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Sarah Troxler

Teaching Artist Statement
As an artist, I operate on the firm belief that any person can learn music from any age or background. Each student learns differently and grasps material in their own unique way. I strive to guide each individual to utilize his/her strengths and interests, so that he/she is able to take ownership of their craft, even from a beginning stage.

Teaching Bio
Sarah Troxler earned a Master of Music degree in Collaborative Piano at the Longy School of Music in Cambridge, MA and a B.A. in Piano Performance at Eastern Nazarene College in Quincy, MA. She is active as a teaching artist throughout the greater Boston area, serving as a vocal coach for individual singers, choirs, and theatre groups.

Sarah joined SSC in January 2012 as staff collaborative pianist, and became a member of the piano faculty in September 2012.

Performance Bio
Sarah Troxler is an active musical collaborator throughout the greater Boston area, having earned her Master of Music degree in Collaborative Piano at the Longy School of Music in Cambridge, MA.  She earned her B.A. in Piano Performance at Eastern Nazarene College in Quincy, MA, where she is currently an adjunct music professor.

Ms. Troxler is active in community music programs, serving on staff with the Quincy-based South Shore Performing Artists’ Concert Series and Quincy Summer Singers.  She serves as a collaborative pianist and vocal coach at Longy School of Music of Bard College, Brandeis University, and with Cambridge Summer Opera Company, as well as serving as Minister of Worship at North Street Community Church in Hingham.  Her instrumental arrangements of favorite Christmas tunes can be heard on North Street’s Advent album Coming Home.  

Sarah joined SSC in January 2012 as staff collaborative pianist, and became a member of the piano faculty in September 2012.