Robin Zemp of the College of Charleston’s Department of Music, was recently honored by Music Teachers National Association (MTNA) as an MTNA Foundation Fellow at the 2011 MTNA National Conference in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in March.
Zemp is on the faculty of the College of Charleston, where he teaches piano and coaches voice students. He also maintains an independent studio. His students have won many state and regional competitions and awards. Having served in numerous capacities with the South Carolina Music Teachers Association, including president and vice president for conferences, he received the association’s Distinguished Service Award in 2006. A graduate of the Peabody Conservatory of Music, Zemp made his New York debut at Carnegie Recital Hall in 1984. In constant demand as both soloist and ensemble player, he performs more than 30 different programs each season.
The MTNA Foundation Fellow program offers a meaningful method of recognition for individuals who have made outstanding contributions to music teaching. The award is bestowed when a peer or group of peers donates $1,000 to the MTNA Foundation Fund in an individual’s name.
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