Gloria Hague, piano
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Gloria Hague is a graduate of Westminster Choir College, where she studied piano with Harold Zabrack (himself a student of Nadia Boulanger). Gloria taught piano through high school, through college at the American Boychoir School, Princeton, NJ. After college, she opened a private piano studio that grew to fifty-five students in Carlisle, PA. She also taught piano through the completion of her Master’s degree.
Gloria also attended piano master classes with Rosalyn Tureck at Oxford University, UK and with Nelita True of Eastman in Philadelphia. During college she was a member of the Westminster Symphonic Choir which performed numerous times with the New York Philharmonic conducted by Zubin Mehta at Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center.
Ms. Hague has taught at Pinebrook Junior College, Dickinson College, Mercersburg Academy, St. James Academy, and at the Dragon School in Oxford, known as the best prep school in England.
Additional international experiences include a one-year stint teaching in a university in China for one year and performing in Israel.
In addition, she has conducted many adult and children’s choirs, most notably a choir of Army Colonels and their wives at the Army War College Protestant Chapel, Carlisle, Pa. which is our nation’s top Army graduate college; General Eisenhower, Alexander Haig and General Schwarzkopf are among those trained there. Gloria is recognized as an excellent piano teacher, having taught hundreds of students from the age of three through the age of seventy-five.