Course Detail: CAA105CF - Private Music Instruction: Piano (Christine Freeman)
Christine Freeman has been a music teacher and collaborative pianist for students and faculty in the Fort Wayne and Los Angeles areas for over 40 years. She received her B.A. in music from California State University at Northridge where she studied with artist-in-residence Jakob Gimpel and Françoise Regnat. Ms. Freeman worked as a collaborative pianist at CSUN, primarily in the cello masterclasses of Peter Rejto and Jeffrey Solow (pupil of Gregor Piatigorsky), and was coached in chamber music by several artists including Erick Friedmann (pupil of Jascha Heifetz), Endre Granat (pupil of Jascha Heifetz) and Nathaniel Rosen (pupil of Gregor PIatigorsky). She received her M.M. degree in piano performance from Butler University where she studied with artist-in-residence Panayis Lyras.
Ms. Freeman has been on the music piano/theory faculty at Purdue Fort Wayne since 2001, and is currently teaching applied piano. She also teaches non-degree students through the Community Arts Academy at Purdue Fort Wayne and coordinates the piano recitals for CAA. She is a member and past president of Northeast Indiana Music Teachers Association, a member and adjudicator for the American College of Piano Teachers (Guild), and a member of Indiana Music Teachers Association and Music Teachers National Association.
30 minutes: $30
45 minutes: $40
60 minutes: $50
New students: Contact Christine for scheduling
Christine Freeman: email@example.com / 260-385-5522
Returning students: please sign up for additional lessons below.
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