Savannah Bergli is a Pianist, teacher, and composer from Oslo, Norway. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Piano Performance at The New school´s Mannes School of Music where she studied with Inessa Zaretsky.
She started playing piano at the age of 5 and attended the prestigious Barratt Due Institute of Music in Oslo, Norway from Ages 8 to 12. In her teen years, she moved to the United States in pursuit of improvement and experience. She studied under Timothy Hoft at the University of Las Vegas and then she went on to perform in festivals and competitions in Oslo, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New Jersey, Boston, and New York. She was awarded second prize at the 2016 Bushell piano competition. In 2018 Savannah Bergli debuted as Composer in Boston with her piece Avskjeds Preludie.
Savannah’s approach to teaching involves work on body awareness and setting up proper piano technique as well as stimulating a creative mindset in the students themselves by exposing them to diverse styles of music from many different time periods. Over time her work has been focused on younger students, some of which she has prepared for prestigious certification exams such as ABRSM.
Outside of practicing music Savannah enjoys spending time in nature and cross country running.
She has been writing comic books since the young age of 5 and is a skilled visual artist.