Veronica Edwards Douglas

Veronica Edwards Douglas is a native of Humboldt, Tennessee and makes her home in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. She has spent her life in music studying piano at the very young age of three years old from her mother. Veronica spent her childhood competing and performing throughout her years in grade school and high school studying under the tutelage of the respected pedagogue and musician, Alice Adams Jackson of Humboldt, Tennessee. After high school graduation, she attended Middle Tennessee State University on scholarship studying with Dr. Jerry Perkins earning a Bachelor of Music degree in Piano Performance in 1990 and a Master of Arts degree in Piano Performance and Pedagogy in 1993. As a graduate teaching assistant, she taught applied piano lessons and class piano. Veronica currently conducts an active piano studio from her home and is adjunct professor of Piano at Tennessee State University in Nashville, Tennessee and at Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.
For the past thirty years, Douglas has conducted a successful and active piano studio, with students receiving honorable mention and superior ratings in the Tennessee Music Teachers Association competition, Clavierfest as well as other competitions.
Professor Douglas is a member of the Middle Tennessee Music Teachers Association previously holding office of president, secretary, handbook chairperson and Accreditation. From 2012 to 2014, she served as President of the Tennessee Music Teachers Association performing duties pertinent to that position. Veronica is the chairperson of the Murfreesboro area of the National Guild of Piano Teachers, which is the Teacher Division of the American College of Musicians.