Creator and founder of Music Mind Games
Michiko is the owner of Music Mind Games, LLC and has three grown children, two grandchildren and a service dog named Zoli.
She is the author of “Music Mind Games”, Musopoly, “No H in Snake: Music Theory for Children, the Puppy Packet, the Panda Packs and joint author of Teaching Suzuki Piano: Ten Teacher’s Viewpoints. Michiko is featured in "Who's Who in America", "Who's Who in American Education" and "Who's Who in American Women”.
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Michiko received her undergraduate music degree in piano performance and did her master work in music theory at Ohio University in Athens, Ohio. Her professor was the distinguished pianist/educator George Katz with whom she is still in contact. His lineage is remarkable: Raieff (Juliard), Siloti (Rachmaninoff's cousin) Liszt, Czerny and Beethoven. Raieff also studied with Schnabel who was a student of Czerny.
Michiko has been teaching for 42 years. She currently has an independent piano studio in Kensington, Maryland.
She is a piano Teacher Trainer with the Suzuki Association of the Americas.
From 1994 – 2006 she was on faculty at the Levine School of Music where she was founder and chair of the Suzuki Piano and Music Mind Games Departments.
Michiko has been holding workshops for music teachers for since 1974.
Michiko has traveled to Australia, Canada, Denmark, England, Japan, Holland, Iceland, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Norway, Puerto Rico, Scotland, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and more than forty states in the United States to lead hundreds of teacher training seminars and teach at music workshops and conventions.