Concert pianist and music instructor, Miss Alexandra Exeter. The former owner of Exeter Music and 3rd generation student of Claude Debussy, known for her innovative teaching techniques, prize winning students, and recognition as a respected instructor for several companies such as Schmitt Music, Taylor Robinson Music, Musika, Accent Music Lessons, and Lacefield Music.
Renowned for concert performance and holding numerous academic honors, Alexandra Exeter ran one of the largest lesson programs in the St. Louis area, and is now offering her extensive talents as an instructor to students in the Colorado area at the Main Street Piano Studio.
Education / Training
Holding an Bachelor's of Piano Performance with emphasis in Educational Psychology, Alexandra is currently continuing her education with long-term aims of Doctorate in Music.
Piano instructors to this point have included Doris Bland and Paulette Pruitt of Fairfield Illinois, Dr. Linda Perry of the SIUe Piano Department, and MTNA Certified Master Teacher, Dr. Stephanie Owen of Lebanon Illinois. Alexandra has extensive experience in advanced concert and college level repertoire, in both performance and education.
Relevant Educational History:
Dr. Stephanie Owen - Piano Performance (Post-Graduate)
Class of 2013 · Romantic Period Repertoire · French Classical Technique · Piano Performance & Pedagogy Lebanon, Illinois
Dr. Linda Perry - Piano Performance (Post-Graduate)
Class of 2012 · Classical Period Repertoire · Stylistics and Dynamic Controls · Piano Performance/Composition
SIUE Music Department
Class of 2010 · Piano Performance · Piano Pedagogy
Frontier Community College
Class of 2008 · Psychology · Music education · Piano Performance
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Shenandoah Conservatory is a performing arts community located near Washington DC with a comprehensive unit of 750 students and 120 faculty in music, theater and dance. In 2008-09, resident and visiting artists include the Audubon Quartet, pianist John O'Conor and trumpet artist Jens Lindemann.