Jonathan Scofield is a pianist and nationally certified teacher of music in piano. He currently serves as the Program Director of Vivo Professional Music School as well as the Assistant Treasurer and Theory Chair of Forum Music Teachers Association. His students have won awards in Forum Music Teachers Association competitions, TMTA theory exams, the Olshan Young Artists Competition, and ABRSM examinations. Jonathan Scofield received an 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 a member of the AURA Contemporary Ensemble. Jonathan Scofield has performed as a keyboardist with the Texas Music Festival Orchestra and Fellows and has worked with composers Rob Smith, Will Stackpole, Stephen Montague, Nathan Felix, and Stacy Garrop. He is a founding member of Moores Music in the City and recently collaborated with the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston in a multimedia performance, In Flanders Fields. His article, Lessons Learned from COVID-19 and Pizza Chains, was published in American Music Teacher. Jonathan Scofield believes in giving his students the strong foundation they need to chart their own musical paths and explore their own creativity.