William Perry has established a reputation as a diverse pianist, able to play many different styles of music from the standard classical repertoire to jazz and pop. He earned a Master of Music in Piano Performance and Pedagogy from Florida State University, where he was also a Graduate Teaching Assistant in Piano Pedagogy. He was a Piano Scholar and William E. Duckwitz award winner at Stetson University, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance. William has participated in piano festivals in Ireland, Czech Republic, France, and Italy. His recent research investigated the role of improvisation in piano music from the Baroque to modern eras. In his teaching, William believes in sharing with his students the tools and skills they need to teach themselves. He focuses on creating well-rounded pianists who have an intimate and personal understanding of the varied fundamentals and concepts involved with music making of all types.