Welcome to Hands Together Piano Studio!
                     "Where it's always time to play"

Phone - (215) 657-8494
Email - cheryl@handstogether.net

Cheryl Goresko Woodford, NCTM

Piano is the joy of my life.  I love to play and teach.  I feel blessed to pass on the gift of music to students of any age.  Here are some highlights of my musical journey:


Celebrating 24 years of piano teaching in 2017
Achieved the status of ‘Permanent Professional Certified Teacher of Music in Piano’ in 2009
Served as President of my local music teachers chapter for two terms from from 2001 to 2005
Received National Certification from the Music Teachers National Association in 1999
Studied for several years with concert artists Sheila Paige and Alex Ramirez, experts in teaching proper technique and the joy of playing piano.  I still take lessons to improve my playing and teaching skills!
Continuously participate in educational programs and workshops through the Music
  Teachers National Association
Opened Hands Together Piano Studio in 1993
Earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music from the University of Pittsburgh, and took graduate music courses at Temple University
All after I started piano lessons at age 6 with the neighborhood teacher. I still enjoy taking piano lessons today!
Nationally Certified Teacher of Music, Music Teachers National Association



Relaxation and stress release
Creative outlet and expression of feelings
Sense of accomplishment
Part of a balanced life
Playing the piano is fun!
Listening skills improve
Peggy Hervas, Wynnewood
I have been driving my daughter 50 minutes each way, every week for almost two years for several reasons. One, Cheryl is a great teacher who has made piano fun for my 12yr. old. Two, the program really works. My daughter is playing songs she enjoys and her friends taking piano elsewhere have told her they wish they could switch. Three, we enjoy hearing her play! I feel very lucky to have found Cheryl and the Simply Music Program!
Jennifer Lutton, Langhorne
I'm so glad Devyn decided to be in the recital. I had originally thought she hadn't been playing long enough. Thanks for giving her the opportunity.
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