Thanks for visiting Pianoberries Music Studio! We have been offering piano lessons since 2010 to Brookline community.


Robin Cho

Director, Piano Instructor

Hello! My name is Robin Cho and I am the director of Pianoberries Music Studio.

When I first started teaching, I was teaching the way I was taught. I started my piano studies when I was 6 and studied with a classical piano repertoire. Through the study, I gained strong sightreading skill, perfect pitch, good technique and expressive artistry. Importantly, I became to find my passion for piano so I pursued my career by entering Berklee College of Music and became a professional pianist, composer, and teacher. My training worked for me so I believed my training and taught my students with a method that I was taught.

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As my teaching years were added, I became to think differently. I believe traditional method would give a strong foundation for the students but what about students who don’t get interested much and quit too soon before building it? Piano study is a journey and needs dedication. And this dedication comes from inspiration. In my lessons, Students are guided through a comprehensive study which covers all aspects of rhythm, technique, theory and sight reading with a variety of music from classical literature to popular and jazz. I explore music from any genre students enjoy including rock, jazz, contemporary, movies, Broadway and world music. Because each student is unique and hear, interpret, and express music differently, the student’s curriculum is always tailored to the student’s interests and goals.

Once students find the music they love they bring out all important life skills including concentration, grit, patience, perseverance to master it. Recitals and performances are also an important element of a students piano studies. These provide an opportunity for the students to share their gifts and talents with the audience and interact with other students.

As a teacher, I desire to cultivate a lifelong love of music in each of my students. It is my goal to develop in each of my students a comprehensive understanding of music that enables them to play the piano with utmost enjoyment and musicality, furthermore, help them to become well-rounded musicians who inspire others, support arts and music and appreciate beauty in the world around us.

Anna Unchu Pyon

Piano Instructor

Contemporary jazz and classical pianist Anna Unchu Pyon was born in Paju, South Korea and came to Augusta, Georgia in 2007 with her family. She studied at Augusta University in Georgia as a classical performance major, and she has won several top prizes at many competitions in Georgia. Afterward, she moved to Boston to study Jazz and composition at Berklee College of Music as a Berklee North American Scholarship recipient.  At Berklee, she was highly recognized with her talent and selected as a soloist for Berklee Piano Department piano solo concert.

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Anna has studied with the legendary musicians, such as Eddie Gomez, Benny Green and Ray Santisi in Boston. Anna also holds a Masters Degree from New England Conservatory where she studied with the finest pianist and a philosopher Ran Blake. A spiritual and powerful pianist, Anna Pyon is outreaching to the world with her music and talents.

Tim Maurice 

Piano Instructor

Born in Maine, Tim Maurice is a classically trained pianist living in the Greater Boston Area, where he works as a freelance composer, arranger, music director, pianist, and private instructor. Equally, at home in traditional and contemporary styles, Tim has performed in classical, music theater, pop, jazz, and Celtic styles. He has served as music director and accompanist at Suffolk University and Gann Academy. With a patient demeanor, Tim enjoys helping students play the music they’re excited about while learning fundamental music concepts. Tim is a graduate of the Berklee College of Music with a degree in film scoring.


Piano Instructor

Kevin Song received his Master of Music in Piano Performance and Pedagogy from the Peabody Conservatory in May 2018. There he studied with Marian Hahn, as well as received invaluable advising and evaluation for his piano teaching from faculty including co-director of the Peabody Preparatory Piano Academy Hyun-Sook Park and chair of music education Laura Parker.

Kevin studied piano with Shou-Ping Chiu before pursuing his B.A. in Music and Minor in Biology from Stony Brook University on full presidential scholarship. Due to inspiration from his mentors at Stony Brook including his teacher Pablo Lavandera, he made the decision to set aside the pre-medical track for a full-time pursuit of his passion for music. He has since aspired to show the enormous yet subtle value of music through both his performing and teaching.

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He has been the winner of several competitions, including the Stony Brook Undergraduate Concerto Competition for which he performed Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 2 with the Stony Brook University Orchestra. He has performed at Carnegie Hall in Weill Hall, and again with the Metropolitan Youth Orchestra of New York. Festivals he has attended include the Icicle Creek Winter Piano Festival, as well as the Oyster Bay Summer Music Festival on full scholarship.


Voice Instructor

Miss Abby is thrilled to be teaching voice for Pianoberries Music Studio!

Her mantra for teaching is to nurture the talents and passion that her students naturally have for singing. She strives to give her students the skills and knowledge to be smart and healthy musicians. She teaches to bring out the joy that every child innately has for music. Miss Abby hopes to inspire confidence and life-long love of singing in her students.

Well versed in opera and musical theatre styles, Miss Abby is currently studying for her M.M. in Opera Performance at the Longy School of Music in Boston. She earned her Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance at Ithaca College in May of 2017. Miss Abby has performed with professional and non-profit companies, studio programs, colleges, and has even directed and starred in her own productions. She is also Kindermusik certified, and has extensive training teaching voice and musicianship, specifically for young children.

Miss Abby is a native of Pittsburgh, PA. She loves to play tennis with her mom, cook with her family, and snuggle with her cat, Pippy. She also speaks Italian, and is currently learning German.

Mike Weidenfeller

Ukulele Instructor

Mike Weidenfeller has been performing and teaching on a variety of instruments for over 20 years. Has a Masters of Music from the Longy School of Music at Bard College and a Bachelors of Music from the Berklee College of Music. Since 2011, he has been teaching at Dana Hall in Wellesley. In addition to ukulele, he regularly performs solo jazz piano and guitar and plays with the bands Babaloo and Bella Lu







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