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Carmen Marino Austin, Texas
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Name:   Carmen Marino
Phone:   (512) 891-5323
Email:   THE_NEW_ME_13@yahoo.com
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Last Update:    2011-09-13 16:10:45
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I have a master's degree in piano performing and pedagogy from the college of music, Bucharest, Romania.

My piano teachers were Florica Musicescu's pupils, the teacher of legendary pianist Dinu Lipatti.

I taught piano at the school of music is Bucharest for 11 years. In parallel I played piano in many recitals both solo and in duos and, in addition, I made recordings for Romanian radio and TV stations.

The next 11 years I taught piano at the conservatory Kfar Saba, Israel.

At that time I also worked as an accompanist to other performers (violin, clarinet, canto).

In Austin I taught piano at International School of Austin and Oakmont School for six years.

In addition, recently I have worked with students to understand concepts connecting music and wider topics such as, "Classical music and national flavor music in American and Foreign films", "Opera music from famous films" , and "Parallels between Mozart and Chopin".

During these years, I continued my professional development, participating in master classes and teacher's programs such as the TCU/Van Cliburn Institute in Ft. Worth.

I teach at my home or at the student's home, preferably central or south-west Austin.

My method is the traditional one taught in New York, Paris and Tel Aviv.

I teach piano together with basics of theory, harmony, and history of music.

My goal is to make the student understand and love the music language, to develop good mechanical skills, concentration, imagination and personality.

I teach students starting at age six to adults.

I recommend 30 minutes twice a week for beginners, one hour for intermediate and two hours for advanced students.

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