John  V. Kulik
I have been in the industry for over four decades now. During that time, I have perfected the craft of piano teaching for the benefit of all my students. The art of being a great teacher is having the knowledge to know what to teach, how to teach it and when to teach each fundamental concept throughout the journey of piano lessons. All piano students need to develop the same skill set to become successful pianists. I feel that I have the unique combination of patience and knowledge to pass on my passion and essential skills to my students. My goal as a piano teacher is to not only help students become wonderful pianists,  but also to make them lifetime lovers of great music!
  • Bachelor's degree (Music Education), Saint Vincent College
  • Master's degree (Piano Pedagogy), Duquesne University
  • Nationally Certified Teacher of Music, MTNA(Permanent Certificate)
  • Teaching 40+ years
  • Member of MTNA and PMTA-Westmoreland Chapter
  • Masterclasses and Concerts
  • PMTA Convention Classes
  • Student Participation in Local & State Level D.S.P.F. and Composition Contests
  • Workshop Presenter for PMTA State Conference and PMTA-WC
  • Pianist for Solo and Collaborative Events
  • Past President of PMTA-WC
  • Performing Member of the Friday Evening  Music Club of  Greensburg