Title: Music Educator, Composer, Performer
Location: Bethany, Oklahoma, United States
Myra Schubert, Music Educator, Composer, and Performer, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in music performance and education.
After studying at Oklahoma University, earning a Bachelor of Music in 1964 and a Master of Music in 1967, Ms. Schubert started as a pianist and organist for Bethany Nazarene Church. Prior to her studies, she had already worked for several years as a private piano instructor, and while completing her graduate coursework, she started working as a composer and arranger for Lorenz Publishing Company. She continues to work in each capacity to this day. In addition, from 1976 to 1980, she worked as an instructor at Southern Nazarene University. Through her career, Ms. Schubert has amassed over 14 years of piano lessons with Dr. Clarence Burg, as well as eight years of organ study, including two years with Dr. David Lunn Miller and six years with professor Ruth Taylor.
Ms. Schubert has composed a wide variety of piano books, including “The Prince of Glory” in 2017, “The Cross of Christ” in 2015, “Christmas Rhapsody” in 1999, and “Keyboard Selections from the Messiah” in 2001, among many more. She has trained over 100 piano teachers during her more than 60 years as an educator, and her students continue to teach across the globe. She is a fellow of the Music Teachers National Association (MTNA) Foundation and received her 50-year MTNA pin. She was named Distinguished Teacher of the Year by the Oklahoma Music Teachers Association and was named to the American College of Musicians Hall of Fame. In the coming years, she hopes to still work as an educator and looks forward to celebrating her 70th anniversary as a piano teacher. As a testament to her success, stature, and talent as a performer, composer, and educator, Ms. Schubert has been featured in the first, second, and third editions of Who’s Who in Entertainment.
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