Lynne Wilby

Piano Instructor

Lynne Wilby began playing the piano at the age of three and gave her first full length solo concert at the age of nine. Her first teacher was her grandmother, pianist Laura LeVeille who with her husband, Philippe, co-founded the LeVeille Virtuoso School of Piano and Violin. Ms. Wilby continued her studies with her mother, concert pianist, composer and teacher Cecile LeVeille Campagna and earned diplomas in piano pedagogy, music theory and piano performance at the artist level.  While pursuing an education and successful career in business, music was always a vital part of her life, and in 1995, she decided to make music her full time vocation by establishing her own private piano studio. Since then she has enjoyed sharing her love of music with her many students and is doing her part to train the next generation of pianists, some of whom have continued their training at the college level and are also teaching, composing and performing.

Ms. Wilby is a nationally certified teacher of music, an active member of several music organizations including the New Hampshire Music Teachers Association and is frequently asked to adjudicate evaluations, festivals and competitions. She enjoys performing both the solo piano repertoire as well as collaborating with other musicians in duo and chamber music ensembles.  She has served as accompanist for several choral groups and theater companies throughout New England, including OPERAteurs, a vocal ensemble specializing in the Opera repertoire and currently serves as organist for Pilgrim United Church of Christ Brentwood-Kingston. As co-founder and principal pianist of Resonance Chamber Group, she has performed extensively with string and woodwind players to enthusiastic audiences.