Williamsburg Music Teacher Honored As MTNA 50-Year Member

CINCINNATI (April 6, 2016)-Music Teachers National Association (MTNA) recently honored Geraldine Wagoner of Williamsburg, Virginia, as a 50-Year Member at the 2016 MTNA National Conference in San Antonio, Texas, April 2-6.

Wagoner has been teaching woodwinds and piano for more than 50 years. She studied flute, piano and piano pedagogy at Juilliard in New York City and also studied at Mozarteem in Salzburg, Austria. Wagoner has taught in the New Jersey public schools and graduate students at New York University. She performed professionally with the Collegiate Chorale of New York City. Her company Musical Spheres advises and instructs students in piano, voice and woodwinds, as well as provides coaching for musical theater. She continues to participate in piano pedagogy conferences at Westminster Choir College in Princeton, New Jersey, and Virginia Music Teachers Association events.

MTNA is a nonprofit organization comprising of nearly 22,000 independent and collegiate music teachers committed to advancing the value of music study and music-making to society and to supporting the professionalism of music teachers. Founded in 1876, MTNA is the oldest professional music teacher association in the United States.

For additional information about MTNA, contact MTNA national headquarters at (888) 512-5278, mtnanet@mtna.org or visit the website at www.mtna.org.


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