Elizabeth Borowsky's enthusiasm for music and people is clearly visible both on and off the concert stage. She passionately shares her experience through lessons, masterclasses, workshops, and presentations at schools and community centers. Ms. Borowsky has taught at Indiana University, Morgan State University, and Towson University and has presented masterclasses in the USA and Lithuania, Germany, Cuba, Japan, Poland, and Germany. As a Music Teachers National Association "Nationally Certified Teacher of Music" (NCTM) , she has earned a reputation as an outstanding teacher for young pianists. Her students have garnered awards and honors at festivals and competitions. She is founder and director of Piano Prodigies LLC, a comprehensive approach to private piano instruction that balances the artistic, technical, and personal development of each student. She is frequently invited as an adjudicator of regional and national competitions. Each summer she teaches piano and chamber music at the Intermuse International Music Institute and Festival USA.
"I find teaching to be among the most wonderfully energizing activities that exist, and I find it a privilege to nurture a life-long love of learning music in each of my students. I take great pride in being able to captivate the enthusiasm of my students and assist them in their musical development. The ability to quickly gain insight into a student's personality and adjust your teaching style to a student's personal learning style, goals, and personality is imperative in a successful teacher-student relationship, and I consider this one of my greatest strengths. With many years of performance and teaching experience, I am able to effectively teach students of all ages and levels. I was fortunate to work with great teachers and renowned pianists, and wish to share the knowledge, enthusiasm, and dedication they gave to me." -Elizabeth Borowsky, NCTM
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