North West

Piano
6 and up, Beginning to Intermediate

Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance
University of Texas at San Antonio

Teaching Philosophy

My aim as a piano teacher is to provide a safe environment for students of all ages to develop a love for music and grow as musicians. I aim for lessons to be fun and engaging while building strong foundations in essential musical skills, such as healthy technique and good practice habits. Learning these skills and many others will put my students on the path to become artistic and self-sufficient musicians.

I also believe it is important to recognize every student as a unique individual and will tailor lessons to meet the needs and goals of each individual student. I strive to find activities and repertoire for each student that will facilitate their musical education and enjoyment. My mission is to have encouraged in each of my students a love of learning and music

Biography

Juliana Woodlee received her Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance from the University of Texas at San Antonio. During her time there, she studied under Dr. Kasandra Keeling and was able to perform in multiple masterclasses, perform in chamber groups, and accompany for choir and vocalists. She was involved with multiple organizations, including the collegiate chapter of Music Teacher’s National Association and Sigma Alpha Iota International Music Fraternity. Currently, she is a graduate piano student at the University of Texas at San Antonio pursuing a Master of Music in Piano Performance and Pedagogy.

Juliana Woodlee is a native of San Antonio whose passion for music started at a young age by taking music classes at the age of 4 and starting piano lessons at age 7. She began teaching private piano lessons out of her home in high school and continued throughout much of her undergraduate career. In her free time, she can usually be found rock climbing or enjoying the outdoors.