A native of Japan, Tsukasa Mizuguchi-Waltich received her Bachelor’s degree from Wilkes University and Master’s degree from the State University of New York at Binghamton. During her time in school, she studied piano with Thomas Hrynkiw, Ann Liva, and Walter Ponce. She has performed numerous solo recitals, chamber music, and piano concertos, including Mendelssohn’s piano concerto, Saint-Saëns’ second piano concerto, and Beethoven’s first and fourth piano concertos. She has worked with the Wilkes Community Conservatory, the Arcadia Chorale, the Lyric Consort, the Encore Music Camp, the Performing Arts Institute, the Catholic Choral Society, and other organizations throughout the United States.
Tsukasa is employed as a piano instructor, accompanist, and pianist for Wyoming Seminary, Wilkes University, Misericordia University, Marywood University, Blair Academy in New Jersey, the Arcadia Chorale, and the NEPA Philharmonic. She is also an official accompanist of the Music Teacher’s National Association and has an active performing and teaching schedule in both the United States and Japan.