Master's Degree: Piano Performance, Bachelors Degree: Piano Performance
Ben Rosenblatt began studying music at the age of 10 after falling in love with the music from Phantom of the Opera. He earned his bachelor's degree in Piano Performance from Gonzaga University in 2010 while studying with Greg Presley, and earned his master's degree in Piano Performance from Western Washington University in 2015 while studying with Jeff Gilliam. Ben enjoys teaching even more than he enjoys performing, and he has over 10 years of experience teaching students of all ages. Ben currently teaches lessons in Skagit and Whatcom Counties
Bachelors Degree: Piano Performance
Jaemee Kim is a pianist and teacher and earned her Bachelor of Music degree in Piano Performance from Western Washington University. Jaemee has been a featured pianist at music festivals and was a finalist at the WWU Concerto Competition. Since 2010, aside from performing, Jaemee has developed a wide range of teaching skills through her interactions with students. As a music instructor, Jaemee hopes to inspire students to find joy in learning music as well as in sharing music with others. She prioritizes understanding each of her individual students' ways of learning and to spark their creativity as music makers. Jaemee teaches in Skagit County.
Nationally Certified Piano Teacher:
Music Teachers National Association
Joanna Zagelow’s piano career started when she was only five years old. In 1996 she opened her own piano studio with great success and became a full time piano teacher. Joanna has always had a dedication to being the best teacher she can be and in 2008 she received the honor of becoming state and nationally certified with the Music Teachers National Association. Joanna has studied with Linda Wilson, Shirley Haley, and Nancy Wilson. Joanna is an active member of the Skagit Valley chapter of the Music Teacher Association. Joanna teaches in Skagit and Whatcom Counties.
Bachelors Degree (Graduating 2021): Piano Performance
Eva Sauvé is a classically trained pianist who started playing at age 9 and has studied piano performance at Western Washington University. Eva enjoys playing the works of Bach, Beethoven, and Debussy, and loves collaborating with string players and vocalists. Eva teaches students of all ages how to play with ease and expression. She strives to make each lesson positive and fun, and ultimately wants her students to be able to play music they’re passionate about. Eva has studied with Milica Jelaca-Jovanovic, Jeffrey Gilliam, and Kay Zavislak. Eva currently teaches lessons in Bellingham and online.