Alan Wasserman is a noted educator and performer of classical piano music. He teaches privately in Jackson, NJ where students of all ages and levels of accomplishment (including established piano teachers) enjoy furthering their musical skills. A past President of two music educators associations in NJ, he has also performed in Russia, England, China, Austria and the United States - including the Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall in New York.

Alan is a lifelong student of piano technique and continues to pursue these studies. He is a twenty-six year participant of the famed Taubman and Golandsky Institutes at Amherst College, Williams College, and Princeton University.

Alan also regularly performs in the New York / New Jersey area. His unique style combines beautiful playing with amusing anecdotes about the lives and inspirations of history’s greatest composers. These performances are recorded and released on his Guided Listening CD series.