Daniel Shapiro is now offering online coachings to advanced pianists. Undergraduate and graduate piano students around the world who are unable to come to Cleveland can now work privately with Dr. Shapiro online. Dr. Shapiro is also happy to work with pianists who have already completed their degrees, or with seriously committed younger students.
Dr. Shapiro is one of the leading exponents of the tradition of Artur Schnabel and Leon Fleisher, which stresses and explores profound musicianship and the search for the true essence of each work studied.
He has been a member of the piano faculty of the Cleveland Institute of Music for the past twenty-three years. He has developed a strong reputation as a dedicated and inspiring pedagogue, and his students have earned important prizes and teaching positions.
If interested, or for further questions, please email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
"I was so lucky to have had the opportunity to study with Dr. Shapiro. Daniel Shapiro is a teacher of incredible perception and unending insight. He is for his students a source of deep inspiration. I have such strong and fond memories of his illuminating ideas and his demonstrations, his search for poetry and meaning in every phrase. I hear his voice and his playing in my head every day at the piano."
--Orion Weiss, international concert pianist, Avery Fisher Career Grant recipient
"Dr. Shapiro is an outstanding teacher. His lessons were inspiring and engaging. He gave me a broad perspective on a piece and worked hard on the details. What sets him apart from other teachers is that he masterfully adjusts his teaching style to each and every student. Recently, I hired him to teach my graduate students. His work with them was outstanding and all the students raved about him."
--Dr. Dror Biran, Professor of Piano, University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music
"Dr. Shapiro's attention to style and delicacy brought to my music colors that I would have never imagined if it were not for his incredible lessons. I cannot thank him enough his guidance. On top of that, he is a wonderful human being whom I feel I can always turn to."
--Jungyeon Yim, winner, Music Teachers' National Association National Competition