Mary Gae George
Mary Gae George, internationally recognized author, educator, and pianist, graduated from the Yale School of Music where her teachers included Paul Hindemith, the noted composer, conductor, and educator of the 20th Century.
has been acclaimed for her
inspiring work with young people and with teachers throughout America, Europe, and Asia.
The results of her
publications have proven that all students can achieve artistic accomplishment when given fine materials and instruction.
life's work has been dedicated to this goal.
Artistry at the Piano is the culminating work of Mary Gae George and her late husband, the distinguished composer Jon George.
Along with the filming of her
annual pedagogy DVDs, Mary Gae George
maintains an ongoing teaching studio and piano laboratory for students of all ages where the integrity of her
pedagogical ideas and materials is challenged and proven effective before being released to the public.
She is founder and director of the Artistry Alliance, a national network of teachers and students.
As president of Artistry Press International, she develops publications that bring the arts to children and professionals alike.
articles appear in national music journals as do her
reviews of new music, books, and computer-assisted music education software.
Since 1992 Mary Gae George has also served as co-director, with James M. Drew, of the Greywolf Performing Arts Institute.