Christiane Moon has always had a love for the piano. Some of her recent performances include solo works in the Music Teachers' Association of California (MTAC) Contemporary Theme Festival where she was awarded first place in 2015. Ms. Moon has also been a silver medal winner in the California Association of Professional Music Teachers (CAPMT) Contemporary Music Festival, CAPMT Honors Auditions, and MTAC Classical Theme Festival. Christiane has performed in piano showcase recitals at the Hall-Musco Conservatory of Music at Chapman University.
Ms. Moon has performed in six of the Music Teachers' Association of California’s (MTAC) Conventions. She has also performed in the MTAC Honors Festival over several years, and has won first place in the MTAC Contemporary Festival in 2010 and 2012.
In addition to her many competitions, Christiane participated in Certificate of Merit and achieved level advanced in 2010. Ms. Moon has participated in a number of Master Classes. She has worked with Eduardo Delgado, Teresa Pombo, Vicki Ray, Jacqueline Salas, Ivona Kamiska-Bowlby, and Peter Mack.
Ms. Moon is classically trained and performs a wide range of repertoire. She especially enjoys romantic and contemporary style pieces and is well trained in music theory. Christiane is a member of the MTAC San Fernando West Valley Branch.
Christiane holds a Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance from the Hall-Musco Conservatory of Music at Chapman University, where she studied with renowned concert pianist, Dr. Grace Fong. Ms. Moon will be pursuing her Master of Music in Piano Performance, with an emphasis in Pedagogy, at California State University, Northridge.
Ms. Moon has a passion for teaching and loves sharing the gift of music with her students. Through patience, kindness, and dedication, she believes that every student can succeed. She wants to make learning to play the piano an enjoyable experience for all. Christiane hopes that throughout the teaching process, her students are inspired, engaged, and enthusiastic about learning how to play the piano.