Pamela Mullins Piano Studio

Piano Instruction for All Ages
Musicianship, Theory, Technique, Performance, Ear-training


Pamela Mullins

Qualifications and Background Experience
Winthrop University - Master of Music Education (Piano)
University of NC at Charlotte:  Bachelor of Creative Arts (Piano)
National Suzuki Teacher Training
Permanent National Certification 
   ~Music Teachers National Association (MTNA)
Permanent State Certification (NCMTA)
   ~North Carolina Music Teachers Association (NCMTA)
Over 40 years of Private Piano Instruction
UNCG Summer Music Camp Piano Instructor
Piano Guild Tour Judge
Judge - Piano Competitions and Events in NC, SC
    and Georgia
Pianist/Harpsichordist at Christ Covenant Church in 
Past:  Director of Music Makers Choir for over 15 years
    Director of K-2 Choir at Christ Covenant Church -5 years
    Elementary Choirs at Arborbrook Academy
    American History and Literature teacher

Continuing Education
Charlotte Piano Teachers Forum Programs
NC Music Teachers Association State Conferences

Professional Involvement
Concerto Chair - Charlotte Piano Teachers Forum
Guild Coordinator for Charlotte Area Site

Board Member of CHEASingers Choirs - Chair
President and Vice President of local American Harp Society Chapter 
NCMTA Piano Section Chair;  Composition/Theory Chair, State and 
   District Piano Performance Festival Chair
President and Vice President - Charlotte Piano Teachers Forum

American Music Teacher (National Magazine of Music Teachers National Association)
   ~Music Book Reviews

Pamela Mullins is proud mom and grandma to five children and seven grandchildren.  When she is not teaching piano, she loves to watch birds, garden, walk, read great literature, and travel.  

Alexandra Mullins

   A native of Charlotte, NC, Ms. Alexandra has played harp and piano since the age of four and in 2016 received a Bachelor of Music degree from the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University. From 2016-2017, she worked as an Itinerant Musician at Colonial Williamsburg in Virginia, where she performed folk and early music in 18th century costume. She has performed throughout the US as the American Harp Society Young Artist and in Europe and Asia for various competitions, winning prizes in the Korea International Harp Competition, the USA International Harp Competition, and the Israel International Harp Contest. She currently resides in Norfolk, VA where she maintains a piano and harp studio, and performs throughout the Richmond and Hampton Roads regions as a soloist and harpist with professional orchestras, such the Richmond Symphony, Virginia Symphony Orchestra, and the Williamsburg Symphony Orchestra. As an early pioneer of web cam lessons, she earned first place in several national awards and a full merit scholarship to Indiana University while receiving sole instruction through high school years via Skype lessons. She currently gives and receives coaching via web cam for long distance learning.