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      San Angelo, TX

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Suzanne Lichtenstein
Music School

Piano & Voice Programs for 0-2, 2-5, 5-Adult
=  European-Style Suzuki Lessons  =
Reading Music + Playing by Ear + Writing Music


Suzanne Lichtenstein is a member of the Suzuki Piano Basics Foundation (SPBF), the Advisory Board for Artistry Alliance, the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS), the Music Teachers National Association (MTNA), the Texas Music Teachers Association (TMTA), and the San Angelo Music Teachers Association (SAMTA).  She is a past Board Member, Program Chair, and Festival Committee Member for the Capital Area Chapter of the PMTA in Pennsylvania.  She attends teaching conferences and continuing education quarterly with SPBF, bringing along students for master classes in around the country; annually at Penn State University (State College, PA); and biennially at the Crane School of Music (SUNY, Potsdam, NY).  Suzanne also speaks locally for the music teaching associations and private organizations on music history, theory and composition, business, and pedagogy topics.  In addition to teaching in her private studio, she teaches both live and online classes for homeschool academies on the arts, including music, visual art, poetry, and theater.  She also directs her church choir and serves as a cantor.  She is often seen onstage in piano, voice, and choral performances, and enjoys performing in musicals and operettas.  She is the founder of and choral director for the new San Angelo Choral Society.



New students are accepted any time of the year.  The curriculum is adjusted to the individual needs of each student.  Therefore, starting any time of the year is fine.


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