ęGould and Fall Piano 2002-2013
retired from UNC in the spring of 2005, Mr. Gould was hired as UNC's first ever full time piano technician. Also in 2005, Mr. Gould and Robyn Fall performed together as a piano duo for the Little Theatre of the Rockies production of "My Fair Lady". In 2007, after resigning from UNC, he increased his teaching load from 6 to 25 students and began tuning for more private clients. In October of 2009, the Gould and Fall Piano Duo debuted with a duet recital at Hensel Phelps Theatre in Greeley. Currently, Mr. Gould teaches 23 hours a week, practices solo and duo piano literature, and tunes for more than 200 private clients.
performance of "Always, Patsy Cline", as the keyboard player in the Patsy Cline Band. In October of 2009, Jeremy and Robyn performed their first duet recital as the "Gould and Fall Piano Duo".
Jeremy Gould began teaching privately in 1993 while a third year student at the University of Northern Colorado where he studied with Rob Hallquist and Vergie Amendola, and accompanied for nearly every studio and instrument. Also while at UNC, Mr. Gould sang in the chorus of the Opera "The Tales of Hoffman" by Offenbach, sang in Men's Glee under the direction of Galen Darrough, played alto saxophone in the UNC Pride of the Rockies marching band, played piano for the UNC Wind Ensemble under the baton of Dr. Singleton, and sang for one season in UNC's Vocal Jazz I ensemble. After earning his Bachelor of Music degree in 1995, he taught piano and music theory for two years at Aims community college, worked as an accompanist in various capacities at UNC, performed as a founding member of the Colorado Contemporary Music Consort (CCMC), and took Feldenkrais, Awareness Through Movement classes with Rob Hallquist. From 1998 to 2000 Mr. Gould earned a Masters degree in piano performance from University of New Mexico on full scholarship and taught sight singing and ear training as a teaching assistant. His teachers there included Arlet Felberg and Falko Steinbach. In the Fall of 2000, Mr. Gould returned to Greeley and resumed work as an accompanist and private piano instructor, and began performing again with the CCMC. In 2002, Mr. Gould and his wife, Robyn Fall, began teaching together as Gould and Fall Piano. Also at this time, Mr. Gould began his studies as a piano technician. He joined the Piano Technicians Guild as an associate member in 2003 and began an informal apprenticeship with Roger Peirce who was then the piano technician at UNC. After Mr. Peirce
Robyn Fall received her Bachelor of Arts Degree with an emphasis in piano from the University of Northern Colorado in 1996, where she studied with Dr. Rob Hallquist and Vergie Amendola. She has performed many times with the Colorado Contemporary Consort, a group which focuses on performing 20th century repertoire, since its founding in 1996.
Robyn went on to receive her Masters of Music Degree in Piano Performance from the University of New Mexico in 2000. While a student there, she studied with Arlette Felberg and Dr. Falko Steinback. While at UNM, she had the opportunity to perform in a Master Class for pianist Awadagin Pratt, and did extensive accompanying for the violin studio of Bernard Zink.
After returning to Colorado in 2000, Robyn has had teaching experience both in a private setting and in a school setting. From 2000 - 2002 she taught K-12 general music, choir, and drama at Briggsdale School. From 2006 - 2010, Robyn has served as the Music Director for K-8 at Mountain View Academy.
In 2001, she became a partner and founder with her husband, Jeremy Gould, of Gould and Fall Piano. In addition to teaching, she has done extensive accompanying contract work for students and faculty of University of Northern Colorado from 2002 - 2007, including accompanying for recitals, recordings, competitions, auditions, and Opera Scenes.
In 2005, Jeremy and Robyn performed a 2 piano arrangement of the Little Theatre of the Rockies rendition of "My Fair Lady". In the summer of 2006, Robyn performed again with the LTR in their