Lucy Clevenger received her Bachelor Degree from the State Music College in Kiev, Ukraine, where she studied music theory, history, teaching methods and piano performance. After graduating with honors, Lucy was accepted into the State Music Conservatory in Kiev, where she continued her studies and earned a Master of Fine Arts degree in 1988. Lucy utilizes traditional Russian methods of piano instruction with emphasis on music theory, sight reading, ear training and development of technical skills. She is an active member of OMTA.
Students are expected to arrive at the lesson prepared. Suggested minimum practice time is 15 minutes per day for elementary level, 30 minutes for intermediate level, and 45 minutes for advanced level.
Parental involvement is vital, particularly for younger students. It is the parentís responsibility to set the practice time, monitor student progress, and make sure the student is prepared for each lesson.
Panel Presentation on Creative Ways to Teach Music featuring Ron Sticka, Nick Reiser, and Paul Safar
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