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  • Colette St. Clair
    Lecturer
    Music & Entertainment Industry Studies
    AR  288
    collette.stclair@ucdenver.edu

    Collette St. Clair has been teaching piano professionally since 1997. She holds three degrees, a B.A. from Colorado State University, a B.M. from Metropolitan State University of Denver, and an M.Mus. (Piano Performance and Pedagogy) from University of Colorado at Boulder. Collette is an affiliate faculty member at Metropolitan State University and University of Colorado at Denver where she teaches Class Piano, Fundamentals, Fundamentals Lab, and Applied Piano. She also has a private studio of 14 students.

    Previous teaching positions include University of Colorado at Boulder and Red Rocks Community College. She has also taught at The Denver School of the Arts as the director of their piano studies program. In 2002, Collette received a grant to study in London, England with Lucinda Mackworth Young at the Music, Mind and Movement Institute.

    Collette has a wide range of experience teaching students of all ages and abilities. Collette performs locally in several collaborations with both instrumentalists and vocalists focusing primarily on four-hand piano literature.​