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Nathan Splitter has studied, taught, and mentored music across the United States. In 1999 he completed education at Idyllwild Arts Academy Preparatory, before heading to The Juilliard School for a degree in piano performance. This he followed with a Bachelor of Music degree from San Francisco Conservatory of Music in 2011.


In 2003, Splitter attended the Golandsky Institute at Princeton University, participating in performances, lessons, lectures, demonstrations, and master classes. He also taught piano privately at Chappaqua School in New York during this time, and during the summer of 2005 was a scholarship student and resident advisor during the Aspen Music Festival and School in Colorado.


Since 2012, Splitter has provided private in-home instruction in piano for students of all levels. He has a self-proclaimed eclectic teaching style, centered on classical and expanding to rock, pop, boogie, and jazz.

Splitter has been with PCA since 2023.

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