Mariam Nazarian

Delve into the world of music with piano lessons from the internationally acclaimed artist, Mariam Nazarian. Providing a holistic approach to performance, pedagogy, and music production, Mariam's piano lessons cater to students across all levels, from beginners to advanced.

A Maestro at the Piano: About Mariam Nazarian

Mariam's musical journey is marked by remarkable achievements and groundbreaking performances. At just 16, she became the youngest pianist in Carnegie Hall's history to perform J.S. Bach's Goldberg Variations. This early accolade set the tone for a career that would be characterized by innovation, collaboration, and dedication to the arts.

Mariam's passion for music extends beyond her own performances, as she collaborates with esteemed institutions such as the Princeton University's 3D3A Lab, the Leipzig Bach-Archiv, and the Berliner Philharmoniker. She is a Bösendorfer Artist, a highly respected pianist, and a graduate of the Mannes College of Music, Harvard University, and Clare Hall College, University of Cambridge.

Piano Lessons: Nurture Your Musical Talent

Mariam's piano lessons are available both in-person at her home studio in Princeton, NJ, and online, accommodating the needs of a range of students. With her holistic approach to teaching, Mariam nurtures musical talent in both children and adults, irrespective of their skill level.

Students under Mariam's tutelage will benefit from her rich performance history and innovative approach to music. In her lessons, Mariam emphasizes technique, theory, and the importance of musical interpretation, preparing her students for a comprehensive understanding of music.

Contacting Mariam Nazarian for Piano Lessons

If you're interested in starting your musical journey with Mariam, she can be contacted via email at or through her website. While she doesn't offer student recitals, Mariam's wealth of experience ensures students are guided by one of the industry's finest.

A Final Note

With her deep understanding of music and her unique pedagogical approach, Mariam Nazarian offers an unparalleled opportunity to learn from a true master. Whether you're a novice seeking an introduction to piano or an experienced pianist wishing to refine your craft, Mariam's piano lessons can guide you on your path to musical mastery. Connect with her today and experience the joy of piano under the guidance of a world-class artist.


Location: Princeton, NJ & Online

Methods: Home Studio, Online

Teaching Level(s): Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced

Student Age(s): Children, Adults

Bio: Mariam made her Carnegie Hall debut at age 16 as the youngest pianist in Carnegie's history to have performed J.S. Bach's Goldberg Variations, BWV 988. Her holistic approach to performance, research, production, and pedagogy, has brought about innovative projects in collaboration with Princeton University's 3D3A Lab and the Berliner Philharmoniker under the direction of Sir Simon Rattle; the Leipzig Bach-Archiv; as well as numerous benefit concerts – produced on behalf of The Scheide Fund (Princeton) and Nazarian Music & Media – that have featured the Monteverdi Choir and English Baroque Soloists under the direction of Sir John Eliot Gardiner; the Vienna, Zurich, and English Chamber Orchestras; Festival Strings Lucerne; Bach-Collegium Stuttgart; and the Philadelphia Orchestra, among many others. In addition to recording a critically-noted and commercially available CD of Bach's Goldberg Variations, appearing live on radio and television, winning prizes at competitions, and receiving international press recognition (in the Philadelphia Inquirer, The New York Times, TEEN PEOPLE Magazine, and “D” La Repubblica, among others), Mariam has performed as a recitalist, chamber musician and soloist with orchestras including Bach-Collegium Stuttgart, the Philadelphia Chamber Orchestra, and the Boston Pops, in venues including Symphony Hall (Boston), Lincoln Center / Alice Tully Hall (New York), Grand Philharmonic Hall (Saint Petersburg), the Glenn Gould Studio (Toronto), as well as in Spain, Italy, Germany, and Switzerland. Mariam has also co-produced guest speaker appearances with Harvard University's Office for the Arts and has served as programming advisor to the Arts Council of Princeton. She is a frequent contributor to documentary and narrative feature film projects including Philip Kaufman's MESHUGAH, Edoardo Ponti's CRESCENDO, while coaching actors like Elijah Wood in GRAND PIANO to enable successful outcomes in on-screen musical performances. Mariam (a Bösendorfer Artist since 2002) is a graduate of the Mannes College of Music (NYC), Harvard University, and Clare Hall College, University of Cambridge.

Student Recitals: No

Contact Methods: Email, Website