Fumiko Honda Bauer has been playing piano ever since she was three and a half years old. In 2010 she joined the staff of the Waldorf School of Princeton, and for the past seven years she has served as the piano accompanist, playing for choral rehearsals, student and faculty theater productions, and school assemblies, as well as for eurythmy classes (Rudolf Steiner’s movement practice, not to be confused with Jaques-Dalcroze’s eurhythmics). Ms. Bauer earned her Dalcroze License in 2001 and Certificate in 1999, in studies with Marta Sanchez and Annabelle Joseph at Carnegie Mellon’s summer Dalcroze Institute. She also teaches Dalcroze classes for children and piano lessons at her home studio in Princeton, NJ. Ms. Bauer holds a Master of Music in Composition from Western Michigan University and a Bachelor of Arts in Music from Kunitachi College of Music, where she also studied voice. Her composition Journey for horn and piano was selected by the College Music Society to be premiered at its international conference in Quebec, Canada, in November 2005, with WMU's horn professor, Lin Foulk, performing.