About Jennifer

Jennifer Stadler holds a Master of Music degree in Piano Performance and Pedagogy from the University of Oklahoma, where she studied with renowned pianists and pedagogues Dr. Jane Magrath, Dr. Barbara Fast, and Dr. Jeongwon Ham. While at the University of Oklahoma, Jennifer taught several sections of undergraduate group piano and applied piano lessons through advanced levels. Previously, Jennifer ran a successful piano studio in Columbus, Ohio employing multiple teachers. Jennifer became a National Certified Teacher of Music in 2012 and the following year received the MTNA Studio Teacher Fellowship Award for demonstrating a strong commitment to teaching and outstanding studio development. Jennifer has been an active member of Music Teachers National Association since 2008 and has served the organization in various capacities at the collegiate, local, and national level.

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2017 Master of Music in Piano Performance and Pedagogy, University of Oklahoma

2012 Nationally Certified Teacher of Music, Music Teachers National Association

2010 Bachelor of Music in Keyboard Pedagogy, Capital University

2015-2017  Graduate Teaching Assistant, University of Oklahoma

2010+ Owner, Piano Instructor, Jennifer Stadler’s Keyboard Studio

2011-2013  Recreational Music Instructor, Bexley Park and Recreation

2010-2011  Early Childhood Music Instructor, KidzTempo

2007-2010  Work Study Music Tutor, Capital University

2017  Collegiate Chapter of the Year, Music Teachers National Association

2016  Graduate Fellowship (full tuition and stipend), University of Oklahoma

2015  Graduate Assistantship (full tuition and stipend), University of Oklahoma

2013  Studio Teacher Fellowship Award, Music Teachers National Association

2011  Professional Development Grant, Central East District of OhioMTA

2006  Collegiate Fellowship (3/4 tuition and work study), Capital University

Upcoming:

“Go Green (Screen) and Bring the Music to Life”, SEOhioMTA Fall Conference, September 2017.

“Us and Them: Bridging the Gap between What We Teach and What They Want to Learn”, MusicEdConnect.com, February 2018.

Previous:

“Engaging Your Audience With Green Screen Technology”, MTNA National Conference, Baltimore, MD, March, 2017.

“Maximizing Visibility And Minimizing Paperwork”, MTNA National Conference, Baltimore, MD, March, 2017.

“How To Create A Green Screen For Less Than $50”, MusicEdConnect.com, February 2017.

“How Do You Teach Dotted-Quarter Eighth Rhythm?”, Clavier Companion, May/June 2013 Issue.

“Exploring Deconstruction in Music”, National Conference of Undergraduate Research, Missoula, MT, April, 2010.

2016-2017  Intern – Clavier Companion

2016-2017  President – OU MTNA Collegiate Chapter

2012-2015  Chairperson – CEOhioMTA District Festival

2012-2014  Piano Adjudicator – NFCM Festival

2009-2011  Music Volunteer – Nationwide Children’s Hospital

2010-2013  Organist, Accompanist, Cherub Choir Director – David’s UCC

2010-2012  Accompanist – Pickerington Community Chorus

2008- 2010  Organist, Accompanist – Eastview United Methodist Church

2008-2010  Rehearsal Accompanist – Groveport Zion Lutheran Church

2006-2008  Pianist – Slate Run Bible Church

2017  M.M. Solo Piano Recital, University of Oklahoma

2017  Piano Masterclass w/Dr. Jasmin Arakawa of USA

2010  First Congregational Church Concert at the Arts Festival

2010  Organ Masterclass w/Dr. Donald Sutherland of Peabody

2010  B.M. Solo Piano and Organ Recital, Capital University

2009  Fortepiano Masterclass w/Dr. David Breitman of Oberlin