Clavier-Werke School of Music

1000 Westbank Dr Suite 6A
Austin, TX 78746
United States

During the COVID-19 outbreak all of our classes are interactive online only. They are listed on our “At Home” page. Click here to view our classes. 

More classes will be added upon demand. 

 

We believe music is a vital part of our lives. At Clavier-Werke, our goal is to encourage each student to achieve their best. We do this through a well-rounded curriculum of total musicianship, a curriculum that teaches technique and artistry through theory, instrument skills and performance skills.

We are excited to include a program that focuses on early childhood. It is  important that basic music skills are intruduced at a younger age. By doing so, children will develop not only a love for music, but also better musical skills that can be apply towards an instrument in the near future.

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Andres

Andres Vargas

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Andres Vargas

Andres Vargas was born in Chile, where he began his piano studies at the age of 3. He holds a Bachelors degree in Piano Performance from the Universidad Austral de Chile where he studied with Ximena Cabello. In 2004, he became a private student of Krassimira Jordan, artist-in-residence at Baylor University. In the fall of 2008, Andres relocated to the United States in order to pursue a Master’s degree in Piano Pedagogy and Performance at Baylor University. Prior to coming to the US, Andres taught in two Chilean music schools. He has been teaching piano as a private teacher for more than twenty years. As a teacher Andres enjoys having fun with his students and likes to communicate to them his love for music. Andres is fluent in English, Spanish and German and can teach piano in all three languages. “To become a good pianist you need to become the music, and you must be one with the piano. It is important to be able to connect your soul with your body in order to discover the perfect sound for music”.

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Jessy

Jessy Eubanks

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Jessy Eubanks

Jessy Eubanks is a teacher, composer, vocalist, percussionist, pianist, and audio engineer from Northern Virginia. She recently graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor of Music in Composition and a minor in business, where she studied composition with Yevgeniy Sharlat and Russell Podgorsek, voice with Cynthia Morrow and David Small, and drum set with Wayne Salzmann II. Jessy teaches both theory lab and composition lessons at Clavier-Werke, where she also recently started an online composition camp where students wrote and performed original works. Jessy is active as a vocalist, percussionist, pianist, composer, and she works as an audio engineer at the Butler School of Music. Recently she contributed to The Golden Hornet Project’s MXTX Sample Library, and her sound installation “Accumulation” was published in Apricity Art Magazine.

As a teacher, Jessy believes students should learn the material thoroughly and feel comfortable with music theory and the learning process. She understands that confidence, discipline, and creativity are the keys to good musicianship.

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