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Teresa Dybvig Long Island, New York
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PERFORMANCE Pianist Teresa Dybvig played the piano from a young age, performing her first full-length solo recital at the age of thirteen. Today she performs as a soloist and chamber musician throughout the US, in Europe, and in the Mideast. A CD featuring her performance of works by Debussy, Hughes, Beethoven, Talma, and Chopin will be available soon.

EDUCATION She holds a Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Piano Performance from Yale University School of Music. She received the Bachelor of Music in piano performance, with High Distinction, and the Master's degree in piano performance, with Distinction, from Indiana University. Numerous prizes and scholarships, including the Charles H. Ditson Award for Outstanding Performer, and a full scholarship, at Yale, and the Honors Scholarship at Indiana, supported her education and performance. Her important major teachers include Peter Frankl, Boris Berman, and James Tocco. While she was working on her degree from Yale, she began studying Dorothy Taubman's approach to piano technique with Edna Golandsky in Manhattan, which she continues to this day.

TEACHING Dr. Dybvig's expertise is much sought after. Not only does she teach privately at home in Long Island, her busy teaching schedule also regularly takes her to students in Manhattan, La Crosse and Madison, WI, St. Paul, MN, and Chicago. IL. She was a member of the faculty of the Taubman Institute of Piano in Williamstown, MA from 1995 to 2002. She also taught undergraduate music theory, formal analysis, music literature, and ear-training at Indiana University and Boston University.

LECTURING Teresa Dybvig is frequently asked by colleges and other music organizations to present lectures and master classes on both the interpretive and technical aspects of playing the piano. Her lectures focus on three distinct areas: Dorothy Taubman's approach to piano technique, the application of the Dunn and Dunn learning styles model to teaching piano, and Music by Women. Her lectures have been heard in many colleges and music teacher's organizations in twelve states of the U.S. and three cities in Turkey.

Dr. Dybvig is active in research to uncover music by women to add to the mainstream repertoire. Her most recent contribution is an article about contemporary music by Turkish women for Women Composers: Music Through the Ages, a 12-volume anthology of music by women.


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