University of Arkansas Fort Smith (Music Education)
University Of Denver Lamont School of Music (Enrolled)
Adaptable, motivated cooperative, determined, energetic, and friendly musician. I grew up in a small town called Greenwood, AR. I started college as a graphic design major and did music on the side but soon discovered my passion for music. I graduated from the University of Arkansas - Fort Smith in 2010 with a bachelors degree in Music Education. I've played with a gamut people from young to experienced and in all kinds of genres from classical to jazz. Although I have plenty of experience in playing with multiple types of ensembles, my real passion and drive is in teaching music. My wish is to take my experience and knowledge I have gained through my career and giving it to anyone who wants it to help build new and better musicians for tomorrow or just to improve anyone's life with the joy of music.
I have taught many students with various ages. I am currently enrolled at the Lamont School of Music at the University of Denver pursuing my Masters degree in Trombone Performance which I will graduate with in the Spring of 2017. If you have any interest in contacting me for performances, private lessons, or masterclasses please go to my contact page and get my information. I love spreading my knowledge with anyone and everyone.
I have a degree in Music Education where I took classes to help me be a better musician and learn how to teach others the same. I have more than 4 years experience with teaching and I am currently getting my masters in trombone performance at DU.
If you want to advance your music skills faster than you thought possible and have fun doing it, contact me! Adaptable, motivated cooperative, determined, energetic, and friendly musician. I grew up in a small town called Greenwood, AR. I started college as a graphic design major and did music on the side but soon discovered my passion for music. I graduated from the University of Arkansas - Fort Smith in 2010 with a bachelors degree in Music Education.
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I have a bachelors degree in music education where I learned theory, ear training, form and analysis, and multiple other music subjects. I am currently taking history and theory classes at a graduate level at the Lamont School of Music at DU.
I have a undergraduate degree in Music Education where my main instrument was trombone. I am currently pursuing my master's in trombone performance at the Lamont School of Music at DU. I have played in professional orchestras to small chamber ensembles. I have been teaching for roughly 4 years and love it.