- Teaches students:
- Ages 5+ and special needs
- Teaching since:
- January 2000
Offering lessons in piano, voice, conducting, and music theory/ear training for beginners through advanced students. I am a seasoned teacher and performer with a passion for teaching!
My name is Laura and I am excited to meet you! I am a college music professor, and I also sing professionally in both classical and jazz settings. I have been teaching private lessons for 17 years. Over this time, I have had the privilege of helping my students gain skill, confidence, and musicality. I went to the University of Iowa, the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and North Park University in Chicago.
In addition to teaching music, I also enjoy coaching people on developing a strong, confident speaking voice. I am currently available to teach lessons online or near my home.
I teach voice, ear training, music history, and conducting. I am also the conductor of the 50-voice choir Conservatory Singers.
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