DMA, Northwestern University
In addition to studying at Northwestern, Susan Ramey Osborn has studied at University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (master's degree), Smith College (bachelor's degree), and The New School for Music Study in Princeton, New Jersey (professional teaching certificate). She also studied at the American Conservatory at Fontainebleau, France, and L'Ecole Normale de Musique, Paris, under a Harriet Hale Woolley Scholarship. Her performance teachers included Robert Miller, Serge Petitgirard, Michael Zenge, Phyllis Rappeport, Francis Whang, Jacob Lateiner, and David Kaiserman. Dr. Osborn studied pedagogy under Frances Clark, Louise Goss, Sam Holland, Frances Larimer, Elvina Truman Pearce, and Marcia Bosits. Dr. Osborn is also on the piano faculties of Northwestern University's Music Academy and Interlochen Arts Camp. Her teaching experience includes both private and group instruction for students of all ages and levels. As a performer, she has presented numerous recitals and has appeared as a soloist with orchestras. She is active as a performer and adjudicator in the Chicago area, a member of the honorary music society, Pi Kappa Lambda, and a member of Music Teachers National Association.