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Alison H

Alison H

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TEACHING:  Montessori Music Teacher, Northern Kentucky, 2010; Piano and Voice Teacher with Musika Lessons, 2008-; Substitute Music Teacher and Consultant in Public and Private schools, 1999-; Private Piano and Voice Teacher, 1998-; Adjunct Piano Professor, Indiana Wesleyan University, 2004-2007. PERFORMING:  Senior Staff Accompanist at Indiana Wesleyan University and Cincinnati Conservatory, 2004-2011; Pianist/Vocalist for Chemistry, a Cincinnati area rock/folk band, 2009-2011; Recording Artist, 2010; Performance and rehearsal pianist for professional theater companies, 2007-; Corporate Event, Convention, and Wedding performer, 2000-. COMPOSING/ARRANGING: Sacred Choral Composer, copyrighted, 1997-, including Songs of a Savior Advent series; Arranger for piano of pieces from all genres, including all arranging work for solo piano CD, Renaissance, 2010.  Weekly arranger of music for contemporary worship band.   DIRECTING: Producer and director of sacred and public/private school arts productions, 1999-, including actors, instrumental musicians, vocal performers, choirs, and lighting/tech/stage crews. Worship director of contemporary and traditional services, including band recruitment/training, service planning, music selection/rehearsal, and service leading, 2001-.  

Danette D

Danette D

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I have been experiencing the love of playing and performing music for 40 years and still find it challenging to this day.  Music is a journey of the senses which can open and expand our minds. For the first 11 years of my musical journey, I journeyed hours and hours in the discovery of the rhythms, notes and expression but I journeyed in solitude.  What a wonderful joy was awaiting me when I discovered how much fun it was to make music as part of an ensemble or as I like to think of it, a team.  A musical team can be a band, an orchestra, a chorus, a church choir, a quartet, or a duet, and in all cases it is exhilarating to make music with other people. I hope that I can guide and encourage my students to learn to enjoy this journey that can provide a life time of adventure, social interaction and creativity.

Andrea R

Andrea R

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My ultimate goal would be to guide students through their growth in music and abilities. There is nothing more rewarding than knowing that I have shared my knowledge and passion with a student and they grew from it. I believe that every student learns differently, so I teach lessons according to how they learn. I set up realistic goals for every lesson and I acknowledge progress and accomplishments to help fuel a students desire to continue in music.

John H

John H

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I graduated in 2011 from Appalachian State University with a Bachelorof Music in Voice Performacne and I continued my education at ASU and recieved my Masters of Music in Voice Performance in 2013. During both degrees, I performed mainstage roles such as Nemorino in Donizetti'sElixir of Love, the Witch in Humperdink's Hansel and Gretel, Bastienin Mozart's Bastien und Bastienne, and Gherardo in Puccini's GianniSchicchi, as well as performed solos with the Appalachian Chorale suchas Handel's Messiah and Mendelsohn's Elijah. In the summer of 2014, I participated in the New England Opera Intensive training program in Boston, MA where I sang roles in scenes from various operas. I amcurrently performing in the Opera Carolina chorus, working as a tenorsection leader in the Myers Park United Methodist choir and teachingprivately in the Charlotte area.

Kristina M

Kristina M

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I am a passionate, out going, realistic and motivational instructor. I adore working with children and sharing my love for music and music history. I graduated from RI College in 2014 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Arts and Sciences with a focus on Voice Performance. I have had opportunities to perform with the Opera Workshop of RI College, and some small opera groups and organizations in Massachusets, New York, Connecticut and Texas. I had the honor of performing for the Chaminade Club in Providence RI, as well as the opportunity to perform at the Annual "Bach Fest" in Poughkeepsie NY. I have also had the pleasure of taking part in a tour with the RI College Chorus to Austria, Slovakia and Czech Republic.

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