Megan Hofreiter is a pianist and teacher based in Pennington, New Jersey. Since 2003 she has taught private lessons at Westminster Conservatory of Music, where she is also director of the summer piano camp. Ms. Hofreiter is an active accompanist, playing for Suzuki violin classes at Westminster Conservatory and ballet classes at the American Repertory Ballet’s Princeton Ballet School. She is a member of the Music Teachers' National Association and NJMTA, serving on the executive board since 2006. In 2007 she was recognized by MTNA as a Nationally Certified Teacher of Music.
Ms. Hofreiter holds a Master of Music in Piano Pedagogy and Performance from Westminster Choir College and a Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance with emphasis in pedagogy from Columbus State University. She has studied with Phyllis Alpert Lehrer, Betty Anne Díaz and Linda Dysons, and has performed in master classes with distinguished pianists and teachers including Ena Bronstein Barton, Paul Sheftel and Mikhail Yanovitsky.