Elizabeth Judycki music teacher

Elizabeth Judycki

TEACHER


Teaches:  Piano & Voice
Styles:  All Styles
Specializes in:  Beginner & Intermediate

To Contact Elizabeth:

  413.543.1002 - Ext 323
email: elizabethjudycki@falcettimusic.com

Musical Achievements:

Elizabeth Judycki is a recent graduate from Westfield State University. She graduated with a degree in Vocal Performance and enjoys singing all types of music. In the summer of 2017, she participated in the Vienna: Language of Lieder program in Vienna, Austria where she studied German Language and German Art Song with some of the greatest classical singers in the world. Her music theater roles include Peppermint Patty in Westfield State University's Production of Snoopy! The Musical. In January of 2019, she was the intern musical director in New York City assisting in a production meeting of a new musical. She is currently the cantor and substitute pianist at St. Cecelia's Church in Wilbraham. Elizabeth began taking piano lessons at the age of 7 here at Falcetti Music and continued until she graduated from High School in 2015. Elizabeth thoroughly enjoys listening to all types of music as well as playing them and loves to discover new music. During her time studying piano she competed in various competitions and placed 4th at the Young Artists Piano Competition. Elizabeth loves teaching and music as well. Her music taste well represents her bubbly personality.

Approach to Teaching:

My approach to teaching centers around fun. We will do a lot of technique work but I may ask the student to bring in a song that they enjoy listening to. It's important in addition to teaching the basics such as pedagogy and technique to remember to enjoy the music and to discover what it means to be musical. Sometimes we don't always remember that by just doing technique and using theory books. Students need to have fun while playing and I want to remind them of that in addition to teaching them everything they need to know to succeed in music.


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