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Friday, 27 January 2017 11:04

Dr. Matthew Brower

Dr. Matthew Brower is the CMC Atlanta Piano Program Chair.  Matt is a Nationally Certified Teacher of Music through the Music Teachers National Association.  With over fifteen years of experience teaching students ranging from beginner to undergraduate music majors, he enjoys teaching classical and jazz, and one of his students was recently honored to perform at Carnegie Hall as a prize winner of the American Protégé International Piano & Strings Competition. Matt has performed with the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia as well as members of the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, and faculty from many leading conservatories. Matt is also an Artist Affiliate faculty member at Emory University. He received his Doctor of Musical Arts and Master of Music degree from the University of Michigan, and his Bachelor of Music degree from the Oberlin Conservatory of Music. 

Published in Piano Lessons Faculty
Wednesday, 26 March 2014 07:55

Diana Orozco

Piano teacher and CMC Director Diana Orozco studied music and music education at the Oberlin College-Conservatory. She has taught on faculty, in workshops, and in summer day camps at a number of Atlanta area schools; she was the pre-primary-6th grade music teacher at The Children’s School in Midtown Atlanta from 2000-2013. Since moving to Atlanta in the mid 1990's, Diana has been cultivating young pianists. Before opening the Music Center, she maintained a piano studio of 30 or more students from her home in the Morningside neighborhood of Atlanta. Diana is particularly interested in teaching elementary school-aged children. Her training at The Children's School has focused on a variety of educational issues, including extensive training in differentiated learning styles and brain-based methodologies. She also studied arts management at the graduate level through an on-line series of courses offered by the University of Massachusetts.

Published in Piano Lessons Faculty
Thursday, 13 December 2012 07:55

Diana Orozco

Diana Orozco studied music and music education at the Oberlin College-Conservatory. She has taught on faculty, in workshops, and in summer day camps at a number of Atlanta area schools; she was the pre-primary-6th grade music teacher at The Children’s School in Midtown Atlanta from 2000-2013. Since moving to Atlanta in the mid 1990's, Diana has been cultivating young pianists. Before opening the Music Center, she maintained a piano studio of 30 or more students from her home in the Morningside neighborhood of Atlanta. Diana is particularly interested in teaching elementary school-aged children. Her training at The Children's School has focused on a variety of educational issues, including extensive training in differentiated learning styles and brain-based methodologies. She also studied arts management at the graduate level through an on-line series of courses offered by the University of Massachusetts.

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we're celebrating 12 years

2007-2019

 

A Note from the Founders & Directors

Welcome to Community Music Centers of Atlanta

CMC Atlanta is a music education company founded in 2007 as the L5P Music Center. In the 13 years since our founding, we've grown from offering music lessons at a single site to a network of four local community music schools (Decatur, Dunwoody, Little 5 Points and Brookhaven) that offers an array of innovative, but historically-informed music education programs to students of all ages and skill levels. Working in collaboration with Capstone Academy, an accredited private school, we also created a high school conservatory program, Atlanta Music High School, which opened in August 2017.  

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