Today we want to introduce you one of our new piano teacher, Caterina Toso!
She will start with us from September but she will be available for the trial sessions from June.
She is an amazing pianist from Italy and she will teach piano to all levels, starting from the youngest children with the Suzuki Method (but not only that!).
Read more about her amazing music CV:
Caterina has been playing the piano for more than twenty years. She graduated in piano
with highest grades and honours at the Conservatorio “A. Vivaldi” of Alessandria (Italy). Here she also obtained a Master Degree in Piano Performance with highest grades and honours at the age of 22. During her studies she took part to many national and international competitions where she placed in the top three positions and in 2010 she was chosen to be part of the “Study Abroad” project which allowed her to attend “Hugh Hodgson School of Music” (Georgia University – Athens, GA, USA).
Following the professional path she had the chance to study with important pianists (such as
Bruno Canino, Pascal Rogé, Benedetto Lupo, Folke Greasbeck, …) and to perform both as a soloist and in ensemble formations in several cities in the north of Italy, France and Rome in Parco della Musica. In 2016 she perfected her skills with M° Roberto Plano at the “Accademia Musicale Varesina” (Varese – Italy).
Caterina has been teaching the piano for almost ten years, both to children and adults. In order to deliver a natural and entertaining teaching style she became a certified teacher in Suzuki and Willems method. She has also explored Gordon’s Music Learning Theory through workshops held at Highbury Park Music.
In 2018 she collaborated on a very unique project called “AMI” (Inclusive Music Activity) that helps people with physical and mental disabilities express and connect playing in small orchestras.