Meet The Faculty

Director, Piano

Mrs. Liana Bramlett

Liana Bramlett began her piano studies at the age of 7 in Denver, Colorado. She continued her studies after moving to Texas by enrolling in the Tarrant County College Preparatory Piano Program, under the study of Renetta Frisque, where she participated in private piano studies, musicianship classes and ensemble work.

During her higher education, she attended Tarleton State University in Stephenville, Texas where she studied under the direction of Dr. Sophia Hyun-Me Park. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Piano Performance in 2003. While she was a student at Tarleton State University she was one of 20 students to be enrolled in the Presidential Honors Program, earning both the highest academic and music scholarship awards available to students. She was awarded the Outstanding Freshman Pianist award in 2000, the Most Improved Pianist award in 2001, and the Outstanding Pianist Award in 2002 and 2003. She was an Honors Recital participant each year she was a student at Tarleton State. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from Tarleton State University in 2003 with a 4.0 GPA and was named the Outstanding Graduate in the College of Liberal and Fine Arts.

While at Tarleton State University, she was an active member of the music fraternity Mu Phi Epsilon, where she served as Vice-President of the organization for two years and the student chapter of Music Teachers National Association, where she served as President for two years. Under the direction of Dr. Sophia Hyun-Me Park, she was awarded the opportunity to work with Dr. Rebecca Penneys, world-class pianist and professor at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, NY and Dr. Leslie Spotz, current professor of piano at Tarleton State University. She was a teaching assistant for Dr. Teresa Davidian, professor of theory and history at Tarleton State University and assisted with freshman theory and aural skills classes.

After graduation, Mrs. Bramlett taught private piano, musicianship, and group piano at Coppell Conservatory from 2003-2007. She loved teaching in the school environment and was honored to be mentored by April Boukadoum during her early teaching career. From 2008-2014, she opened a private studio in her home in Frisco, TX, where she maintained a studio of over 20 students. Her students have been frequent participants in many local festivals and competitions, where they frequently earn the highest marks and awards. She served as President of Carrollton Music Teachers Association from 2011-2013. She was also awarded Teacher of the Year for Carrollton Music Teachers Association in 2012. She is a frequent adjudicator for many local music associations.

Mrs. Bramlett is delighted to return to Coppell Conservatory as Director. She values excellence in music and teaching and shares her values through her warmth, compassion, and dedication to her students. She values a comprehensive music education, working diligently with her students to create musicality in their performances as well as an intimate knowledge of theory and history to accompany their playing.

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