Natalie received her Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance and Music Theory from Rice University Shepherd School of Music studying with Jeanne Kierman Fischer. She then obtained her Masters of Music in Solo Piano, from the University of Maryland studying with Dr. Mayron Tsong.
Performance and Teaching Experience
Natalie performed as a soloist and collaborative pianist in concert halls and private homes in Italy, Austria, China, and the United States.
She has adjudicated competitions in Hong Kong, China for the Hong Kong Schools Music and Speech Association and the Northern Virginia Music Teachers Association.
Natalie has nearly 10 years of private teaching experience and served on the faculty at the International School of Music and Colony Music Studios. She previously was a member of the American College of Musicians National Guild of Piano Teachers with students participating in their annual audition series.
Natalie joined Levine’s Piano program in 2017 teaching group piano classes.
“I enjoy being part of an inspiring community that pushes me and allows room for me to grow as a teacher and musician.”
Teaching Philosophy and Approach
I strive to teach and inspire my students to love the learning process and hope they will confidently and expertly perform, create, and appreciate music and art throughout their lives.