Anna Reiser '11 - Piano and Taubman Approach

A headshot of a woman with short hair and glasses. She stands outside and smiles at the camera.Anna Reiser is a piano teacher, collaborative pianist and harpsichordist, and presenter. Ms. Reiser strives to give each student a unique and meaningful experience at the piano. She believes it is important to honor each student’s individuality while offering a wide range of musical experiences. She is trained in the Taubman Approach to piano playing and is passionate about helping pianists find ways to play comfortably and effectively; she specializes in helping pianists recover from playing-related injuries.

Ms. Reiser’s primary teachers include Teresa Dybvig, Martha Fisher, Catherine Kautsky, Jessica Johnson, and Mary Van De Loo.  She studied harpsichord with Kathrine Handford and John Chappell Stowe. Additional teachers and master class teachers include Gilbert Kalish, Dmitri Novgorodsky, and Susan Nowicki. Ms. Reiser holds a B.Mus., with honors, in piano performance with an emphasis in pedagogy from Lawrence University and a M.Mus. in piano performance and pedagogy from the University of Wisconsin – Madison.