_DSC0098 4omp 2
Pianist Eriko Izumida has been an active soloist, collaborative pianist, and chamber musician. She has performed extensively throughout the United States with numbers of artists including the Cleveland Orchestra members. In addition, she presents a number of recital programs for various community service venues.
 
Ms. Izumida has been teaching the piano privately since 2000, and now teaches at Bellissima Music Academy in Wellington, Florida. She was on the piano faculty of Baldwin Wallace Collage Preparatory/ Adult Education Department, Chagrin Valley Music Academy, Chagrin Valley Music Festival (formerly International Festival for Strings & More), and Baldwin Wallace Conservatory Piano Summer Camp, and also was a staff accompanist at BW Conservatory. She has also served as a judge for National Federation of Music Clubs Jr. Festival Piano competition, Youngstown Music Teachers Association Piano competition, and Ohio Federation's Music Club's Jr. Festival Piano competition. Her students have won contests and scholarships; some students have been accepted to leading music schools; some has been frequently appearing local hospitals and retirement houses. 
                               
A native of Japan, she began studying piano at the age of three. She has studied with Graeme Humphrey at the Royal Academy of Music in London, United Kingdom, Dr. Thomas Hecht at the Cleveland Institute of Music where she holds both Bachelor of Music and Master of Music in piano performance. Other teachers include Robert McDonald, Jacques Rouvier, Ellen Mack, Noriko Iwabe and Michio Kobayashi. Her chamber music/collaborative piano mentors include Anne Epperson, Eric Charnofsky and Peter Salaff. In addition, she studied harpsichord with Janina Ceaser. Her CD is available under TC Recordings label.
https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/violin-favorites/id280706341



FacebookFollowButtonFacebookShareIcon