Natalie Todd

Natalie Todd

Natalie Todd has been teaching since 2008, maintaining studios of up to 50 students at time. She holds two B.A.'s from Butler University in Music and English Literature, and a M.M. in Piano Performance from Kent State University. She is also a Certified Instructor of the Taubman Approach through the Golandsky Institute's Professional Training Program.

Born and raised in Fort Wayne, Indiana, Natalie first began studying the Taubman Approach after suffering an injury in graduate school. After finishing her degree, she moved to Hartford, Connecticut, to continue her Taubman studies with Yoriko Fieleke. She is currently the only Certified Taubman Instructor in Indiana. She lives in Carmel with her husband, Beatles scholar Aaron Krerowicz.  

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“The [Taubman] movements are designed to put you in the optimum position for every note, which means that once you get past the mechanics, you have more control over the sound of every note.”

TOM LAWTON, Senior Lecturer, University of the Arts