University of North Alabama and University of Alabama in Huntsville (BS History, BM Music)
University of Alabama (Master's)
University of Alabama in Huntsville (Graduate Coursework)
My name is Anna-Kat, or just Anna. I began teaching private music lessons when I was 16, teaching piano and then later voice. I earned my first Bachelors degree from the University of North Alabama in May of 2012. From there, I took a break for a semester, tutoring students at the local private schools and working before going to graduate school at the University of Alabama. My Masters is in Library and Information Sciences specializing in research development and technologies. After my grad degree, I took some more time to work and teach before returning to school for my second Bachelors, this time in Music. Currently, I am working on my Masters in History :)
I have worked with a wide range of students ranging from disabilities to fast track students keeping ahead. I enjoy helping students connect the dots and understand that next step so that they may move on.
I am very passionate about history. It's the little known facts and details that interest me. A friend once said that history was their favorite class because you just go and listen to a story, then repeat the story on the test. While they had a point in some respects, there is so much more to history. The intricacies, the hidden details, the mysteries...it's a boundless and enthralling study. I do have a Bachelors in History and am currently working on my Masters.
I began studying music before I can remember. My mother is a musician, so I grew up surrounded by it. I have played violin, clarinet, handbells, and organ, and still perform piano and voice. I have studied with numerous current professional performers including countertenor Ray Chenez, Dr. Terrance Brown, Dr. Aaron Cain, and Dr. Lucy DeSa.
If you would like to know anything else, feel free to ask! Hello!
My name is Anna-Kat, or just Anna. I began teaching private music lessons when I was 16, teaching piano and then later voice. I earned my first Bachelors degree from the University of North Alabama in May of 2012. From there,
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