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Hello! Here is a quick description of my studio information: I have been teaching private piano, voice and music theory lessons for over 18 years. While I consider myself foremost a performer and composer, I love sharing the joy and understanding of music with students young and old. With 25 years of performance experience, I have a wealth of knowledge and excitement for the art to share with my students from both the classical and musical-theatre repertoire. Voice â all ages (15 and older) focusing on bel canto techniques, predominantly utilizing the Marchesi Method (importance on intellectually understanding both the technical and the aesthetic nature of vocal music, from grand arias, show stopping Broadway solos to simple vocal exercises) Piano â all ages (5 and older).
Everything from beginner and intermediate classical piano, and beginner to advanced Jazz Piano.
I teach anyone who has an interest in, or passion for, music and music-related topics. I love building confidence and teaching tools that help aspiring musicians not only play music, but apply it to other areas of life. Music is a unique language that has its own set of rules, and I believe that learning music is an intrinsic part of enriching one's life.
I have been teaching piano since 2004. I use the Alfred series books with my students. I expect beginning students to practice 5 days a week for 10 minutes. As the student advances, so does the practice time. Once students are far enough along that we can supplement their repertoire with "big note" piano books, I encourage students to pick out a favorite song we can add to their lessons to keep their interest. I reward younger students weekly with stickers and invite all students to participate on studio recitals. While I want students to advance with musicality and technical proficiency, my biggest goal is for students to develop a love of music that they can carry with them the rest of their lives.
Once students have graduated from the Alfred series, I usually pull a fair amount of repertoire from the "Classics to Moderns" series and expand upon scales and arpeggios. I am also happy to work on modern repertoire if there is a particular song or band a student enjoys.
I earned my BA in music from Hood College and studied voice with acclaimed mezzo and pedagogue, Elaine Bonazzi, in NYC from 2003-2010. I currently coach with former Peabody faculty member, Ruth Drucker, in Baltimore. I have taught voice and piano at Mid-Maryland Performing Arts Center (2004-2008) and voice in Hood College's preparatory department (2007-2009). Along with currently teaching general music, voice, piano, drama and choir at a K-8 school, I also stay active as a professional operatic singer. Recent engagements include the title role in Donizzetti's "Daughter of the Regiment" and Mabel in "Pirates of Penzance" with Maryland Concert Opera, and soprano soloist in Hood College's annual "Messiah." I teach voice and beginning/intermediate piano out of my home. Students have ...
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