Lisa Marsh, MM
Adjunct Piano Instructor
Dedicated to injury prevention and promoting artistic expression, Ms. Marsh teaches musicians how to play and sing with increased freedom through understanding of anatomy and movement.
Lisa Marsh is a member of the adjunct piano faculty at Portland State University, Marylhurst University, and Portland Community College. As Director of the Coordinate Movement Program for Pianists at Portland State University she specializes in retraining injured pianists and training teachers using proven somatic principles. Her class "Body Mapping for Musicians" provides information about the body and movement to all instrumentalists and singers. Ms. Marsh combines her experience as a Registered Nurse with study of the Taubman Method and Alexander Technique in her classes and lessons. An active performer, she is Principle Keyboard with the Columbia Symphony Orchestra.
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