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Furman University (Music Ed)
Georgia State University (Master's)
I have been a music educator in public and Independent schools for 34 years. I have also worked as a church choir director and have taught voice lessons. I have taught Choral music from pre-school through college. The majority of my teaching has been 6 - 12th grades. I have an undergraduate degree in Music Education and a Masters Degree in Music. I have taught voice and piano off and on throughout my career.
I am presently looking for a few middle school age students to teach voice/music theory/performance to in a private setting.
My passion is teaching young people and watching them achieve their goals, such as overcoming their fear of performance, getting selected for a "part" they audition for, become a better singer, become more proficient in music reading. I have always loved the classroom and still teach in the classroom, but I also love teaching students one on one.
I love teaching students music theory so that they can work independently. I have taught voice to choirs and individuals throughout my career.
Let me help you be the best musician you can be! I have been a music educator in public and Independent schools for 34 years. I have also worked as a church choir director and have taught voice lessons. I have taught Choral music from pre-school through college. The majority of my teaching has been 6 - 12th grades. I have an undergraduate
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