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Joe Buglio teaches how to play piano by modeling solid piano technique (no physical discomfort, how to approach fingering, etc.) emphasizing solid harmonic and musical understanding. He demonstrates touch, musicality and expression. He guides students to develop practice habits they need to succeed in their personal goals. He teaches students to become self-motivated and eventually not need him to progress. Students learn by building on successful exercises, piano pieces and love of playing. His personal teaching philosophy is to pursue playing piano for self- discovery and develop a love for the art of playing piano music.
Mr. Buglio recently earned a graduate certificate in Piano Pedagogy in ’17 from WCU. Joe is a ’88 graduate of Eastman School of Music with a Masters of Music. Joe also earned a B.S. degree in Music Education from WCU in ’81. Mr. Buglio is a retired public music teacher and choral director from the Great Valley, Avon Grove, Stroudsburg, Bristol Township and West Chester Area School Districts. He was the Henderson High School Choral Director for twenty years between 1997-2017. Presently, he is an adjunct “music professor” teaching Piano and Music Theory at Eastern University in Radnor, Pa. He studied most recently with Piano professor Dr. Terry Klinefelter at WCU. At Eastman, he also studied with concert pianist and artist professor Rebecca Penneys. With Philadelphia’s Jazz educator/pianist Jimmy Amadie. Joe also studied privately for several years. Joe is a classical and jazz piano performer/teacher.