Christa Helene Williams
Adjunct professor, class piano
Christa Helene Williams joined the MTSU School of Music Faculty in Fall 2005 as an Adjunct Professor of class piano. Williams is founder and former Director of the Community Academy of Music and Arts (CAMA) at Tennessee State University in Nashville where she was also an Adjunct Professor of class and private piano. She has also been a piano instructor for children-adults as part of the CAMA School. She is currently a member of the National Music Teachers Association.
Williams holds a Master of Music degree from Middle Tennessee State University in piano where she studied with Dr. Charlene Harb, and Dr. Jerry Perkins and was a graduate teaching assistant of private piano. She received a Bachelor of Music in Piano performance from the University of Louisville School of Music where she studied piano with Dr. David Kaiserman, and Mr. Jeffrey Jamner, and piano pedagogy with Dr. Naomi Oliphant. She was awarded a scholarship based on performance to the University, won first place in the keyboard division of the Student Competition at the University of Louisville in 1986 and was President of the Women's Music Fraternity. Prior to college, Williams was a student of Mrs. Enid Katahn at the Blair School of Music in Nashville, TN.