Dr. Zoe Browder Doll

Piano Faculty Chair, Coordinator of Young Maestros Program

Education & Training
Doctor of Musical Arts in Piano Performance, Stony Brook University, 2004 (studied with Christina Dahl)
Fulbright Scholarship, 2002-03 (studied with Tomoko Mukaiyama in Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Master of Music in Piano Performance, Stony Brook University, 1998 (studied with Christina Dahl)
Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance, University of North Texas, 1996 (studied with Pamela Mia Paul)

Awards & Honors
Published article: “Phantom Rhythms, Hidden Harmonies: Berio’s Use of the Sostenuto Pedal in Sequenza IV (1965), Leaf (1990), and Sonata (2001)” in Berio’s Sequenzas
New York debut recital at Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, 2000
Artist-in-Residence, Banff Centre for the Arts (Alberta, Canada), 1999
Fullbright Scholarship to study piano with Tomoko Mukaiyama in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2002-03

Preferred Age student I prefer to work with:  
Kindergarten  to second grade, third to fifth grades, sixth to eighth grades, high school, college, adults

I prefer working with students of the following skill level:
Beginner (1-2 years of consistent study), Intermediate (3-4 years of consistent study), Advanced (5+ years of consistent study), Professional

Positions Held
Piano instructor and Piano Faculty Chair, Mason Gross Extension Division
Coordinator, Young Maestros Program, Mason Gross Extension Division
Private piano instructor since 1992