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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.

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