Carol Leone is Chair of
Piano Studies and Associate
Professor of Piano at SMU
Meadows School of the Arts
in Dallas, Texas. Dr. Leone is
considered the world’s leading
performer/teacher/lecturer on
ergonomically scaled piano
keyboards. She has performed
and taught throughout the US,
Europe and Asia and has been 

awarded the top prize in piano competitions
such as the National Beethoven Sonata Piano
competition. Dr. Leone has
given lectures on the subject
of hand size and ergonomic
keyboards internationally
and is a member of the
Committee on Wellness for
the National Conference on
Keyboard Pedagogy.

From the Artist Bench with Carol Leone (12-10-20)

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Marienne Uszler
The points being made are very good, but the over reverb on the sound is disturbing. It sounds either like over-pedaling or a sli... Read More
Thursday, 10 December 2020 17:44
Lisa DeBellevue
Wonderful presentation Carol. Sorry I couldn't attend in real time, but I enjoyed watching the replay.
Saturday, 12 December 2020 21:47
Natalya Hennings
Thank you very much! I learned a lot today.
Tuesday, 23 February 2021 16:24
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