Andover Educators
Lisa Marsh

Lisa Marsh

B.S., Music and M.M., Piano Performance, Portland State University
Andover Educator Sponsoring Teacher, 2010
Licensed Andover Educator, 2004

Region: Western United States
Home State: Oregon
Available for:  * contact teacher

Lisa Marsh is a member of the adjunct piano faculties at Marylhurst University, Portland State University and Portland Community College. As Director of the Coordinate Movement Program for Pianists at Portland State University she specializes in retraining injured pianists. Her additional background in somatic education includes 19 years as a Registered Nurse in the fields of Neurosurgery and Emergency Medicine, 8 years of piano technique study at the Taubman Institute of Piano and 5 years of study of the Alexander Technique and Body Mapping with Barbara Conable. She is also an Andover Educator Sponsoring Teacher.

Ms. Marsh is principle Keyboard with the Columbia Symphony Orchestra, and pianist with the Onyx Chamber Ensemble and the Marsh- Titterington Piano Duo.

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Inspired Me

The Coordinate Movement Program at Portland State University has given me the tools, the support and the vision to advance my playing and teaching in a new direction. Developing my own body map has made sense of technique, ease of movement and quality of sound that I never imagined possible for me at the piano. Now I can't imagine playing or teaching without this information and approach. Lisa Marsh and Barbara Conable have inspired me to become an Andover Educator.

Susan Riggs; Pianist and Teaching Assistant in the Coordinate Movement Program