Julie Ann Neuberger, a double masters and classically trained piano and vocal instructor, is the director and founder of The Scottsdale Studio of Music, a music school offering lessons in classically focused instruments. Julie Ann's goal for The Scottsdale Studio of Music is to offer a musically rich and inspiring environment in which learning and creativity can flourish. The music teaching philosophy of the studio is to keep music lessons fun and engaging while giving students an excellent foundation of the music essentials: music reading, rhythmic control, technique, musicianship, and performance skill. WIth these essential music tools, a classically trained music student can capably branch out into any form of music.In addition to piano and voice, quality private instruction will be available in many different instruments, including violin, cello, flute, and acoustic guitar, beginning December 1st. The studio teachers seek to inspire musicians of any age and level to reach their fullest musical potential. The music instructors at the studio teach through a flexible perspective, modifying her approach according to the student's learning style and musical goals. Julie Ann Neuberger, who has over ten years of teaching experience, earned a Certificate of Graduate Studies in Piano Performance and a Master of Music in Piano Pedagogy from University of South Carolina. She also graduated magna cum laude from Gordon College with a Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance. During her graduate studies in South Carolina, Ms. Neuberger served as a piano faculty member of the University of South Carolina Community Music Program and taught for her private piano studio. Ms. Neuberger has performed as the pianist in several chamber groups, as well as in solo piano recitals in South Carolina, Massachusetts, and Maryland. She has served as a piano adjudicator for several piano festivals associated with the Music Teacher's National Association and a masterclass clinician for several events. Ms. Neuberger has lived in the Valley for the past four years and currently resides in Scottsdale. Ms. Neuberger is a member of the National Association of Piano Guild, the Music Teacher's National Association, Arizona State Music Teacher's Association, the Phoenix Music Teacher's Association, and the East Valley Music Teacher's Association. These professional memberships allow Ms. Neuberge's students to compete and participate in motivating and skill-building competitions, festivals, and other music events.
EVMTA (East Valley Music Teachers' Association), PMTA (Phoenix Music Teachers' Association), ASMTA (Arizona State Music Teachers' Association)