Yukiko Fujimura
3831 McCoy Drive Ste. 109, Cambridge Studio, Aurora IL, 60504
Instruments: Ear Training, Piano
Styles: Classical, Kids
Levels: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Experience: 10 years
Rate: $60 / hr
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Personal Statement
I have over 10 years of teaching experience both privately and at colleges. It is my goal to instill in each student the joy of performing and a life-long appreciation for music. Under my instruction students will learn the top quality technique and musicianship that will help them reach their full potential. I currently offer lessons at a brand new music school in Aurora, IL, where students have access to a variety of opportunities including summer piano camps, semi-annual studio recitals, certificate programs and competitions.
Education / Training
Doctor of Arts, Ball State University
Master of Music, Ball State University
Bachelor of Music, University of Wisconsin Eau Claire

Award winner in numerous national and international competitions

Extensive teaching experience in private and university level

Prokofiev Concerto No. 1


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