Madame Zegzula has been studying music all her life.
At the age of
fourteen, she became one of the first student members of both Music
Teachers National Association and the National Guild of Piano
Teachers in the State of Washington and has been teaching children
and adults since that time.
She attended the University of
California at Santa Barbara and the Hull Institute of Fine
Arts-Ventura, both in California, obtaining a Master’s degree in
music and education with a specialty in piano pedagogy. National
certification allows Madame Zegzula to teach piano for high school
or college credit.
Madame has studied with such notable teachers as
Yvonne Wright, Marguerite Hughes-Jones, Barbara Tucker, Willard
Palmer, Amanda Vick and Katinka Daniel; she has also had training in
piano pedagogy with Professor Manfred Wagner-Artzt of the University
In addition to her education in music, Madame Zegzula has
degrees in Biblical History and Christian Education. She has had
extensive experience with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
as a music director and educator.
Sandra at age 14, with
Sandra's piano teacher's daughter
at her piano studio in Wenatchee