Andrew & Rebeca Anderson
Andrew & Rebeca Anderson

Artisan Piano Inc. is a wholly owned family business.

Text or call Andrew Anderson at 830-307-8788

Text or call Rebeca Gonzalez de Anderson at 956-220-3630


Rebeca has taught private piano lessons for over 30 years.

In 1994, Rebeca attended the Master Class Course of Studies at the St Petersburg Conservatory in Russia, where she studied with Nadezda M Eismont. In 1995 she attended Russia’s Rachmaninoff College of Music’s Festival and Masterclass Course (Tambov), where she studied with Prof. Alexandrov.

She completed her basic piano studies with Ms Zamora and Mr Sergio Pena in her hometown of N.Laredo, Tam. Mexico.  Rebeca placed 2nd at the 3rd Fryderyk Chopin International Piano Competition in Corpus Christi, Tx, and placed 1st at the Sergio Pena State Competition in N.Laredo in 2004. 

Upon her return from Russia she furthered her studies with Dr Valeri Grokhovski  (San Antonio), Dr. Jan Drath (Corpus Christi), Dr Paul (University of North Texas, Denton) , and Dr Laura Spitzer (New Mexico State University, Las Cruces).  Her latest interest in Spanish music brought her to Granada in Adulucia, Spain where she visited the local musical scene.

In 2003, Mrs Gonzalez de Anderson  attended Princeton based Center for Music and Young Children completing the Introductory and Advanced training in Early Childhood Music Teaching.  Mrs Anderson was awarded Music Together certification level I status, having demonstrated outstanding achievement in teaching, musicianship,program philosophy, and parent education.  The certification was granted by Music Together LLC ‘s Founder/Director Kenneth K. Guilmartin.

The summer of 2022 the Symphony of the Hills performed Camile Saint-Saëns notable Organ Symphony under the direction of Dr Eugene Dowdy. As the third and very last of Saint-Saëns’ symphonies, it is considered as one of his most beloved works throughout his tremendous musical career. As a piece cast in two movements, “Organ” is nearly unprecedented in 19th century symphonic composition. Further reconfiguring 19th-century music, Saint-Saëns doesn’t just use an organ, but also a piano, to establish and communicate themes. Mrs Anderson had the opportunity to perform the piano part of this monumental work performed in the Texas Hillcountry. Dr Sabrian Adrien was the organ soloist.

Mrs. Gonzalez de Anderson teaches, plays for church services and works as a staff accompanist for the Schreiner University music department.


Andrew was born in Michigan and raised in Canada.  

His detail oriented personality, his experience in fine craftsmanship and his passion for music are reflected in the quality of the service he provides in the areas of piano sales, piano maintenance and teaching.  These areas of service have been enriched by years of continuing education through seminars, conventions and research.

Andrew started piano lessons at the age of twelve.  He continued lessons in college and has enjoyed playing piano ever since.  He completed his secondary education at Upper Columbia Academy in Washington and continued his studies at Andrews University and Walla Walla University. In 2002 he completed his coursework and became certified as a Piano Technician.

While in New Mexico, Andrew was mentored into the Piano Technician’s Guild by the late Guy Nichols.  Andrew has continued to value participation in the Piano Technician’s Guild for the opportunities in continuing education and professional discussion.

Currently Mr. Anderson services pianos, teaches and plays for several churches each weekend.