A native of New York, Maggie Schlageter began her piano study at the early age of 7 and has since studied voice and piano with numerous renowned artists throughout her education; Bob Hallahan, Marta Puig, Dmitri Shteinberg and Doug Richards.
Maggie has previously worked as the drama and dance director at Camp Columbus, an all ages day camp for individuals with special needs, and as the founder and director of the Richmond Chapel Choir.
With over 10 years of teaching experience Maggie has developed the ability to captivate and engage students; encouraging them on their path to individual musical success. In addition to private and group class instruction her teaching experience includes collaborating with the nGomusa Zulu gospel choir in Durban South Africa and instructing private piano lessons in Hyderabad India, as well as leading children’s choirs and ensembles with as many as 120 non-English speaking children. Her experiences with traveling and living abroad in a variety of diverse culture backdrops has developed a passion for connecting through music and the creative process with people of all ages and experiences. Music has the ability to shape and change lives and Maggie thoroughly enjoys being a part of your musical story here at Lindeblad School of Music.
Maggie holds a Bachelor of Arts in Jazz Piano Studies and General Business from Virginia Commonwealth University.