Adjunct Instructor and Artist-in-Residence, Heather Forsha teaches Aural Skills, private lessons, and plays collaboratively with faculty and students. She has extensive experience teaching piano, and has taught both private lessons and group classes at Concord Community Music School (Concord, NH), The New School for Music Study (currently The Frances Clark Center for Keyboard Pedagogy in Kingston, NJ), Westminster Choir College, Westminster Conservatory (Princeton, NJ), and Summer Sonatina International Piano Camp (Bennington, VT). In addition to her work in the private studio, Heather is a versatile collaborative pianist. She has played with soloists and small chamber groups, as well as choirs, and theater companies throughout New England, and with high school groups in Otsego County, NY. Expanding her choral background, Heather served as the musical director for New Rye Congregational Church (Epsom, NH), where she played service music and directed both adult and children's choirs.
Heather holds B.M. and M.M. degrees in Piano Performance and Pedagogy from Westminster Choir College of Rider University. Her teachers include Phyllis Lehrer, Frances Clark, and Louise Goss.