Brittany Glenny Moreno has been teaching piano for over 20 years and is an active pianist and accompanist in the Twin Cities area.
She has instructed private piano students at the Music Academy in the Minnetonka Schools, where she developed and incorporated her instrumental improvisations for her students into their classes. In Kentucky, Ms. Moreno has taught private and group courses at the Sacred Heart School for the Arts and led the Suzuki piano department activities as well. She primarily taught private piano at Indiana University Southeast and served as the principal collaborative accompanist/organist and assistant choral director at the Watkins United Methodist Church. Ms. Moreno was selected to attend and perform in the late Maurice Hinson’s Dorsey local piano pedagogy classes. In Tennessee, she was the principal pianist and accompanist at Faith Bible Fellowship. In the Philippines, at Union Church of Manila, she accompanied for several choir concerts and musical theater productions. She received her M.A. in Music Education with a Piano Pedagogy Emphasis at St. Scholastica and studied piano with Sir Greg Zuniega and piano and music theory with Father Manuel Maramba. She has a B.A. in Music with a Piano Emphasis and studied with Richard Lange at the University of Northwestern, St. Paul, MN, where she taught private piano at the Music Academy. Upon her undergraduate degree completion, she enrolled in graduate courses in the music program at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota and taught early childhood music at MacPhail Center for Music. Her publications have been featured in Accent, the Alumni Newsletter of Northwestern College, St. Paul and in the Practical Homeschooling magazine, with her article entitled “How to Pick a Piano Teacher.” She has received the awards of Outstanding teacher from the Sacred Heart School for the Arts in Kentucky in 2014 and also from the Kentucky Music Teachers’ Association in 2017 and the “Artist of the Month” in a 2010 Tennessee magazine feature article. Her students have done well in competitions. Ms. Moreno is a certified Suzuki Piano Teacher and is an active member of the Music Teachers National Association and Minnesota Music Teachers’ Association and the National Guild of Piano Teachers. As a piano instrumentalist, she is creating a piano method to help her students develop their improvisational skills and is also working towards the release of her first set of piano instrumental compositions. In a performance at the Sacred Heart School for the Arts, she received the following review, “Ms. Moreno is a brilliant pianist and an incredible technician.”