Pamela Rodriguez

North West

4 to Adult, Beginner to Early Advanced

Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance, Texas State University
Master of Music in Piano Performance and Pedagogy, University of Texas San Antonio

Teaching Philosophy

Pamela believes the aim of piano lessons is for students to become well rounded musicians capable of playing the piano in whatever capacity they most desire throughout their life. Her students work to develop sight reading, technique, practice tools, and a knowledge of music theory and music history. Pamela works to provide positive performance opportunities for her students by exposing them to and preparing them for the many great opportunities around them. Students of Pamela’s participate in activities through the San Antonio Music Teachers Association, Texas Music Teacher Association, MACSA, and additional events that challenge and interest them. Events for her students include competitions, festivals, and recitals. She hopes her student will find joy in making beautiful music and share it with others.


At age 6 Pamela became a piano student and spent many years playing in recitals, events, and competitions in and around San Antonio. She continued her education at Texas State University with Dr. Timothy Woolsey and Dr. Jason Kwak. She started teaching piano lessons in Kyle, TX in 2010. In 2013 Pamela moved back to San Antonio to teach at MACSA and to continue her education at University of Texas San Antonio where she studied with Dr. Courtney Crappell and Dr. Kasandra Keeling. Growing and promoting music in the community of San Antonio is one of Pamela’s life goals. Besides teaching piano Pamela works as MACSA’s Placement Director, has an active role in the San Antonio Music Teacher Association, and accompanies students and school choirs. Pamela enjoys playing piano for her church and making music with friends. She likes to spend her free time exploring, trying new things, and hanging out with her loved ones and her dog, Sadie.