Dr. Stephen Fiess

Dr. Stephen Fiess

Nationally Certified MTNA and Guild Teachers

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Dr. Stephen Fiess

Nationally Certified MTNA and Guild Teachers

  • Piano (Classical)

Having served the community since 1989, High Range Piano, Inc. offers a comprehensive program of piano instruction for students Ages 7-99, and for all levels of studies from beginner through advanced. We welcome both children and adult beginners with no previous music training!! Lessons includes a combination of music theory, technique, repertoire and music history. As well, students are invited to attend studio performance classes, an annual studio recital; and have the opportunity to participate in both non-competitive and competitive events offered through the Colorado State Music Teachers Assocation, the National Guild of Piano Teachers, and other events made available through the local school music programs.

  • I am not legally permitted to work in the US
  • I teach kids & adults ages 7 and up
  • I can teach from my studio

Studio Lessons

16893 Boreas Court, Parker, CO 80134

  • 45 min : $30.00 - $40.00

I do not offer in-home lessons.

I do not offer online lessons.


Dr. Stephen Fiess, a native of Stratford, Ontario, Canada, holds degrees in piano performance from the University of Western Ontario, a Master’s degree in piano performance from Indiana University, and a Doctor of Musical Arts degree in piano performance, pedagogy and literature, from the University of Colorado at Boulder.

Mr. Wegener holds a Bachelor of Sacred Music degree from Phillips University, as well as additional studies at Westminster Choir College in Princeton, New Jersey, the University of Colorado, and Texas Christian University in Fort Worth. Both Dr. Fiess and Mr. Wegener serve in church music positions in the Denver area. Mr. Wegener has also served as a Vice-President of the Colorado State Music Teachers Association, Vice-President of the Colorado chapter of the National Association of Teachers of Singing, and as a Convocation Chair for the Denver Chapter of the American Guild of Organists.


Lessons includes a combination of music theory, technique, repertoire and music history. As well, students are invited to attend studio performance classes, an annual studio recital; and have the opportunity to participate in both non-competitive and competitive events offered through the Colorado State Music Teachers Association, the National Guild of Piano Teachers, and other events made available through the local school music programs.

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