I am always amazed at how many people tell me they wish they had taken piano lessons or that they had never quit taking lessons. Playing this beautiful instrument takes time, patience, determination, and the right teacher. It is worth the effort! I wish you well on your journey of piano discovery.
Luther College in Decorah, Iowa. Her teachers there included Dr. John Strauss and Dr. Jessica Paul. grew up in Eagan, Minnesota. She completed her early piano studies at MacPhail Center for the Arts in Minneapolis, and earned her B.A. in Music; Piano Performance, cum laude, from
Ms. Grossmann is an experienced teacher with an emphasis on creating a positive learning environment for each student, and has taught piano to all ages and levels of students in a variety of settings. She often teaches independently at home or as adjunct faculty. She recently moved to League City, Texas.
Natalie Grossmann achieved her Nationally Certified status, (NCTM) in 1994. She is an active performer, particularly in collaboration with singers, choirs, and string players. She has taught students (majors and minors) in piano at college, and filled positions such as Substitute Accompanist for Grand Rapids Opera in Michigan and Guest Artist in Accompanying forValparaiso Universityin Indiana.
She has a desire to improve the enjoyment and quality of piano study for all students and teachers, and helps accomplish this through her work in teacher associations. Some of her roles in this capacity have been; Judge, President, Secretary, Newsletter Editor, Student Testing Chairperson, Festival Chairperson, and Guest Presenter.
In addition to her musical endeavors, Natalie Grossmann enjoys caring for her family and engaging in activities such as swimming, reading, and crochet.