Sally Buxton is a Nationally Certified Teacher of Music (NCTM) with the Music Teachers National Association. She has operated an independent piano studio for over 35 years. She holds a Bachelor of Music Degree in Piano Performance from Friends University in Wichita, Kansas. She is a past -president of the Wichita Metropolitan Music Teachers Association (WMMTA), the Kansas Music Teachers Association (KMTA), and has served on the board of the Wichita Area Piano Teachers League (WAPTL).
She has co-chaired many of the Wichita MMTA festivals, including the summer "Music Olympics 2008," the 2009 "World Music Festival," the 2010 "Back to the Future" Festival, and the 2011 Spring Festival: "Music Among Friends" Collaborative Music Festival. She has been an editor and recording pianist for the Kansas "Music Progressions" annual evaluation program. She is the organist for St. Michael's Western Rite Orthodox Christian Church in Wichita
Mrs. Buxton's studio is located in her home in Bel Aire, Kansas, a northeast suburb of Wichita. She teaches private lessons, augmented by theory and performance classes, computer lab theory, and she holds summer music day-camps. Students perform in care-home recitals, seasonal recitals, KMTA auditions, Kansas High School Activities Association festivals, WMMTA festivals, and KMTA's Music Progressions. Students are also encouraged to perform for their churches and schools and as accompanists.