Dr. Helga Scheibert began her musical training at the High School of Arts in Targu Mures, Transylvania at age 7.  She has experience performing with orchestras both as a soloist and collaborator. She has performed several solo and chamber recitals

M.M. Violin Performance, Yale School of Music; B.A. Violin Performance/Anthropology, University of Notre Dame. Violin studies with Syoko Aki, Carolyn Plummer, and William Haroutounian. Suzuki Method short-term training with Susan Kempter and Allen Lieb. Megan Kenny grew up in Montana

Ben Meyer, began his guitar journey in Illinois where he received a Bachelor of Music Business from Millikin University in Decatur, IL. From 2012 to 2015, his passion for teaching became inspired by the methodology of Aaron Shearer where he

Bachelor or Music, Duquesne University.  Piano study with Beverly Nero.  Organ study with Brett Edler and Ann Labounsky Steele.  Suzuki training with Kiki Barley.  PMA faculty member since 2000. In addition to teacheing piano, Ms. Weir served as Director of

Carrie has been teaching the violin and viola for over 15 years. She has her Bachelors and Masters Degrees in Violin Performance from Duquesne University, and also attended Carnegie Mellon University. Carrie teaches students of all ages and has had

Dawn is an in demand chamber musician, teacher, and performer both in Pittsburgh and beyond. She has performed with the Boston Conservatory Honors Quartet, Festival A Tempo in Caracas, Venezuela, the Chamber Music Festival of Amman, Jordan, Blossom Music Festival,

Maja was born in Serbia, where she finished primary and secondary music school. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Piano Performance from the Music Academy in Eastern Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. She went on to earn her Master’s degree at

Margaux began her musical profession as a nine-year-old Suzuki violin student and holds degrees in violin and viola performance from Duquesne University. She is a member of the Youngstown and Huntington Symphonies, and has also performed with several other orchestras,

Nicole Lennartz is an alumna of the Pittsburgh Music Academy, beginning studies at age 3 with Jennifer Madge. She developed a passion and excelled in violin throughout her childhood, attending the Pittsburgh Creative and Performing Arts (CAPA) middle and high