North West

Beginner to Early Advanced, ages 6+

Bachelor of Piano Performance, Averett University

Teaching Philosophy

Piano lessons should ignite and nurture students’ innate passion for music. I believe this is best accomplished through treating each student as the individual they are. This means no two lessons look alike for me– students learn similar concepts, but in a way that is catered to their personalities, interests, strengths, and learning styles. I strive to guide each musician in the most natural way possible.

No matter the path a student takes beyond their time with me, they should gain the skillset needed to have a musical future. I want each lesson to be a positive experience for the student, and ideally, to impact them beyond our weekly meetings.


Emily Myers is a graduate student in the Piano Performance and Pedagogy program at the University of Texas at San Antonio. Emily completed her Bachelor’s in Piano Performance at Averett University in Virginia. As an undergraduate, she worked for Averett as a music tutor and campus worship leader, and as an accompanist for a local church. She also spent several summers with the piano students at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro’s Summer Music Camp.

As a student at UTSA, Emily studies piano with Dr. Kasandra Keeling and is an active part of UTSA’s Music Teachers National Association (MTNA) chapter. Away from her studies and teaching, Emily serves as a church choir director.