Ms. Corredor runs a piano studio in the Cincinnati area, teaching different methods to a variety of students from age four to adult; including seniors and special needs students.
Private Studio Information:
M.M. Butler University
Artist Diploma - CCM
Eliana Corredor has performed solo, duo piano, and chamber music recitals in Indianapolis, Cincinnati, and in the major cities of her native country of Venezuela. She holds a Master of Music in Piano Performance from Butler University, an Artist Diploma from University of Cincinnati’s College Conservatory of Music, and has completed extensive study of Suzuki piano pedagogy with Rita Hauck. Her teachers have included Arnaldo Pizzolante, Panayis Lyras, and Eugene and Elizabeth Pridonoff.
In addition to the extensive studies she has done on her primary instrument, Ms. Corredor has also received training to teach the researched-based program Music Together. Music Together is an international early childhood music and movement program for children ages 0 through 7. Music Together uses a music curriculum that strongly emphasizes and facilitates adult involvement to teach music to young children and their caregivers through songs, games, and body movement. Eliana is the director of the Music Together program at the Cincinnati Music Academy.