Eliana Corredor has performed solo, duo piano, and chamber music recitals in Indianapolis, Cincinnati, and in the major cities of her native country Venezuela. Master of Music in Piano Performance from Butler University, Artist Diploma from University of Cincinnati's College-Conservatory of Music, and extensive study of Suzuki piano pedagogy with Rita Hauck. Her teachers have included Nora de Romero, Amílcar Rivas, and Arnaldo Pizzolante (in Venezuela), and Panayis Lyras, and Eugene and Elizabeth Pridonoff (in the United States). 

Ms. Corredor has been part of the faculty at the Midwest School of Music (in Indianapolis), the Wyoming Fine Arts Center (Now The Center for the Arts), the Cincinnati Music Academy, and currently runs her own piano studio in the Cincinnati (Montgomery) area, teaching different piano methods to a variety of students of all abilities (from 4-year-old children to adults)