Pianist Elaine Rombola, a native of Los Angeles transplanted
to Boston, performs regularly in both solo and chamber music concerts. She has performed with the Callithumpian Consort, the Essex Chamber Players, Ludovico Ensemble, the NEC Philharmonia, Embryonic NOISE, and the Mark Warhol Ensemble. She holds a Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance from Oberlin Conservatory and a Master of Music in Piano Performance from New England Conservatory.
She is a dedicated and enthusiastic teacher as well, working with students of all levels and most ages (3 to 88). She feels that the love and knowledge of music must be shared; she has gratefully found that she is constantly learning new things about playing the piano while teaching lessons. She is the Program Director of the Summer Institute for Contemporary Performance Practice at NEC, and has worked in collaboration with sculptor Nathalie Miebach on a multimedia project called Weather Scores.
Elaine is now accepting new students for private lessons on Tuesdays and Thursdays at her home studio in Watertown. All ages and abilities welcome, offering 30, 45 and 60 minute lessons.
A 6-week introductory group class is available, dependent on sufficient enrollment, slated to run December 1 - January 12 (week of Dec. 29th no class). This can be a great low key way to introduce your child to piano lessons in a fun small-group environment.
To inquire send a message.