Youth Conservatory

Faculty Directory

Youth Conservatory Teachers 2014-2015

Bronze

Robyn Abrahamson

Arthur Floyd

Michael Lechner

BreAna Shaw

Jacqueline Winterton

Eliza Nelson

 

Silver

Brittany Jarman

Brittney Mattison

Lisa Richards

Sierra Summers

Shanelle Winkel

Taylor Packer

 

 

 

Gold

Mark Gubler

Lindsey Lee-Pope

Sara Mason

Ashley Weiss

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Graduate

Lauren Belliston

Brody Craney

Krystal Kunz

Lizzy Prettyman

John Price

Aubrey Moeller

Allison Ward

 

Faculty

Gary Amano, M.M., B.S., The Juilliard School – Founder, USU Piano Program Head

Emily Ezola, M.M., B.M., Utah State University – YC Program Coordinator

Luke Hancock, M.M., B.M., Utah State University – USU Piano Faculty

Brooke Hirst, M.M., B.M., Utah State University – Account Manager

Dennis Hirst, M.M., U. of Oklahoma, B.M., Bowling Green State University – Director; USU Piano Faculty

Kevin Olson, Ed. D. National-Louis Univ., M.M., B.M. Brigham Young University – USU Piano Faculty

Ewa Wilczynski, M.M. Marie Curie University, Poland – YC Theory Instructor

 

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BreAna Shaw

BreAna Shaw

Cell Phone:   208-431-7642
Faculty Status:  Bronze

Hi, my name is BreAna Shaw, and I have been playing the piano since I was 5 years old.  I had a private studio that I maintained for four years before coming to Utah State University. 


Learning to play the piano can be a great way for a person to communicate his or her thoughts and feelings.  As a teacher, I try to make my students realize that playing and performing can be fun.  Also, everyone has the potential to learn.  There are many things you can expect from me.  I will help each student to learn the different aspects of the piano, including technique, theory, aural skills, and musicality.  I strive to teach in a way that is fun and keeps it interesting for the student.  One of the things that I have enjoyed as a student from my piano teachers is their dedication and excitement they have for music, and I incorporate that into my own teaching.  The expectations I have for my students is a consistent practicing schedule and a desire to learn