Piano teachers are a valuable part of our business and our community. This is a list of piano teachers that have attended one or more of our piano construction workshops as a part of their dedication to continuing education. This workshop is on the differences in piano construction and how it affects the player.
For dates and times of the next workshop or to set up a private one on one session call 480-368-8888
Piano Teacher List
Sherin Moustafa is multifaceted and accomplished pianist and instructor based out of the Phoenix metro area. Born in Egypt with Taiwanese heritage, Sherin speaks fluent Chinese and English, and is competent in Japanese, Arabic, German, Italian, and French. Her cultural background allows her to develop a worldview and an appreciation for both western and eastern music. Not surprisingly, Sherin fell in love with music at a young age because it has both the creative and serene elements that she saw in herself.
Sherin has a master’s degree in Collaborative Piano Performance and a bachelor’s degree in Music Therapy from Arizona State University. Currently residing in Tempe, Arizona, Sherin serves as the pianist at Sun Valley Community Church, collaborative pianist and co-director at Perry High School, and piano instructor at Rosie’s House Music Academy. Sherin is a versatile pianist specializing in classical, music theatre, contemporary and other popular genres, and is often invited to perform at special events because of her ability to provide a captivating performance. Her passion for music and vibrant personality not only make her a mesmerizing performer, but also an effective piano teacher.
Sherin has received awards from piano competitions and was a recipient of the Neely Music Talent Scholarship. She has also performed on numerous occasions at ASU’s Katzin Concert Hall, Organ Hall, Recital Hall, Gammage and Kerr Cultural Center and Mesa Arts Center both as a soloist and a collaborative pianist.
Under Sherin’s directions, Perry High School’s concert choir had won the Superior Award at the 2011 Heritage Festival. As a result, they were invited to perform at Carnegie Hall in New York City in March of 2012. Sherin is a proud member of East Valley Music Teacher Association (EVMTA), Arizona State Music Teacher Association (ASMTA), and Music Teacher National Association (MTNA). With an open mind and positive attitude, Sherin continues to grow and develop as a pianist and an educator.