Jonathan Scofield is a widely sought pianist and teacher based in Houston, TX. He received a MM with a concentration in piano performance from the University of Houston where he studied with Timothy Hester. While at UH, he served as a keyboard area and collaborative teaching assistant and performed as part of the University of Houston’s AURA Contemporary Ensemble. Jonathan Scofield has performed as a keyboardist with the Texas Music Festival Orchestra and Fellows and has recently worked with composers Rob Smith, Stephen Montague, and Stacy Garrop. He also teaches piano at Vivo Professional Music School in Houston where he is an events coordinator and director of the Vivace Summer Music Institute. Jonathan Scofield received a BM with a concentration in piano performance from the University of Montevallo where he studied with Cynthia MacCrae and additionally with Kevin Chance at the University of Alabama. While studying with Kevin Chance, Jonathan Scofield taught private piano lessons through the University of Alabama School of Music Community Music School and accompanied students at the University of Alabama School of Music. He studied piano with Douglas Weeks at Brevard Music Center during the summers of 2015 and 2016.
Jonathan Scofield is collegiate member of Music Teachers National Association and Texas Music Teachers Association. He has presented research on group piano pedagogy and teaching students with special needs at the 2018 TMTA State Convention. Jonathan Scofield has also served as president of Music Teachers National Association’s collegiate chapters at the University of Montevallo and the University of Houston. During his term as president of MNTA at UH, MTNA at UH was awarded the TMTEF Collegiate Chapter of the Year.