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Amanda Schafer

Amanda Schafer

Education

B.M in Performance - Peace College (studied with Dr. Ray Kilburn)

M. M. in Performance - Ball State University

Post-graduate studies with Dr. Robert Palmer, Dr. Milton Laufer,  Dr. Joseph DiPiazza, Walter Hautzig, and John O'Conor            

Biography  

Amanda has taught piano at the Snyder Music Academy since 2008.  She has also been on the piano faculty at Campbell University since the fall of 2004.  She is a member of the Fayetteville Piano Teachers Association, where she holds the position of Treasurer.  She is also a member of the Raleigh Piano Teachers Association, the North Carolina Music Teachers Association, and the Music Teachers National Association.  She is in demand as a master class clinician and as an adjudicator for competitions. Ms. Schafer was awarded the W. Trent Ragland Fund for International Study and Travel in 1998 to study music at the Hochschule fur Musik, "Mozarteum," in Salzburg, Austria.  In addition to her teaching curriculum, Ms. Schafer maintains a regular concert schedule.  She is particularly interested in French Impressionists and Spanish piano music.  She has a keen interest in two-piano repertoire and ensemble repertoire.  Upcoming performances include the New Music Festival, and an ensemble program featuring fellow Campbell instructor, guitarist Dr. Milen Parashkevov.

Name: Amanda Schafer
Title:  Adjunct/ piano accompanist
Department: Performing and Fine Arts
Email:
Rm: 213
Phone : 910-672-1509

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