Amanda Limon is a committed and hardworking teacher, she strives for student success in all aspects of music, instilling an appreciation and understanding of many musical styles including contemporary and popular music as well as classical, romantic, and baroque genres.
Limon began a decade of piano education at age 5 with acclaimed instructors Farizat and Zarema Tchiviroba, after which she studied privately with renowned international pianist Dr. Karen Follingstad. Amanda would then enter the piano performance degree program at San Diego State University under Follingstad's tutelage, along the way earning - at the ages of 13 and 16 - first prize for her performances in the Bienal Estatal de Piano in Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico.
Amanda has performed in various music venues in Mexico, including Museo Nacional de Arte, Museo José Luis Cuevas, Fonoteca Nacional, Museo del Arzobispado, and Palacio Nacional. She has also appeared as a guest pianist at the XIX National Guitar Festival in Saltillo, Mexico.
With more than 12 years of experience teaching piano, Amanda is always working with students to develop the technique and theory necessary to prepare their own repertoire for performance, and to be well rounded musicians and lifelong lovers of music.
Amanda also offers piano lessons in Spanish.