Have you ever aspired to become a music teacher with your own studio? Learn the keys to success during a free master class at NSU, hosted by the Ars Flores Symphony Orchestra and the Farquhar College of Arts and Sciences.
“Hitting a High Note with the Private Studio”
A Free Master Class Led by Elizabeth Borowsky
Monday, Feb. 17
Performing and Visual Arts Wing, Room 309 | Don Taft University Center
This class will cover basic topics such as where to teach, the materials you’ll need, how much you should charge, and even how to save for retirement. Learn concrete ideas on how to make your practice/studio stand out and how to deliver long-term satisfaction to both you and your students. As will be discussed, the entrepreneurial teacher can develop a market for lessons anywhere, earn a competitive salary, and foster a love of music in future generations.
About the Teacher
Elizabeth Borowsky enjoys a versatile musical career as a solo and collaborative pianist, educator, composer, and recording artist. She has taught at Indiana University, Morgan State University, Towson University, and the Maryland Conservatory of Music. Borowsky currently serves as executive director of the International Music Institute and Festival USA, an intensive summer program for outstanding young musicians. In 2007, she founded Piano Prodigies, LLC. Her students have garnered awards and honors at local, national, and international festivals and competitions. In her studio, Borowsky focuses not only on developing her students’ talents, but also making music a central part of their lives.
This master class is free, and all are welcome to attend. However, space is limited and seating is on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information, contact Bill Adams, D.M.A., associate professor and coordinator of performing arts at the Farquhar College of Arts and Sciences, at (954) 262-8025.