About

Amy holds both Master of Music (2005) and Bachelor of Music (2003) degrees in Piano Performance from Bob Jones University in Greenville, SC. Post grad-school, Amy has continued her piano study with Brenna Berman, (Certified Master Teacher of the Taubman Approach and Associate Faculty with the Golandsky Institute – June 2019 to present) and Kenneth Thompson, (Executive Director of the Musical Arts Center of San Antonio – 2007 through 2011).

Her study of piano has also included the following teachers: Mary Therese Soper (Pennsylvania), Benjamin Whitten (Pennsylvania), Anne Morton (South Carolina), and David Lehman (South Carolina).

Amy has been teaching piano since she started graduate school in 2003. She currently teaches all ages and levels but specializes with school-age children, intermediate-level and beyond.

Currently, Amy is a member of the following musical organizations: Music Teachers National Association (MTNA), Colorado State Music Teachers Association (CSMTA), Boulder Area Music Teachers Association (BAMTA), and Broomfield Music Teachers Association (BMTA). As of June 2009, Amy became a nationally certified piano teacher through MTNA. Amy also served as an adjunct theory and piano instructor for Northwest Vista College while living in San Antonio, Texas from August 2009 – December 2010 before moving to Colorado early 2011. Current professional roles include the following: chairperson for the Broomfield Piano Festival as well as serves on the board for  Colorado State Music Teachers Association (Representative at Large) as of the 2020-2021 school year.

Amy has had many students participate in local and state level competitions from 2014-2021 and has had numerous winners in various age groups in the following events:

Broomfield Piano Festival (local competition)

TASHCO (local competition)

Rising Stars (state level competition)

Yamaha Piano Competition (local competition)

Rocky Mountain Composition Competition (state competition)

Amy’s Passion: “It is my desire that students of any age and level develop a passion and understanding of music and piano that will benefit them now and for the rest of their lives.”