Ms. Amy Psencik

Piano Teacher

Amy Psencik

SAA Member

Contact

Fort Worth, TX
708-205-0026
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Amy Psencik is now accepting new and transfer Suzuki students of all ages. There are lesson times available on Monday afternoons and evenings, and additional times available on weekdays during the daytime.

Biography:
Amy Psencik is a well-rounded teacher and performer with degrees from the Wheaton College Conservatory of Music and from Ithaca College. She is most known for her work with children, serving 8 years as an elementary music teacher and an additional 8 years teaching piano. During her teaching career at the Wheaton College Community School of the Arts, she began studying the Suzuki method with master teacher Marilyn Andersen. Ms. Psencik went on to develop and teach a group class curriculum for Suzuki pianists. She is certified in Suzuki piano books 1-2 and is interested in getting certified in more levels as well.

Ms. Psencik has also been active as a performer and accompanist for over 20 years. She began serving as church pianist at age 12, where she developed her ability to play by ear, improvise, and perform. In her career, she has accompanied numerous high school choirs, Suzuki strings classes, and community theater performances. Her principal teachers were Nancy Caravan, John Spradling, and Daniel Paul Horn.

She moved to Texas about 5 years ago and is now beginning a Suzuki piano studio. She is blessed to share recitals and collaborate with other musicians at The Fort Worth Suzuki School, helping students feel a part of the local Suzuki community. She looks forward to passing on her love of music to musicians in the Fort Worth area.

Passion Statement:
“I love connecting with students on a personal level and working with them through their struggles and their successes. But my greatest joy is seeing students take a piece or a skill far beyond the notes on the page as they create and express music from their hearts. Then I know that I have not only taught good technique and musical expression, but I have touched someone’s soul with music as well.”