Teaches piano, voice, and musicianship. Former piano faculty at Joyful Noise Music School in Cleveland, Ohio. Former piano teaching assistant at Interlochen Summer Arts Camp. Experienced working with students ages 4 – 60.
Bachelor of Music, 2014, Piano Performance, Eastman School of Music.
Masters of Music, 2016, Piano Performance, Cleveland Institute of Music.
Masters of Education, 2018, Teachers College, Columbia University.
An award-winning and versatile pianist and teacher, Emma L. has performed and taught throughout North America, Europe, and Asia.
Winning her first piano competition at the age of ten in her native Taiwan, Emma is a prizewinner of multiple national and international competitions. Most recently, she performed Schumann’s Piano Concerto with the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Andrews Sill at the PianoArts North American Piano Competition. Other awards include prizes in the Williams Chorale Scholarship Competition, Harvard Musical Association Competition, and the Steinway Society of Massachusetts Piano Competition.
A dedicated piano and music teacher, she has taught private and group piano lessons for years. This past summer, she worked at the Interlochen Summer Arts Camp, where she met and worked with advanced piano students ages 8-18. In addition, she is an apprentice of the Distance Learning center at the Cleveland Institute of Music, where she is responsible for planning and conducting music lessons through innovative technology. Further musical studies include composition and conducting lessons, as well as private lessons in voice and flute.
A native of Taiwan, Emma holds degrees from the Eastman School of Music, the Cleveland Institute of Music, and Walnut Hill School for the Arts. Currently, she is working towards a New York State Teacher Certificate in Music and Bilingual Education in Teachers College of Columbia University.