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Mai Mizuno is a dedicated musician teaching private lessons online and in the Dallas area.
University of North Texas
Doctoral Degree Candidate
Indiana University - Jacobs School of Music
Master of Music: Piano Perfomance
Bachelor of Music: Piano Perfomance
Mai Mizuno

Mai Mizuno began piano lessons when she was just 4 years old. She received her Bachelor and Master of Music degrees from Indiana University's Jacobs School of Music, and is currently pursuing her doctorate at University of North Texas under Gold Medalist of the prestigious Van Cliburn Competition, Vladimir Viardo. Mai has appeared in venues throughout the world, from Kennedy Center's Millennium Stage in Washington, D.C., to Miyama Conseru in Japan. Her performance of the Saint-Saens' Second Piano Concerto with the Eastern Music Festival orchestra was praised for "dominat[ing] the music from the start, with a strong technique and unflagging energy" (Classical Voice of North Carolina). She has received many awards in competitions, including the Eastern Music Festival Solo and Concerto Competitions, Carmel Society Piano Competition, MTAC Solo and Concerto Piano Competitions, among others.

Mai has experience teaching music to students of a wide range of ages and skill levels. While at Indiana University, she was an Associate Instructor for two years, teaching university-level piano classes as well as private lessons for music and non-music majors. Mai has taught many pre-college students as well, ranging from age four up through high school.

Mai's goal is not only to show her students that making music is fun, but also to help them discover that working hard towards a goal can be enjoyable and well worthwhile. Through dedication, students can achieve far more than simply playing the correct notes with the correct timing; that's where the real fun of music making starts! Mai has a very friendly personality and always strives to put herself in her students' shoes to make them feel as comfortable and confident as possible.

Mai believes that a great teacher also needs to be a great performer. As an active performer and a doctoral candidate in piano performance, she can teach from the perspectives of both a musician and a student. Having studied with teachers from the United States, Japan, Belgium, France, and Russia, she also enjoys using a variety of approaches to piano playing.

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