr. Tescarollo's work as a teacher has been recognized with the "Teacher of the Year" from the Indiana Music Teachers Association. His students have garnered many prizes at prestigious piano contests such as the Music Teachers National Association Competitions, the Phoenix Symphony Concerto Competition and the Indianapolis Symphony Young Musicians Competition. They have been awarded scholarships to top national and international summer programs and have gained admission into top degree programs in the country.
Dr. Tescarollo holds piano performance degrees from Arizona State University (DMA and master's), Santa Marcelina College (undergraduate),and the São Paulo Municipal School of Music (diploma). His teachers include pianists Gilberto Tinetti, Caio Pagano, and Robert Hamilton.
|45-minute lessons||$45 per lesson|
|60-minute lessons||$60 per lesson |
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