Phebe played for the National Youth Festival in Singapore and has also performed internationally with various choirs. She accompanied the North Central University Chorale in a performance at Carnegie Hall, New York, and was a featured soloist in the St Thomas Festival Orchestra Competition 2012, played with the members of the Minnesota Orchestra.
Phebe has been teaching piano for more than 10 years, passing on a genuine, life-long passion for music is her goal. She believes that music is a way to guide a student's artistic development and a means for her to serve others. She hope to see her students succeed in their life endeavors.
• Taught more than 25 students private (Beginner- Advance)
• Students participate in recitals and participate in the Minnesota Teachers Forum Recitals
and The Achievement Program (TAP)
• Taking part in the MMTA (Minnesota Music Teacher Association) State Piano Competition 2013
The Minneapolis Music Teachers Forum 2012
• Acted as the judge for the MMTF Recital
- Performing at Carnegie Hall, New York, Brooklyn Tabernacle Church, Brooklyn
• Performed around the United States and Europe
• Performed in school fund-raising events
• Managed and directed the Soprano and Alto during sectionals
• Represented the program and the program received grants and sponsorship
• Co-directed the entire program and mentored other piano teachers
and helped them throughout program
• Served on the WOVEN committee board
• Taught and mentored students, one-on-one and in groups
• Performed in North Central University Fund-raising event, nursing Homes
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