Students of any age and level are welcome. Tuition is individually adjusted to accommodate the student, whether that be learning for fun, or examinations and competitions. Natalie has experience teaching all classical and contemporary genres (excluding advanced jazz), and will be dedicated to helping you find music you'll love learning. Lessons can also include time for theory and music games if the student wishes.Show More Show Less
Teaching since January 2013
Teaches students aged 5+
Natalie Scalia has recently graduated from the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University with First Class Honours. Within the courses and environment provided by the prestigious University, Natalie has gained substantial experience in several areas of interest including pedagogy, musicology and performance. During her Conservatorium studies Natalie has had the opportunity to work under a variety of accomplished classical piano mentors including Oleg Stepanov, Natasha Vlassenko and Diane Selmon.
Over the past five years, Natalie has set up her own mobile teaching business and become a valued piano and theory teacher at the highly reputable Inna Kogan’s Music School. Natalie believes in providing an education that encompasses a wide variety of music and musical activities (both at and away from the piano). Natalie is capable of teaching students of any level, and lessons are individually adjusted to accommodate the pupil's learning preferences and interests. Through her teaching she hopes to instill a love of piano, and an appreciation of all music.
In future, Natalie plans on continuing to grow as a pedagogue, accompanist and researcher through further postgraduate studies. Her aspiration is to become a reputable researcher and passionate teacher who helps contribute to the growing Australian music culture.