Suzuki and Traditional Piano Instructor
Rebekah Booth earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Piano Performance from The University of Wisconsin, and her Master’s Degree in Piano Performance from The University of Iowa. Educated and certified in both traditional piano and all levels of Suzuki piano teaching methods, Booth is an active member of the Suzuki Association of the Americas, MTNA, ISMTA, and the National Guild of Piano Teachers (Piano Guild). Each year her students take part in opportunities to perform and sharpen their skills as complete musicians, participating in highly esteemed and rewarding festivals and competitions such as ISMTA, AIMS examinations, Piano Guild, and the Geneva Grandquist Competition. Booth’s students have gone on to further their piano studies earning scholarships to accredited college music programs throughout the U.S. Booth has participated in piano workshops for Dalcroze Eurythmics at Longy School of Music and Carnegie Mellon, the International Workshop for Piano and Strings for Performance and Pedagogy at Stavanger Konserthus, and Regaland Conservatory in Stavanger, in Norway, as well as the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama in Glasgow, Scotland. Booth’s broad piano performance experience extends to solo performances, chamber music, piano duets, piano quartets, piano trios, large ensembles and piano monster concerts.