Alaleh Ketabi received her Bachelor of Music in piano performance from Georgia State University, where she studied piano with Dr. Geoffrey Haydon and chamber music with Dr. Brandt Fredriksen. After being recognized as an outstanding performer at the GMEA competition, she participated in several piano competitions throughout the country and overseas. In the fall of 2009, Ms. Ketabi appeared as a soloist to perform Prokofiev Piano Concerto #1 with the GSU symphony orchestra. In the summer of 2010, Ms. Ketabi participated in the Vianden Music Festival and School in Luxemburg, where she performed Brahms Cello Sonata in e minor. She also had the opportunity to perform Doppler, Andante and Rondo for two flutes and piano in Neuburg, Germany. Ms. Ketabi is currently perusing a masters degree in Music Education at Hunter College. Ms. Ketabi has over 10 years of experience teaching piano and music theory with several music institutions and schools within the Atlanta area and New York City. Ms. Ketabi’s students have performed in several piano competitions and recitals. Ms. Ketabi’s vibrant energy, eloquent presentations, professional approach, and motivational techniques have brought success to all of her students. In 2012, Ms. Ketabi joined the faculty at the Piano School of NYC, and she is very excited for her role as the Piano School of NYC’s junior manager of Queens, starting in January 2014.
To contact Alaleh, please see info below:
Mail: The Piano School of NYC
PO Box 3050, Astoria, NY 11103