Instructor: J. Paul Pepper
Time: Mondays 3-7 by appointment
J. Paul Pepper is a pianist and composer with thirty years of playing and performing experience. Having studied classical technique with George Rau of Washington and Natalie Phillips of Squirrel Hill, he has been teaching piano for the last fifteen years. He is a winner of various competitions, scholarships and prizes, including WQED’s Performance in Pittsburgh, Duquesne University’s Young Artists, the Mason Statewide Talent Search, the Pennsylvania Governor’s School for the Arts and the Tucci Prize for Music Performance. J. Paul appreciates a wide diversity of musical styles and approaches, and is committed to customizing lessons to fit each student’s unique abilities and goals. In addition to teaching piano at all levels, he also teaches beginner to intermediate voice. Outside of music his interests include philosophy, religion, science and American Ninja Warrior.