Degrees: Master of Music in Piano Performance & Pedagogy (Central Michigan University); Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance (Hope College). Now accepting students of all ages and levels for piano lessons. Enthusiastic, dedicated teacher located in Bowling Green, Ohio. Please visit my website for more information.

Professional Associations & Certifications

  • OhioMTA, MTNA

Serviced Areas

  • Bowling Green, Ohio

Contact Details

  Person Joy Morin, piano teacher
  City Bowling Green , OH
  Phone Number (616) 250-0704

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Joy Morin, piano teacher

Joy Morin is a pianist currently residing in Ohio, where she runs a independent teaching studio. She has been teaching piano privately to students of all ages and levels for over six years. She also has experience teaching music in group settings, including group keyboard classes at the David D. Hunting YMCA and music theory/composition classes at the Stella Royce Music Camp (both in Grand Rapids, Michigan).

Joy holds a Master of Music degree in piano performance and pedagogy from Central Michigan University (Mount Pleasant, Michigan), where her responsibilities included teaching group piano classes and collaborating with vocalists and instrumentalists. At Central, she studied piano and piano pedagogy with Adrienne Wiley.

Joy also holds a Bachelor of Music degree in piano performance from Hope College (Holland, Michigan), where she studied piano with Andrew Le and piano pedagogy with Adam Clark. Upon graduating summa cum laude from Hope, she received the MTNA StAR award and was granted membership into the Pi Kappa Lambda music honorary society and the Phi Beta Kappa honorary society. Joy also holds an Associate of Music degree in piano performance from Grand Rapids Community College (Grand Rapids, Michigan), where she studied with Mary Scanlan.

Joy has been an active member of the Music Teachers National Association (MTNA) since 2006 and is currently pursuing becoming a Nationally Certified Teacher of Music (NCTM). She actively seeks to stay current and further her professional development as a teacher by regularly attending music teacher association events as well as national and state conferences.