Abbey Owens
24 Hillside Ave, Upper Saddle River NJ, 07458
Instruments: Ear Training, Musicology, Piano, Theory
Styles: Classical
Levels: Advanced
Experience: 20 years
Rate: $60 / hr
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Personal Statement
I have now been teaching for nearly 20 years to children, teens and adults, beginners to advanced.
Since each student comes to the studio with a variety of musical goals; enjoyment, school musical activities, college prep., repertoire, competitions, etc. my teaching approach then, is strictly tailored to the students needs, there is no “Method” used. The studio offers lessons in piano, theory, harmony, counterpoint, sight-reading, ear training, performance, music history. My objective is not primarily to develop concert artist or composers but to encourage and enable a musical passion and appreciation in each and every student.

I am located in Upper Saddle River, New Jersey. I teach at my studio only.

I am a member of: Location:
Pompton Valley MTA 24 Hillside Ave.
Music Teachers National Assoc. Upper Saddle River, NJ 07458
New Jersey MTA Phone: (201) 327-9135
The Leschetizky Assoc.
Professional Music Teachers Guild
American College of Musicians


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