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"Teaching music has always been rewarding for me and I feel it allows me to play a small part in keeping the cycle of generations going by reinvesting the energy others have shared with me along my journey. I try to provide all my students with the tools that they need to realize their full creative potential. I enjoy watching my students grow a genuine love and desire for learning music, and especially revel in the experience of guiding, encouraging and inspiring young budding musicians." Prema Kesselman
Prema is currently teaching college age flute students in Santiago, Chile and has coached students in the Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional Juvenil (National Youth Symphonic Orchestra) of Chile.
Ms. Kesselman is an experienced flute and piano teacher and has been teaching for the past twelve years. She previously taught at Darlington Arts Center, the Friends Fine & Performing Community Arts School and Jacobs Music Academy, and has maintained a private teaching studio in both California and New Jersey. She recently gave a masterclass in London, England. Prema instructs students from beginning to advanced levels.
Ms. Kesselman graduated from Temple University-Boyer College of Music in Philadelphia, PA, with a Bachelor of Music, Summa Cum Laude, where she studied piano with Dr. Michael Sheadel. Previously, she studied with Dr. Louise Lepley and performed in master classes for James Bonn, Stewart Gordon, and Kevin Fitgerald. Since graduating, she has been active as an accompanist for instrumentalists and vocalists for auditions, competitions, and final recitals. She was invited as an assistant piano accompanist at Pantasmagoria flute festival in Buffalo, New York in 2004, where she accompanied master classes for Wissam Boustany and Peter Lloyd. In 2005, she was honored to accompany David Cramer for a solo recital sponsored by the Philadelphia Orchestra. Most recently, she accompanied Wissam Boustany and Anna Noakes in a recital at Regent Hall, London, and performed piano and celeste in Shostakovich Symphony No. 5 with the New Orpheus Ensemble in Greenwich, London.
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