Myron Silberstein’s teaching career is a development of his own training as a
pianist, which first brought him to prominence upon his winning
of the 1991 Giornate Musicali International Piano Competition.
Trained according to principles developed by Theodor Leschetizky,
the preeminent piano pedagogue of the late nineteenth and early
twentieth century, Mr. Silberstein brings a wealth of knowledge
about effective piano technique to his innate musical and pedagogical
A core component
of Mr. Silberstein’s approach to teaching is his imparting to each
student of a solid understanding of the
principles of piano
technique. This allows even beginning students to be fundamentally
autonomous in their musical development. While providing direct
guidance to and supervision of each student’s progress, Mr. Silberstein
also provides the student with the tools to advance his or her
own mastery of the piano.
students have participated in national and international music
festivals and in public recitals
in university and concert-hall settings.