A d r i a n B h a t t i
Adrian Bhatti has 20+ years of teaching experience on the piano and violin. She was professionally trained in the Suzuki method and attended BYU-Hawaii on a piano scholarship. She also started a string program at BYUH since there wasn't one at the time and it continues on today. She has experience teaching music classes in the Murray School District at Parkside Elementary (K-6) and loves sharing her passion for music with children and adults. She currently plays first violin in the Wasatch Symphony. She is very involved in the performing arts and has played in many other professional groups including in a quartet with Steven Sharp Nelson of the Piano Guys. She can teach various styles on the piano (classical, jazz, chords, etc.) and the violin (classical, fiddle, pop, etc.) according to the student's interests. She works incredibly well with children and has a knack for helping them discover a love of music!
L y d i a S p e t h
Lydia Speth has a Bachelor's degree in piano performance and a Master's degree in conducting. She teaches University classes, conducts pit orchestras, and has an extensive collection of collaboration experience that includes accompanying choirs, soloists of all instruments, orchestras, and musical casts.
Lydia is an amazingly collaborative pianist and has extensive experience adjusting tempos and dynamics in order to accommodate the needs, levels, and expertise of different students. Her gentle demeanor and uplifting personality is key in encouraging and supporting her students. She teaches all levels and ages, and has a flexible approach to finding the best path for her student's progression. She spent several years assisting the Director of Piano Pedagogy at Brigham Young University, and is excellent at planning and executing master classes and private lessons. She teaches beginner to advanced piano lessons, and uses Faber and Suzuki methods. Lydia is a wonderful addition to our piano teaching staff and the students of London Studios adore her!
E m m a N i s b e t
Emma is a passionate and motivated piano and voice teacher who has over 13 years of experience studying music and 4 years teaching in an official capacity. Her studies have included both piano and vocal performance, including classical, Broadway, jazz, and pop styles and earning a music degree from BYU. She has extensive experience both teaching and performing, including being awarded starring roles in musical theater productions and the Outstanding Solo Award at the prestigious Heritage Music Festival. Her engaging personality and ease with all ages and skill levels creates a quick and natural bond with her students. She is focused on using dynamic and creative ways to connect with aspiring musicians and inspiring them to be the best that they can be. We are thrilled to have her as a piano instructor at London Studios!