Rachel Izatt was born and raised in Gillette, Wyoming. She is known for her outstanding performances. Anything with music Rachel picks up very quickly. She has a strong love and passion for teaching and takes each student individually to meet their needs. She has a strong gift for teaching those of any ages. Rachel has been awarded countless awards. She is loved dearly by her students.
Rachel is currently in her senior year at Snow College in Ephraim Utah. She studies all genres of music there. Her bachelors degree will be in Commercial Music with an emphasis in vocal performance and music education. She will graduate in the spring of 2017. Rachel has been hired for many clinics and camps as a teacher, conductor, and guest artist. She has been recorded on albums both solo and backup vocals, and plans to record her own in the next few years. She loves to teach and inspire her students in any genre. From classical to country she can do it all!
This is my in home vocal studio. I LOVE teaching voice. My goal in my studio is to help students achieve their individual goals. I teach students where they are at and help take them where they want to go. I love my students and sharing my talents with them. I love to watch them grow and succeed!
A summer music camp ages 6-20. Full production show. Taught music, dance, and acting.
Warming up the choirs and teaching the class when professor was absent.
Assisting choral director with warm ups, conducting, playing piano, teaching sectionals, music theory concepts, teaching private voice.
Teaching elementary age students general music.
Founded in 1959, the American Choral Directors Association (ACDA) is a nonprofit music-education organization whose expressed purposes outline the associations dedication to the advancement of choral music. The mission of ACDA is to inspire excellence in choral music through education, performance, composition, and advocacy.
National Association for Music Education (NAfME), among the world’s largest arts education organizations, is the only association that addresses all aspects of music education. NAfME advocates at the local, state, and national levels; provides resources for teachers, parents, and administrators; hosts professional development events; and offers a variety of opportunities for students and teachers. The Association orchestrates success for millions of students nationwide and has supported music educators at all teaching levels for more than a century.
Inspired by the vision of Zoltán Kodály, the mission of the Organization of American Kodály Educators is to support music education of the highest quality, promote universal music literacy and lifelong music making, and preserve the musical heritage of the people of the United States of America through education, artistic performance, advocacy and research.