Robert Bronchard

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Robert Bronchard’s involvement with the piano started after he decided to follow his older sister’s footsteps and sign up for lessons. After a few years of private instruction, he successfully auditioned for Mannes College The New School For Music Prep. Division in New York City, where he studied with Marcia Eckert. At the preparatory conservatory, Robert was accepted to the prestigious Honors Program, a program designed for the most talented and most promising students of the school. Robert completed his B.Mus. and M.A. in piano performance at the City University of New York Hunter College under the instruction of Quynh Nguyen, DMA. He had the privilege of performing with the Hunter College Symphony twice as a concerto competition winner. Robert attended many masterclasses with notable pianists, such as Eduardus Halim, the last student of the legendary Vladimir Horowitz. Robert performed at prestigious venues, including Steinway Hall, Lang Recital Hall, The Kościuszko Foundation, and the Consulate General of the Republic of Poland. As a fifth-time laureate of The Associated Music Teachers League (AMTL) competition, he performed at Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall. Apart from performance, Robert is also passionate about teaching and music education. While working on his M.A., Robert simultaneously attended a Suzuki teacher training program at the School for Strings. After completing the two-year intensive program, he became a certified Suzuki teacher by the Suzuki Association of the Americas (SAA). Robert is currently a faculty member of the Frost School of Music Prep Division and a doctoral student in keyboard performance and pedagogy at the University of Miami under International Chopin Competition laureate, Professor Kevin Kenner.