Linda Cobaugh

Instructor of Piano
Adjunct Faculty


After graduating from Seton Hill with a BM in Music Education, I continue my education with graduate studies at Duquesne and Temple Universities. I am also a board certified music therapist as well as a certified instructor of the Alexander Technique. My lessons are integrated with a therapeutic, holistic, educational approach which includes attention to performance anxiety skills while addressing healthy technique, study pieces, solo pieces, ear training, and theory. I began teaching piano lessons at Seton Hill in 1990 through the Community Arts Program. I have a broad base of musical studies including piano, guitar, voice, and children's choir as well as movement studies including T'ai Chi chuan and authentic movement. I frequently attend workshops and conferences to stay current of new trends. I am a member of the American Music Therapy Association.


Joined Seton Hill: 1990
Personal Areas of Interest:
Academic Areas of Interest: Music Education, Music Therapy, Piano


  • M.M.T. Temple University, B.M. in Music Education Seton Hill University


  • Alexander Technique Certification: Alexander Technique International [More Information]
  • Music Therapy Certification: Board Certified Music Therapist through CBMT [More Information]
  • Pennsylvania Teaching Certificate: Music