Dr. Garinée Garmanian Jording has owned and operated an independent piano studio in the Phoenix metropolitan area for the past ten years. She specializes in teaching music theory, sight-reading, aural skills, improvisation, composition, and a variety of piano repertoire to students of all levels and ages. She attained national certification in her instrument (NCTM) through the Music Teachers National Association (MTNA) in 2012, and is an active member at the local, state, and national level. Additionally, Dr. Garmanian Jording is a highly qualified music educator in grades K-12 in the state of Arizona, and has over twelve years of teaching experience in both public and private school settings. She received her B.M in music education in 2006 (with an emphasis in piano studies) and her M.M. in music education in 2009, both from Arizona State University. She completed her Doctor of Musical Arts in music education from Boston University in 2018. She can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
EVMTA (East Valley Music Teachers' Association), ASMTA (Arizona State Music Teachers' Association)
Beginner thru Advanced
Classical, Composition, Ensemble, Jazz, Music Theory, Pop