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Sharon H.

Greenville, SC

About Sharon

I earned by Bachelor's degree from Bob Jones University in Piano Performance. where I taught, accompanied, and performed. My teachers include Lydia Bardin, Alice Gingery, Dr. Peter Davis, and Dr. Carol Baskins. While in college I enjoyed attending Interlochen Music Camp as a staff member. Since graduation I have continued teaching, accompanying, and performing. I also enjoy playing with the Greenville Concert Band when my schedule allows. My true love and passion is teaching, and I am thrilled to offer an innovative and exciting approach to piano study for students of all ages. My focus is on developing a love and appreciation for music that will last a lifetime whether as a professional musician or as an amateur. My students become enthralled with music by studying not only piano but

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Megan M.

Gaffney, SC

About Megan

I love teaching ALL ages, from beginners to professionals. Because EVERYONE can sing. Yes, everyone. I have experience working with all styles of singing, though my expertise is in Classical and Broadway. I offer private lessons beginning at age 7, and I love to offer classes for younger children when I have enough interest. I have many versatile strategies and offer a unique approach to singing that promotes self awareness, improved posture, and many other benefits beyond merely learning to sing!!! ***In-Home Lesson Equipment*** If you are interested in in-home lessons, you must have a piano or keyboard (5-octave minimum) in your home, as well as a music stand. All other equipment will be provided by the instructor.

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Julianne E.

Fountain Inn, SC

About Julianne

Holding degrees from both Mercer University and Clayton State University, Julianne Ensley began learning flute at age 10. Her adult flute study began with Catherine Bull, principal flutist of the Atlanta Baroque Orchestra, then for the past ten years with Christina Smith, principal flutist of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. She has studied in workshops with John Barcelona, Patricia George, Keith Underwood, and Tadeu Coelho. From 2008-2012, Mrs. Ensley served on the faculty of Gordon State College in Barnesville, GA as the flute instructor and director of the Wind and Strings Ensemble. After relocating to South Carolina in 2012, she served briefly as principal flute for the Fountain Inn Symphony Orchestra (2013). Her professional association affiliations include the South Carolina ...

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Kimilee B.

Greenville, SC

About Kimilee

Kimilee performed the role of “Christine Daae” in Webber’s Phantom of the Opera: Broadway, Switzerland, Toronto, US tour.  Also as "Carlotta" and “Madame Giry”, the only former “Christine” to play all three roles. NYC credits include Broadway’s The Pirate Queen; City Center: Josephine/ H.M.S. Pinafore, Mabel/Pirates of Penzance, Casilda/Gondoliers, Ida/Princess Ida, and Encores! Bye, Bye Birdie.  Other NY: Elsie/Yeomen of the Guard, Phyllis/Iolanthe, Angelina/Trial by Jury, Aline/The Sorcerer, Betty/Landscape of the Body, Stage Manager/Our Town, soloist /National Chorale (Avery Fisher Hall), and soloist in Handel’s Messiah/Lincoln Center and Utrecht, Holland. Regional Metropolitan Opera Auditions winner; regularly performs concerts worldwide.  M.M. Manhattan School of Music. ...

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Clinton R.

Travelers Rest, SC

About Clinton

Hello, my name is Clinton. I specialize is acoustic/traditional music. I have a bachelor's degree in Bluegrass, Old-Time and Country Music from East Tennessee State University (class of 2014). My performance history includes many styles, ranging from Bluegrass to classical and styles in between like jazz and blues. I have taught private lessons since 2008 to a wide variety of students of different ages and skill levels. My areas of focus at East Tennessee State University were upright bass/bass guitar and the mandolin family of instruments. But I also teach guitar and I intentionally apply music theory skills to all students.

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