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Nancy Elton has received critical acclaim for her performances as a solo recitalist, concerto soloist and chamber musician throughout the Southeast and many areas of the U.S. Hailed as "...an artist capable of amazing fire and brilliance as well as being possessed of the most graceful sensitivity and delicacy...a dazzling pianist to say the very least", (The State and Columbia Record), she is a highly sought teacher and performer in the Atlanta area where many of her award winning students have gone on to major in piano and have successful careers. Dr. Elton has taught on the music faculties at the University of West Georgia, Georgia State University, and Clayton State College. She currently maintains a private piano studio in Atlanta.

Dr. Elton received the Bachelor of Music Degree from the University of South Carolina, and her Master's and Doctorate of Musical Arts Degrees from the University of Texas in both piano and vocal performance. Her primary piano teachers have been John Kenneth Adams, John Perry and Frank Mannheimer. A versatile performer, she has fashioned a dual career in both performance areas.

Nancy has been the recipient of numerous awards, scholarships and honors, some of which include the Music Achievement Award presented by the University of South Carolina, top honors in the Collegiate Young Artist Award sponsored by MTNA, and most recent the Georgia Teacher of the Year Award from the Georgia Music Teachers Association in 2005.

For more information see Dr. Elton's web-site: www.atlanta-piano-teacher.com

 
Studio Location
3220 Rockingham Drive NW
Atlanta, GA 30327
 
Phone
(678) 296-0709
 
 
Website
atlanta-piano-teacher.com