Since becoming a piano
teacher in 1992, Moe has taught over 225 students with varying ages and ability levels. Moe received his B.A.in music
at New Jersey City University and is a member of various music associations including: the Suzuki Association of the Americas and Music Teacher National Association (MTNA).
Moe specializes in Suzuki and traditional methods. The Suzuki method emphasizes the parent involvement, repetition, encouragement, and early beginnings. A child is never too young to enjoy the beauty the music.
With over 21 years of teaching experience, Moe shares his enthusiasm and passion of the instrument to each of his students.
Moe believes music is a gift and should be shared with everyone. He provides every opportunity to his students to perform. In addition to recitals, Moe’s students often perform throughout the community at various events. This not only spreads music and allows the children to share their talents, but also instills in them the importance of giving back to the community.
Moe's piano students have been featured at the following locations:
Cabrini Center for Nursing
and Rehabilitation (New York, NY)
CareOne at The Cupola: Senior Care Community (Ridgewood, NJ)
The Manhattan-Bronx Festival: NY Music Teachers Association (New York, NY)
Mill Garden: An Assisted Living Residence (Midland Park, NJ)
Pine Rest: Senior Care Community (Ridgewood, NJ)
Ridgewood Center: A Genesis HealthCare Facility (Ridgewood, NJ)
Village Nursing Home (New York, NY)
"Teaching piano to the children, and my students performing in my community, is my response to violence in our world, to make music more intensely, more beautifully, more devotedly than ever before." - Moe
Please contact Moe to request more information and to schedule your free trial lesson today!
Musical ability is not an inborn talent but an ability which can be developed. Any child who is properly trained can develop musical ability, just as all children develop the ability to speak their mother tongue. "The potential of every child is unlimited."- Dr. Suzuki