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Background

Ms. Christ is a graduate of North Texas State University where she studied with Tong-il Han and Jean Mainous after devoting her high school years studying with Alfred Mouledous, Dallas Symphonic Pianist at Southern Methodist University. The first decade of her career was spent performing until a lucky hand accident revised her fate to turn her full energies to teaching for the last 35 years. She has been past President of Richardson Music Teachers and Composition Coordinator for the State of Texas.

Ms. Christ specializes in composition, theory, and the ability to effectively teach the elements needed for the evolving pianist. The pianist's mind is a complex computer programmer attuned to touch, sound, pulse, and the drive of emotion.

Awards

  • Whitlock Memorial Scholarship Awards for one outstanding Senior in Texas
  • Downbeat Jazz Composition Award for North America
  • Texas State Mansfield Theory Gold Medal Award
  • Numerous first prizes at the Texas State level
  • Six winners of the Lois Boyer Competition, the top senior scholarship award of RMTA
  • Numerous first prize winners in area competitions

Creativity

Music is the most sacred means to communicate your inner being. My ideology is to teach dependable discipline, understandable theory, expert reading skills, alive listening, effective technique, and most of all a channel to communicate emotion. I believe every individual has a uniqueness that never ceases to amaze me in its potential. Learning the piano is a lifetime passion for both teacher and student. I absolutely love teaching and welcome your inquiry.

 
Studio Location
Dallas, Texas
 
Phone
(214) 662-6426
 

 
Website
tamychriststudios.com