Mark Campbell, M.M.
Mark Campbell, born and raised in Provo, Utah, grew up in a family where music was very important, though neither of his parents were formally trained in music. A graduate of Brigham Young University, Mark has been teaching piano and organ for nearly ten years. Mark placed first in the Utah State Fair Music Competition in both the junior and senior divisions in 1999 and 2000. He has performed numerous solo and joint recitals and has also participated on the piano or organ in many choir and orchestral performances. For over ten years, he studied classical piano with Eileen Sears and Michelle Walz. Under the direction of Carol Dean, Douglas Bush and currently David Eaton, he has studied the organ and has served as the organist for several churches and community programs. As a private instructor, he has taught piano and organ to students, stressing the importance of proper practicing technique and theory. In 2016, Mark graduated with his Masters Degree in Organ Performance from UTSA. He is currently pursuing a Doctorate of Musical Arts in Organ Performance from the University of Kansas. He ultimately hopes to become a university professor. He enjoys working one-on-one with students and derives satisfaction from seeing them grow in their talents over the weeks and months he works with them. He also loves to be close to his family and spend time with his daughters, Ylena, Sophia, Miriam, his son, Christian, and his wife, Ashley.