Joan Greene is a highly accomplished pianist and music educator with a passion for sharing her love of music with students of all ages. Joan's musical journey began at a tender age of four when she first sat at a piano. Since then, she has honed her skills to become a celebrated performer, having played professionally since she was only thirteen years old.
Joan's exceptional talent has won her many accolades, including winning 1st place at the University of Florida Sonata Competition, being named Pensacola Junior College Musician of the Year in 1985, and receiving the AIMS accompanist scholarship in Graz, Austria in 1993. She has performed across the globe in countries like Japan, Mexico, Austria, and the United States, captivating audiences with her performances.
Joan is also an experienced musical director, having led over forty musicals and operas. Her vast experience has earned her a reputation as a highly respected music educator. She holds three music degrees, including a Masters of Music Degree with an emphasis in Piano Accompanying from SMU, and is currently pursuing a doctorate in conducting.
Joan's dedication to music and passion for teaching have made her an exceptional mentor to aspiring musicians of all ages. She remains committed to sharing her musical knowledge and skills with her students, nurturing their talent and helping them grow to become successful musicians in their own right.