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Piano, Composition, Improvisation & Musicianship

A unique, creative and fun approach combining classical,
jazz and world music for todayís eclectic musician

Seattle composer/pianist with international career is now
accepting private students of all ages in the following areas:

Come play on a Steinway grand and develop your skills in a
state of the art multiple keyboard studio with Fulbright scholar and
former Visiting Professor of Music at the Cornish College of the Arts.



CREATIVE KIDS and adults too.......

Mozart wrote his first symphony at the age of 8; Stevie Wonder recorded his first hit at the age of 13!. What can you create? Donít waste time wondering. Take the first step to unlock your imagination.....

In addition to private lessons in piano, composition, and musicianship the BEYOND BOUNDARIES MUSIC STUDIO now offers a special program for kids aged 8 and up, and adults as well, combining improvisation, composition and introduction to midi. No prior study of music is needed, just the desire to explore your own creativity and see what can happen! You can compose for piano, drum ensemble, jazz trio, string quartet and even orchestra using state of the art technology. Leave your lesson with a sample of your own music- the score of your original composition and cd which you can you can play at home for friends and family. Youíll be amazed at what YOU can do! More experienced musicians are also welcome.

The BEYOND BOUNDARIES MUSIC STUDIO is directed by Amy Rubin, who began performing, improvising and composing at the age of 7. Amy has been an educational consultant for the Seattle Symphony, the New Jersey Symphony, a Visiting Professor at the Cornish College of the Arts, a Senior Fulbright Scholar in Ghana, a Lecturer at the European Mozart Academy in Poland, the Director of the Music Program at Fairleigh Dickinson University, Director of Musicianship at SUNY at Stony Brook and a Master Teacher for Lincoln Center.

As composer/performer she has been the recipient of the Washington State Artist Trust Award, the King County Special Projects Award, as well as grants from the National Endowment, the Mid Atlantic Foundation, the New York Council of the Arts, and the World Music Institute among others.