- Levels Taught:
- Beginner, Intermediate
I'll work with you to figure out what your goals are and how best to reach them! Our lessons will involve/include warmups (maybe duets), etudes and exercises to develop technique, and repertoire pieces (music for recitals, auditions - or just for fun!).
- Teaches students:
- Ages 5+
- Teaching since:
Hi! My name is Holly, and I love music.
I'm a classically trained conductor, and work with several choirs in the Boston area. I went to school at the New England Conservatory, where I got masters degrees in Choral Conducting and Music History. Mostly, my work focuses on Renaissance and modern classical vocal music. Last year, I conducted seven full programs worth of music at several venues throughout the greater Boston area, and sang in several more.
I want to help you deepen your love for music, and develop your musical chops! Working together, we'll talk about what your goals are, and create a regular lesson schedule and plan to help you reach those goals!
I have experience teaching a lot of specific fields within music, so send me a message if you're looking to learn:
-music theory and musicianship (beginner-advanced)
-music history (beginner-advanced)
-keyboard harmony (beginner)
Hope to hear from you!
Substitute teacher for group musicianship classes of all levels! Ear training, piano skills, dictation, sight-singing, analysis.
I began giving private lessons at this time - first on flute, and later in other instruments/disciplines as well.
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Coached and conducted high-school student ensembles in pieces of modern music - often written by their peers!