Jamie's Piano Studio is now accepting students! *All ages and levels are welcome *In-home lessons are available upon request *Monthly studio classes in addition to weekly private lessons *Our new location is bigger, nicer, and features our new piano lab *Our students participate in KMTA auditions, Musis Progressions festival, Fall and Spring recitals, duet recitals, downtown performances, and competitions.

Contact Details

  Person Jamie Bone
  City Lawrence, KS
  Zip Code 66046
  Address 2537 Cedarwood
  Phone Number (405) 365-0073

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Jamie Bone


Once described as having a bolts of lightning at the edge of [her] fingers, Jamie Bone has performed in venues all over the world including Italy, Germany, France, Austria, Japanand Brazil. She received her BM in Piano Performance from Oklahoma State Universityunder the instruction of Thomas Lanners. Afterwards, she received her MM in Piano Performance and Pedagogy from the Universityof Kansasunder the instruction of Steven Spooner and Scott McBride Smith.

Jamie has received many honors and awards from numerous piano competitions and the universities mentioned above. These awards include being featured in the KU Graduate Honors Recital in 2010 that features KU's best musicians. MTNA, KMTA, and OMTA have awarded Jamie in regional piano competitions in the years 1994 2002, 2004 2007, and 2009 2010. Jamie received first place in the 2009 KU Research Competition in the Humanities division for her research project entitled, Is Your Piano Student Ready for College

Instructors include Steven Spooner, Scott McBride Smith, Thomas Lanners, Ronald Chioldi, John Perry, Ian Hobson, Jack Winerock, John Owings, Harold Martina, Tamás Ungár, Rita Foster, and Sandy Fitzgerald.

From Our Website

Weekly private piano lessons are available in 30-minute, 45-minute, and 60-minute intervals. Monthly studio classes take place on the first Saturday of every month at 2 pm and 3 pm. These classes last for one hour each. During studio class, the students perform for each other and give each other feedback on their performances. We also have activities such as listening exams, music history discussions, and music theory games that are played during studio class. Studio class is an important time for students to connect with their studio-mates.