Instructor of Piano, Interlochen Arts Camp
Associate Professor, Piano and Piano Pedagogy, University of North Florida
D.M.A., Piano Performance, University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music; M.M., Piano Performance, University of Florida; B.M. Piano Performance and Music History, Rice University, Shepherd School of Music
Dr. Erin K. Bennett is Associate Professor of Piano and Piano Pedagogy at the University of North Florida School of Music, where she also coordinates the Keyboard Area. In summer she teaches at Interlochen Arts Camp and the Beaujolais Chamber Music Workshop. She was formerly the Interim Coordinator of Secondary Piano and Piano Pedagogy at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music.
As a performer, Dr. Bennett has appeared throughout the U.S. and in France, Belgium, Spain, and the Czech Republic. In the field of piano pedagogy she has presented at Music Teacher’s National Association, the National Conference for Keyboard Pedagogy, and the National Group Piano and Piano Pedagogy Forum (GP3). Dr. Bennett received degrees from Rice University, the University of Florida, and the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, where she pursued dual cognates in music history and piano pedagogy. Her principal teachers have included Eugene and Elisabeth Pridonoff, Robert Roux, Michelle Conda, Boaz Sharon, and Virginia Hawley Buhn. IAC ’94-’95.