Agueda Mesa Piano Teacher for Gray School of Music
Agueda Mesa started playing the piano when she was 6 years old in a private school of music in her hometown. Two years after, she entered the Professional Conservatory of Music “Muñoz Molleda” (La Línea de la Concepción, Spain) where she studied four years of piano performance. With 11 years old, she started her studies at the Conservatory of Music “Paco de Lucía” (Algeciras, Spain), graduating in 2015.
When she was 18 years old, she began her degree of Piano Performance at the Royal Conservatory of Music “Victoria Eugenia” in Granada (Spain), where she graduated with honors in 2020. After that, Agueda came to Dallas with a scholarship to study a Master of Music in Piano Performance at Southern Methodist University in the studio of Joaquín Achúcarro. She finished the master and graduated in 2022.
During her formation as a pianist, she attended many masterclasses of important musicians, such as Alexander Kandelaki, Nino Kereselidze, Guillermo González and Hui-Ying Liu-Tawastsjerna. Also, she has performed many times in different auditoriums of Spain as part of the young Spanish orchestras: “Joven Orquesta Lírica”, “Joven Orquesta Sinfónica de Granada” and “Orquesta de la Universidad de Granada”. Besides the piano, she studied 4 years of Trombone Performance in the Professional Conservatory “Ángel Barrios” in Granada, Spain.
Agueda has been teaching piano students since 2016, and she really enjoys it. She thinks it is a fundamental part of her growth as a musician. She has taught students of all ages and levels and she always tries to adapt to the needs of each student, trying to make lessons as enjoyable as possible.
In her free time, Agueda likes trying new restaurants, being with friends, watching Netflix shows or reading a book. Travelling and hiking are also two of her favorite things to do, butut her passion has always been music. She spends time listening to music, learning new pieces at the piano, or playing piano with friends.