Hi! My name is Chrissie Davis, and I have been playing and performing for the passed 20 years. I hold a Bachelor of Arts and Master of Musical Arts degrees from The University of Central Arkansas, and a Doctor of of Musical Arts in Performance and Pedagogy degree from The University of Southern Mississippi. I perform with the Little Rock Wind Symphony, as well as the Central Arkansas Flute choir, along with various other organizations around the area. I currently teach both flute and beginner piano lessons. I am also a member of the National Flute Association, National Association of Music Education and Music Teachers National Association.
I teach beginner piano and flute for all levels. I have been playing and performing for over 20 years, and have a Doctoral degree in music performance.
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