- M.M. in Piano Performance from University of Northern Colorado (2007)
- B.M. in Piano Performance/Pedagogy from Colorado State University (2004)
- A.A. from Lake Michigan College (2001)
Brooke Elzey began teaching piano lessons and performing in 1999 while attending Lake Michigan College. She then moved to Colorado in 2002 to attend Colorado State University and continue teaching piano. From there, she received a Teaching Assistantship to the University of Northern Colorado to teach piano lessons and Class Piano I and II while working on her Master’s Degree in Music.
Currently, Brooke is an Associate Professor of Music at Aims Community College where she teaches Music Appreciation, Survey of World Music, Music History I and II and piano. She also serves on the advisory board for the International Keyboard Odyssiad and Festival (IKOF), which takes place during the summer at Colorado State University. Brooke has also served as an adjudicator for the Greeley Area Music Teacher Association and the Fort Collins Music Teacher Association piano competitions and festivals.
Brooke Elzey believes that providing an open-minded classroom and sharing her passion of music with students will help them to both enrich their lives and reach their educational and life goals. Whether it be playing music together, learning about the wonders of music or being there as a supportive mentor for students, Brooke truly loves being a music educator and part of the Aims family.