Piano Teacher List
Ivana Cojbasic is an internationally recognized artist, equally at home as a soloist and a collaborative artist. The winner of the First International Piano Competition “Frederick Chopin” in Rome , Italy in 1990, she has performed as a soloist, with orchestras and in chamber music ensembles throughout Europe, United States and Mexico. She holds a Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the University of North Texas, and was a Professor of Piano at the University of Belgrade in her native country of Serbia. She currently teaches Piano and is active as a Staff Accompanist at Whitworth University in Spokane. Ivana Cojbasic performs with Spokane Symphony, and is a sought after pedagogue and a performer nationally and internationally. More information about Ivana Cojbasic is available at her website.
BA In Special Education Gonzaga University 1980
ESD 101 Music Specialist 1978-1982
Spokane Parks & Recreation Funshine Specialized Day Camp Director 1980- 1984
Children’s & Youth Music Director Harvest Christian Fellowship 1980-1994
First Presbyterian Children’s Music Director 1994 to present
Spokane Parks & Recreation – Specialized Recreation Specialist and Music & Movement Specialist 1985-90 and 1993 to present
Kindermusik Early Childhood Music Instructor 2004-2010
Training with Lynn Kleiner as Mentor continues presently
Training with Simply Piano continues presently
Orff Course Work 1980- present
I am a classically trained pianist whose greatest passion is the piano. I enjoy the opportunity to pass my knowledge and experience on to other people. I started playing the piano when I was 7 years old and since then I haven’t stopped. I’ve performed in many concerts, accompanied orchestras, symphonies, choirs, and singers. If you’re serious about learning how to play piano then I am your teacher. If you like to compose or want to learn how to arrange music and play by ear then we would be a great match because one of my points of emphasis is composing and arranging. I’ve been honored to have won several competitions over the years with some of the music that I’ve written. Being 21 years old, I can also connect with the young learners. If you have kids that are having problems practicing or don’t seem to enjoy their time on the piano, bring them to me. Piano isn’t always fun or easy but it pays off in the end. I have reasonable rates which I am willing to negotiate depending on the circumstances. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact me either via email or phone. Thank you for your consideration.
Piano teachers are a valuable part of our business and our community. This is a list of piano teachers that have attended one or more of our “Recipe Of A Good Piano” workshops as a part of their dedication to continuing education. This workshop is on the differences in piano construction and how it affects the player.