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Sierra S

Sierra S

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 I have been teaching in the Columbus area for 7 years.  I have studied piano and voice for 23 years performing and had experience auditioning for and performing in musical theater, opera, and contemporary settings.  I currently reside with my husband in Westerville where we run one location of my studios.  I also teach out of a church in Lewis Center where I lead worship.

Edward S

Edward S

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With beginners (children and adults alike) I like to start with the Faber and Faber Piano Adventures method books. I tailor each student's learning experience, creating an individual path to success. I stress the fundamentals of music (learning to read music, proper physical technique, etc.) in an engaging and fun manner.

Sarah G

Sarah G

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Whether you are just beginning your vocal adventure or you have had previous experience, you can count on me to help you along the way!  I love performing and I will help you work through any issues you may have.  Honestly, most confidence is built through practice and positive self talk. We will work together on this so you will shine your brightest!!!  I want you to grow as a vocalist and feel proud of your accomplishments!

Will T

Will T

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I began began my musical career as an elementary school student selecting the flute as my primary instrument. I dedicated over four hours a day to practice and skill development. My time in high school led me to perform in several high profile venues which include: Orlando Theme Parks, halftime shows with Ronnie Millsap, and The Georgia Mass Choir. Additionally, I was invited to perform with several honor bands which include: Georgia All State Band, All District Band and All Region Marching Band. I also was luck enough to study under: Dr. Francis McBeth, Dr. Eric Erickson, and Dr. David Holsinger. I privately studied flute under Ms. Sarah Tuck co-principal flautist of the San Diego Symphony Orchestra for two years. My professional career began when I entered into the United States Marine Corps as a flautist. I was stationed at Cherry Point and Camp LeJeune Marine Corps Bands. I served as assistant section leader and then section leader for over five years. I also joined the 122nd Army National Guard Band after my tour of duty ended, where I currently serve today. During my 15-year professional career I've performed in over 3,000 performances and for over 2.5 million people, including 2 US Presidents and 2 foreign officials. I currently serve as the orchestra director for High Street Christian Academy and High Street Baptist Church. I'm seeking the opportunity to assist your student in developing musically.

Katrina R

Katrina R

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I'm passionate about student growth through the wonderful medium that music is. I graduated from Wesleyan College in 2014 with a Bachelors of Arts in Music focused in Vocal performance and a studio art minor with a painting focuse, and this fall I am going to start working towards a Masters of Fine Arts at Columbus College of Art and Design. Music conects me to people, places, and my own emotions like nothing else. Every performance is a unique and exhilirating experience, and I have been privilaged to be able to perform in a mulitude of choirs in and out of school, as a soloist in the middle Georgia area and abroad. I treasure them equally whether it was a small choir with an audience smaller than the choir itself or an aria in Italy accompanied by an international orchestra.

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