Robert Dvorkin

Robert Dvorkin

Canadian pianist Robert Dvorkin grew up in Edmonton, Alberta, and received his Bachelor and Master degrees in Piano Performance at the Indiana University School of Music where he studied with Enrica Cavallo. In 1999 he attended his first Taubman Institute summer session in Williams, Massachusetts, and that fall began regular studies with John Bloomfield, who remains his teacher to this day. Robert moved to Ottawa, Ontario in 2014, where he maintains a busy teaching studio and continues to perform regularly throughout the United States and Canada.

Level of Certification: Instructor, May 2018
Taubman Teacher: John Bloomfield
Mentor: John Bloomfield
Location: Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, and the National Capital Region. Also available on Skype.
Educational Background: BM and MM in Piano Performance, Indiana University. Private studies with John Bloomfield.

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