TakeLessons Community Shout Outs – Week of 3/10/14

TL team 2014Each week, TakeLessons students and teachers send us their shout outs. We’re so thankful to be a part of this positive and thriving community, so we’d like to share these messages with you. Check out all our shout outs for this week:

Tramane M. in Houston, TX wrote, “I am so proud to give a national shout out to one of my voice students, Kennadi A., who has earned the highest rating of “Superior” in a Solo and Ensemble contest on Saturday, March 1, 2014!!! It’s an awesome feeling when I receive these types of reports from my students! Go Kennadi!!”

Jennifer V. in Pittsburgh, PA wrote, “I am going to be featured this week in “The Examiner” an online music and singing magazine, AND I will be the featured Artist/Vocal Coach for Thumbtack contractors, this month! I figure I will be mentioning TakeLessons in my interviews. 🙂 So, it seemed like something to add to the happy news.” That is happy news indeed, Jennifer! We’re so proud to have you on the team!

Sophia S. in San Francisco, CA wrote, “I would like to congratulate all of my 14-year-old students: Kathlynn, Annika, and Riahna. Kathylnn was awarded the role of Flora in Turn of the Screw for San Francisco School of the Arts opera scene program, Annika performed a successful audition for Oakland School of the Arts, and Riahna was asked to sing two song selections in front of her entire student body, a performance in honor of Black History Month. Congratulations girls, I’m so proud of your bravery and hard work!” Well done Kathlynn, Annika, and Riahna!

Share your good news with the TakeLessons community by sending an email with your shout out to GoodNews@TakeLessons.com. Don’t forget to follow us on FacebookTwitterPinterest, and Instagram to keep the conversation going!

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