Dr. Shiho Vogel

School Director

The founding faculty member and executive Director of Lindeblad School of Music, Dr. Shiho Vogel balances her performance schedule with an active involvement in music education and piano pedagogy. She has served as a Director at Fox River Academy of Music and Arts (IL), Artistic Coordinator at Amati Music Festival (NY), and a Commissioner on the Oswego’s Cultural Arts Committee board (IL). Her 20+ years of teaching experience includes teaching at Fox River Academy (IL), Michigan State University (MI), Amati Music Festival (NY), Amati Conservatory (NJ), Baldwin-Wallace College Conservatory Preparatory Department (OH), and Manhattan School of Music Summer program (NY) sponsored by ASCAP and the New York City Board of Education. As an adjudicator and clinician, she is invited to judge piano competitions for young artists as well as give lecture-recitals and master classes throughout USA and Japan. Her students have graduated to pursue music in leading Universities and Conservatories and have excelled at various competitions.

Pianist, Dr. Shiho Vogel holds a Doctorate of Musical Arts degree in Piano Performance from Michigan State University under critically acclaimed pianist, Panayis Lyras, and Master of Music degree from Manhattan School of Music and Hunter College of City University of New York as a pupil of Miyoko Lotto, Arkady Aronov and late Constance Keene. Recipient of numerous honors and accolades such as the Margaret Rusk Griffiths/Kleist Music Scholarship, the Sophie Albrecht Piano Scholarship, the Cleveland Musical Arts Society Scholarship, Esther Hoffman Prize and Scholarship, and Dr. Benno Lee graduation award from the City University of New York., she has appeared as soloist and chamber musician in concert halls throughout North America and Japan.

 

 
My Teaching Philosophy
My teaching philosophy emphasizes the individuality of each student. I believe in providing students with the tools and skills that they can use to teach themselves. Through each learning process, I want students to gain a better understanding of self, learn work-efficiency, and expand their artistic personae. Piano learning should be a rewarding, fun, interesting, fulfilling, and exciting process. I am an enthusiastic teacher who believes in creating an environment in which students can learn. Throughout years of extensive teaching experience, I have helped students across a wide spectrum of levels, ages, nationalities, and backgrounds. I enjoy sharing my experience and musical ideas with students and colleagues.
Additional specialty: preparation for competition, college entrance audition, and music examinations (theory, piano, etc). I also welcome home-schooled students, adult students, and special needs students.