George Sitter, originally from New York, holds a degree in Music from Kingsborough College in Brooklyn. In addition, he studied at the Greenwich House Music School in New York City under the instruction of concert pianist Alexander Gunn. He has performed at the Greenwich House Theater.
George has been teaching piano for over 25 years. He enjoys exposing his students to a variety of genres in their studies, including classical, popular and musical theater music. In addition to teaching at Ambler Music Academy, George recently taught piano at the Kroc Center (Salvation Arm) in Philadelphia. Mr. Sitter enjoys working with students of all ages. He has taught students as young as three years old through adult. He is passionate about music, and as a teacher it is his mission to pass on the joy of music to others.
In addition to teaching Mr. Sitter is an active performer, having worked with music agent, Phillip Zager, performing in the Philadelphia area. He is also a certified piano tuner and technician, having studied with Mr. Merrill Jackson, a concert tuner and technician, and Cunningham Piano Company.
Throughout his music career, George has worked part-time in fundraising and subcription servies for the Kennedy Center National Symphony Orchestra in Washington, DC and Carnegie Hall in New York City. He is an advocate for the arts and making music accessible to all.