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Do you believe in inspiring a love for music in younger generations? We do too. That’s why our piano pedagogy program focuses on advancing your musical abilities while also strengthening understanding of how people learn so you can be an effective piano instructor.
Piano pedagogy classes at Goshen College will help you develop effective plans of study for elementary and intermediate skill levels and prepare you to select the best available teaching materials. Courses in advanced piano literature will deepen your expertise to benefit future students. A distinctive of our program is that you will learn through practical experiences as you observe and teach in the Community School of the Arts, located in the college’s world-class Music Center.
Henry Stewart graduated from Goshen College in 2014 with a music and biochemistry double major. As a student, he was known for playing the accordion, writing award-winning music compositions and as an academic star.
Maddie Ruth graduated in 2014 with a psychology major and music minor. She was a member of the tennis team, wrote for the campus newspaper, The Record, played violin in the GC symphony orchestra and sang in chamber ensembles.