- Teaches students:
- Ages 4+ and special needs
- Teaching since:
Julie has been teaching private lessons since 2006 and is currently available to teach lessons at her home studio in five forks (Online instruction is available for long distance).
Julie perfected her profession during her time in Atlanta at Point University in 2006-2010 where she received a degree in Music.
She teaches all ages from children to adult, as well as all experience levels from beginner to intermediate and advanced, audition prep* various styles as well as for artists that are signed to labels.
*Trained in audition prep for major programs such as The Voice, America’s Got Talent to theatre and competition events.
Although taught the traditional teaching methods, Julie developed her own successful contemporary method of teaching to positively enhance the students strength, dexterity, ear-training, memorization and techniques. Her goal as a teacher is specifically designed to help you achieve your goals as an artist and a musician. As the owner of a private studio Julie is also able to provide opportunities, such as, Music education clinics for deeper study, recitals and live performances for her students to gain experience and confidence.
Lessons are scheduled to best fit to the student's schedule when possible. Julie is a very patient instructor and always understands that students learn at a different pace, after all everyone learns in their own way and that way is what works best for them.
If you are still on the fence try a FREE no commitment DEMO LESSON (it’s free so what do you have to lose). if you have any questions don’t hesitate to ask! :-)
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Before I started taking lessons from Julie, I had no idea what I was doing and could not sing to save my dog. Now I'm confident in my abilities and feel at home in front of a crowd