Keyboard Area

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Wheaton College Conservatory of Music has a robust keyboard area, with faculty expertise in Piano, Harpsichord, and Organ, as well as a diversity of genres and applications.

Building on a long tradition of artistic and academic excellence, the keyboard program at the Wheaton College Conservatory of Music provides comprehensive, personal instruction leading to degrees in performance, pedagogy, music with elective studies emphases, music education, music composition, composition, and the liberal arts.  Our team of highly credentialled faculty are outstanding performers who are committed to teaching and mentorship and contribute to Wheaton’s distinctively Christian scholarly community.  It is our goal to nurture young musicians with a broad understanding of their art, who can use their gifts creatively and effectively in tomorrow’s world.

Check out this video featuring our newly revealed 3-manual, 38-stop pipe organ, built by Taylor & Boody Organbuilders of Staunton, Virginia, in the new Concert Hall of the Armerding Center for Music and the Arts.

Keyboard Area Faculty

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Daniel Paul Horn, D.M.A.

Professor of Music, Piano, and the Chair of Keyboard Area

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Edward Zimmerman, D.M.A.

Professor of Music, Church Music, Organ, Harpsichord, and the Director of Academic Studies

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Sung Hoon Mo, D.M.A.

Guest Lecturer, Piano

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Bradley Williams

Guest Lecturer, Jazz Piano, Jazz Voice

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Michael Messer, D.M.A.

Guest Lecturer, Piano, Class Piano

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Deborah Hollinger, M.M.

Guest Lecturer, Secondary Piano, Class Piano

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Beth Bauer, D.M.E.

Guest Lecturer, Pedagogy

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Kyle Orth, M.M.

Guest Lecturer, Piano

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Are you interested in exploring the Conservatory of Music further and getting to know a professor one-on-one? Prospective high school students are invited to request a trial lesson to try out the Wheaton studio experience.

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