About Rosemarie Rodriguez
Rosemarie Rodriguez started learning the piano at 11 years old and took 8 years of private piano lessons before she then went on to college to continue her career in music. She got her Associate in Keyboard Studies Degree from Miami Dade College and is currently working on her bachelors degree.
In 2011, Rosemarie was the Miami Lakes Lessons Coordinator for Sam Ash Music and in 2012 became the chairperson for the National Guild of Piano (Miami and Hialeah Division). In addition, she began her violin studies and took on the task of teaching violin as well. Her Violin lessons were so successful she started her own group violin class for children as a summer music camp and arranged piano and violin pieces for her students to play in recitals. Some of her violin repertoire includes Disney's "Let it Go" and "Ballade Por Adeline", and her performance experience includes playing for the Miami Dade College Symphony Orchestra, playing for local churches such as Kingdom of Life Dominion Church and North Hialeah Baptist Community Church in Miami, Florida.
Currently, Rosemarie has an active studio of over 20 students. She is Chairperson for the National Guild of Piano, works at North Hialeah Baptist Elementary in their after school program teaching piano and violin, and has her own music teaching blog and student blog. In the future she hopes to have her own Youtube channel helping students around the world improve their piano technique.
Rosemarie's teaching Methods include: John Thompson's easiest piano course, Michael Aaron's piano course, Faber and Faber teaching method (Pretime, showtime, funtime series) and Mel bay's 1st lessons in Violin, and String Explorer for violin. More advance studies include solfedge, Hanon, and Czerny exercises.