ABRAHAM LEVITAN

Founder

Abraham is the founder and head of Piano Power. He began offering at-home piano lessons in 2001, continuously refining an engaging teaching style. He was proud to see students thriving through his curriculum, which mixed fundamentals, collaborative original compositions, classical repertoire, and the latest hits from top-forty radio. In 2007, he founded Piano Power, building a talented and enthusiastic team of instructors with this curriculum at its core.

A graduate of Yale University, Abraham has studied piano – jazz, classical, and rock – since 1984. While at Yale, he received the Selden Memorial Award for undergraduate contributions to the arts, and he toured the world as a member of the Whiffenpoofs, an a cappella singing group. In his spare time, he hosts Shame That Tune, a music comedy game show, and he contributes compositions to Chicago Public Radio’s Re:sound.  He also composes and performs as a member of the rock group Baby Teeth.