If you’re looking for an excellent Music Teacher, I would highly recommend the following teachers:

Eric Neumann

Hello. Please allow me to introduce myself. My name is Eric Neumann and I have recently moved to the Millville, Delaware area after retiring from the Andover Regional School District in New Jersey. I was a general/vocal music teacher and school administrator at the elementary and middle school levels for over thirty years. I was trained in classical piano and have experience in a variety of keyboard and vocal styles. Below is a list of my education and experiences.

Eastman School of Music with a Bachelor of Music degree in Music Education
Montclair State University with a Master of Arts degree in Music Education
East Stroudsburg University with a Master of Arts degree in Elementary Supervision

NJ Teacher of Music
NJ Supervisor
NJ Principal

Teaching Experience
Pre-Kindergarten to Eighth Grade – General/Vocal Music
Fifth Grade to Eighth Grade – Choral Director
Elementary – Gifted and Talented Program

Administrative Experience
Supervisor of Instruction
Assistant Principal
Director of Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment

Keyboard-Related Experience
Private piano and keyboard teacher providing lessons for children and adults
Keyboardist and Vocalist for area wedding band
Church Choir Director and Accompanist
Church Praise Team Keyboardist and Vocalist
Honor Choirs Accompanist

I am available at a reasonable rate for any students interested in private piano or keyboard lessons. If you have any questions, please contact me at ENpianomusic@gmail.com or 973-214-8739.

Jeff Scott

The Delaware Piano Studio is a private teaching institution owned and operated by Jeff Scott.

The studio is located at 201 South Main Street, Bridgeville, Delaware, 19933.

Mr. Scott has been giving piano lessons from this location for 25 years.  The historic home, “None Such Farms”, has a separate wing and entrance from the residence.  His studio boasts a 1985 Yamaha C 7 concert grand.

Mission Statement

There is an intention for each lesson:

1.       The student has a positive experience.
2.       The student is aware of something learned and of progress made.
3.       The student plays more musically at the end of the lesson than before.

Performance Opportunities

Every spring there is an “End of the Year” recital held at Union United Methodist Church.
Students also have the opportunity to participate in National Piano Auditions held every Spring.
Students are encouraged to seek out opportunities to share their music with the community.

• Contact
• Email: DelawarePianoStudio@gmail.com

• Studio Phone:
• (302) 337-3396

• Cell Phone:
• (302) 542-8683

• Website: DelawarePianoStudio.com

Victoria DiGiacoma


My name is Victoria DiGiacoma. I am a Christian piano teacher in the Georgetown / Harbeson area. I wanted to reach out to some local home school groups and families to see if there would be any interest in taking piano lessons.

I teach all styles and periods of music from beginner to intermediate levels. I stress the need for music theory, as I believe it to be essential and it is incorporated into each lesson.

The lessons are built to fit each student, individually, and according to what they have a desire to learn. I like to make the lessons fun and keep my students inspired. Most importantly, I want to not only instill a love for music and a desire to learn more about it, but also share the love of God with each student and encourage my students to learn more about their Savior.

If you have any interest or know of any families that would be interested please let me know. I can be contacted by either email at musicoftheheart63@gmail or phone at (302)245-0626.

Thank you and have a great day,

Victoria DiGiacoma

John  Gilmore

My name is John Gilmour, I’m a pianist and piano teacher currently accepting students of all ages for my piano studio in Lewes, Delaware. I am presently accepting students for online lessons only, but hopefully circumstances will allow me to offer in-person lessons soon!

As a teacher, I believe learning an instrument should be engaging and fun. Every time we sit down at the piano we have the opportunity to discover—I aim to inspire a spirit of playfulness and exploration in every lesson. I have a master’s degree in piano and years of teaching experience working with students of all ages. My teaching style is supportive and flexible, and I strive to enable efficient, musically engaged, and process-oriented learning. I believe it is essential to meet each student where they are, and tailor my approach to each individual.

John Gilmour

About John:
Pianist John Gilmour is active as an accompanist, chamber musician, and educator. He has served on the accompanying staff at Scripps College since 2017, and regularly performs with singers, instrumentalists, and choral ensembles.

As an educator, John was a founding staff member of Sister Cities Girlchoir, the tuition-free choral academy in Philadelphia, PA. He enjoys teaching piano to students of all ages, and has a special interest in helping his students discover healthy, embodied movement at the instrument. John has played in masterclasses with pianists Oliver Godin, Graham Johnson, Martin Katz, Arlene Shrut and Nelita True. He earned his master’s degree in collaborative piano at the University of California, Irvine, and is a graduate of Temple University. He currently studies with Nina Scolnik.


Ms. Max is an experienced piano teacher, having begun teaching while still a high school student. She has taught students ranging in age from 3-65, and uses a variety of piano method books and materials tailored to the age and interests of the student. She believes the most important benefit in studying piano is that it develops an enjoyment and appreciation for music that lasts a lifetime.

Ms. Max earned a BA in Choral Music Education from the University of Arizona after beginning college studies as a piano performance major, studying with Ozan Marsh, Nicholas Zumbro, and Richard Faith, and was awarded a full scholarship in piano performance. She also continued her education with graduate study in Choral Music at Arizona State University.

Ms. Max was a certified teacher in the Yamaha Education System as well as Yamaha Music in Education. She was a certified teacher in Arizona, teaching students in grades K-12 in general music, chorus, and piano class in public schools. She currently holds the music K-12 certification in New Jersey.

She has adjudicated choirs and solo and small ensemble performers, as well as conducting district honor choirs, and pit orchestras for school musicals.

Ms. Max has accompanied All-State and District Honor Choirs in Arizona, and has extensive accompanying experience with solo performers. She has also performed in orchestras for local and regional theaters.

Most recently Ms. Max has been the Carnegie Hall Music Program Coordinator for WorldStrides, an educational travel company based in New York, NY, producing music festivals for student performers in New York as well as in Reykjavík, Iceland and Sydney, Australia.


Naomi Spurlock



I am an experienced Piano Teacher looking for piano students.  I specialize in beginner students and will welcome students of any age.  I enjoy teaching immensely and want to be able to pass on my love of music to my students.  

I have a degree in Music Education from West Chester University, West Chester, Pennsylvania.

Lessons are weekly for half an hour.  Included in the lessons are playing songs that teach the student how to read music and songs and Music Theory that reinforce the lesson just learned. I encourage students to have fun playing while learning.

Students have a yearly Piano Recital to look forward to and to work for. This has always been an incentive to practice for students.

Please call or text me for more information.

Scott Schoem

Scott Schoem is an accomplished Sussex County piano teacher who has been fostering an appreciation of music through piano lessons for over 20 years. He teaches students of all ages.

Scott has performed as a professional musician in the DC area for nearly 30 years at venues such as Blues Alley, 9:30 Club, the Fillmore (Silver Spring, MD), the State Theatre (Falls Church, VA) and the Kennedy Center. You can find Scott  playing keyboards locally with several different bands.

Each student is an individual, and Scott caters to their interests and strengths to develop their musical abilities.  Students may also participate in an annual recital.  Musical styles taught include classical, rock, pop, blues, etc.

Scott is also a member of the Music Teachers National Association

Contact: Scott Schoem
Email: scottschoem@gmail.com
Phone / Text: 301-785-1682