Instructors are all from the Juilliard School, the New York Conservatory of Music and other world-renowned music schools. We focus on basic music literacy training and contribute to helping young musicians enter the professional artistic palace.
Nan-Cheng holds a B.M. and M.M. from The Juilliard School, and is enrolled as a doctoral candidate at CUNY Graduate Center. His performance was recently described as “personable and smile- inducing” and “fine playing” by Washington Post and “Beautiful Tone” by New York Concert Reviews. He is currently the Executive Director of New Asia CMS and is on the roster of CME Artists.
Dr. McKay has over 12 years of experience teaching piano through his private studio, and currently teaches piano, music theory, music history, and research methods at SUNY New Paltz. He has given guest lectures, masterclasses, and workshops at institutions such as the Berklee College of Music, Denison University, the Queensland Conservatorium, and the Denver School of the Arts.
Equally dedicated to studying the music of our time, he recently published his first book A Semiotic Approach to Open Notations: Ambiguity as Opportunity (Cambridge University Press).
She has taught music for almost a decade starting with the Music Pedagogy course at her performing arts high school and has speci cally taught the guitar for five years privately and to students at the Orpheus Academy. She is currently an instructor at the New Jersey City University Community Music School, focusing on childhood music education.