- Levels Taught:
- Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
- Teaches students:
- Ages 6+
- Teaching since:
I am a fun teacher who specializes in building confidence through practice techniques and performance opportunities. I am devoted to making each student leave their lesson with a smile on their face. I have a Bachelor of Music from Berry College, and I am very actively involved in the Cobb County Music Teachers Association.
Piano lessons are tailored to the individual student. I teach all ages and all skill levels. We participate in Pianothon every Christmas, which is a performance at Town Center Mall raising funds for a local music scholarship. We also do an annual Spring Recital, which may have a special theme (last year was video game music). Piano students will learn theory, history, and a love for their instrument.
Voice lessons are any genre the student prefers. I love musical theatre, art songs, lieder, pop music, anime music, jazz, or even rap/hip-hop! Each year high school students have an opportunity to go to a state vocal competition. We prepare for school events or All-State Auditions or any other auditions or performance opportunities that may arise. Vocal students will learn theory, history, and technique applicable to the songs their singing.
I also offer field trips! I like to take my students out of the studio and to musicals or shows or even the Renaissance Festival to experience music in real life. Come along for the ride!
Taught piano and voice lessons in a music store setting. Planned and provided a venue for biannual student recitals.
Taught piano and voice lessons in a lessons studio to students of all ages and skill levels.
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