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Studio LocationPhoenix - 85028
40th St. & Cholla (Tatum/Shea area)
Phone602-996-7469
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Terri Pine-Wallace

Piano, Accompanying

Terri Pine-Wallace is an independent music teacher in the Phoenix/Scottsdale area. She holds a Bachelor's Degree in Piano Performance from the Oberlin Conservatory of Music, and a Master's Degree in Education from the Northern Arizona University. Terri Pine- Wallace has also had a multitude of experience as a performer. She has been the pianist for the Arizona Ballet, soloist with the Scottsdale Symphony playing the Grieg and Liszt concertos, and was the Entertainment Center Music Director for the Armed Services in Bamberg, Germany.

Terri founded the Arizona Chamber Players comprised of herself and musicians from the Phoenix Symphony. They give concerts throughout the Valley and state. In addition to being a performing pianist, Terri Pine-Wallace is also an accompanist and has accompanied several choirs, including the Scottsdale Chorale and the Paradise Valley Community College Choir. Along with this, Terri is available for accompanying instrumental and vocal soloists.

Terri Pine-Wallace currently has turned to composing. She encourages and helps students to develop, notate and write their own music as well.

Her belief is that children should have music in their lives and experience the joys of a one-on-one meaningful relationship with an adult who will encourage and instill the benefits of setting goals, doing one's best, achieving success, and cultivating a love of music. This will spill over into all areas of their lives, both academic and social.

The Piano Studio of Terri Pine-Wallace offers diverse teaching styles to compliment the needs of students from beginner through high school. She also accepts adult students. A myriad of teaching materials are used to provide a stimulating experience for the learner. Lessons are either 30 or 45 minutes in length. The studio also stresses incorporating the study of music theory and sight reading. The importance of sharing music with others culminates in one or two recitals each year.