- Levels Taught:
- Elementary, Middle School, High School, College
- Teaches students:
- Females 5+, males 5 to 29 and special needs
- Teaching since:
- February 2014
Nicole recently moved to NY from South Florida. She attended Florida School of the Arts as a musical theatre major. She was a member of Alpha Psi Omega-theatre honor society and earned her Associates degree in April 2008, later continuing at Florida Atlantic University. Nicole graduated with her undergraduate degree in August 2010.
Favorite roles include: Shirley Markowitz/Old Lady in The Producers at the Tamarac Theatre, Jan in Grease at The Lakeworth Playhouse, and Spinster/Southern Lady in Lucky Stiff at Florida School of The Arts.
She teaches drama, musical theatre and private voice to students of all ages. Nicole has also had the privilege to adjudicate local high school thespian competitions. She is a proud member of the Theatre League of South Florida.
Currently, she is attending graduate school for theatre education at Adelphi University.
*** Specialties ***
Taught a variety of subjects in different classrooms and grade levels.
Taught Improvisation, theatre, musical theatre and singing to girls ages 8-16.
Taught Vocal Lessons to all ages at the South Florida Location.
Music director for afterschool and camp musical theatre programs as well as a performer in their professional theater company.
Performed on tour in a childrens theatre production.
Taught private lessons to students of all ages.
Certified to Teach Elementary Education k-5
Certified to teach theatre 6-12
"She is a most talented instructor and well paced."
Art is a natural expression of everything that is good, everything that is hopeful, everything that is beautiful about the human experience. Also, art is a great social developer. The researchers found that music powerfully influenced the emotional ratings of the faces. Happy music made happy faces seem even happier while sad music exaggerated the melancholy of a frown. A similar effect was also observed with neutral faces. The simple moral is that the emotions of music are “cross-modal,” and can easily spread from sensory system to another.
In the world of music, “a limited set of tones is the starting point for melodies, which in turn are arranged into complex structures to create symphonies.” Buehler thinks (2014), “of an orchestra, where each instrument plays a relatively simple series of tones.” We practice singing up to 8 forward and singing descend from 8 to 1. Plus, we sung in the key of C and use the triads in CDEFGABC, The experience was awesome, Cool.
Research findings says, “Only when combined do these tones become the complex sound we call 'jazz' or 'classical music.'” Imperatively (2014), “music is just one example of a hierarchical system, where patterns are nested within larger patterns—similar to the way characters form words, which form sentences, then chapters and eventually a novel”(in quoted text)..
Buehler states, “Composers have exploited the concept of hierarchies for thousands of years, perhaps unknowingly, but only recently have these systems been understood mathematically.” “This math shows that the principles of musical composition are shared by many seemingly diverse hierarchical systems, suggesting many exciting avenues to explore”(Buehler,2014).
Buehler,B. (2014) “I use Music to make better spider silk, universal patterns of
Nature. New Scientist. Retrieved from 11/5/2016.
Nicole was great and my daughter Christina enjoyed her first singing lesson.