In today’s world, it is not enough for artists to master their craft; they must also be adept at promotion, collaboration, and leadership. I have dedicated my life to the path of becoming a consummate pianist; one milestone has been my solo performance at Carnegie Hall. At the same time, I have fostered my growth as a “complete package” of entrepreneurial and artistic ability through many and varied professional endeavors. To fulfill my creative goals and reach broader audiences, I frequently collaborate with individuals and organizations working in media other than music. As a result, I was featured in a documentary film titled 147 Pianos which was premiered in Chicago, Tucson and Ulaanbaatar . I often conceive and design projects with a strong visual component. While I was living in South Florida, I saw the possibility to take advantage of the beautiful natural setting to do a music video project on the beach. I have become self-sufficient through my experience in both performing and organizing concerts for music festivals. My experience has included more structured business environments while I worked for the Steinway and Sons and running my piano teaching studio. As a Mongolian-American pianist, I received several prizes from international competitions and was featured with Lynn and Mongolian Philharmonic Orchestras. Right now, I am working on bringing the beauty of Mongolian culture to an international audience as part of my doctoral dissertation and lecture recital.
My Teaching Studio
Shuree Piano Studio offers much more than just how to play the piano. As a student, you will also learn discipline, teamwork, and music education. I acknowledge that every student brings a unique qualities. My role is to be a resource person and motivate the student towards the success they envision. A primary goal of piano teaching is to give students the knowledge to understand and enjoy music for the rest of their lives.
My research project, “Mongolian Piano Music: Fusion of Classical and Folk styles in the piano works of Sharav”, was sponsored by the Council of American Overseas Research Centers and US Department of Education.
Shuree is a legend! What an incredible pianist and performer she has the audience mesmerized by her talent and glamorous beauty. You rock!
Geoff Sewell, CEO of Bravo Amici Incognito Artists