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- Teaches students:
- Ages 10 to 30
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I am a professional, singer, and pianist. I hold duel Bachelor degrees in Music Education and voice performance from Westminster Choir College and Masters in Music from the University of Connecticut majoring in voice performance and pedagogy.
I teach piano students off all different ages and experience levels. I have been studying and playing classical piano for over 15 years. Throughout the years I have played jazz, Broadway and contemporary styles of music. As a seasoned public school teacher, I bring a wide array of approaches to guarantee student success. I can teach students to read and interpret music as well as pursue musical excellence. I can help students meet and exceed their goals as a musician.
My personal preference is classical but I firmly believe that great technique is essential to any and every style. I look forward to meeting you and helping you become a better musician.
general been teaching general music and choral music for the past 12 years. I am proud to say that I built the choral program in my school from the ground up. We now have two choirs, (a resident training choir, and a concert choir) and students that frequently perform with All City choral ensembles and the CMEA All State Elementary Chorus.
My general music classroom is equally exciting. I have taught classroom piano, classroom recorder, and recorder have an advanced recorder consort.
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