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Angela H

Angela H

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I started playing piano at age seven when my mother enrolled me in lessons. I have been playing ever since, and I absolutely love it. I began teaching private piano lessons in 2003, and have taught many thousands of lessons since that time. I have experience accompanying choirs, instrumentalists, and vocalists, as well as playing as a soloist in various piano competitions and recitals. I recently began taking lessons in jazz piano, a genre I never learned much about. I believe it is never too late to learn something new, and I am excited to start this new chapter of my musical life and to use this new knowledge to enhance my own teaching.My love of singing began in my freshman year of high school, when I joined the choir. It was a life-changing experience, and inspired me to make music my career. I immediately began taking private voice lessons, and became a voice teacher myself by 2005. While in college, I was presented with many opportunities to learn and grow, both as a musician and as a teacher. I sang in several different collegiate choirs, and was nominated to be in the all-collegiate choir in 2007. I also passed yearly auditions to sing in Voices Only, Lindenwood’s most advanced vocal group. During my junior and senior years at Lindenwood, I worked as the assistant director of Voices Only. This was a wonderful opportunity, and I learned so much while leading warm-ups every day, running sectionals on a weekly basis, directing the group during rehearsals and even during performances when the director was away. I currently sing in the Saint Louis Harmony Chorus, one of the top 25 women's barbershop choruses in the world. I am on the music faculty of the chorus, and am also the baritone section leader. I also sing in an award-winning barbershop quartet called Executive Sweets.

Elizabeth P

Elizabeth P

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Giving the gift of music is a priviledge and an honor to me.  I love to see my students grow in ways both musically and in life.  I see students gain confidence they never thought they'd have and go for opportunities they never thought they'd get!  I make an exceptional effort to make the student comfortable and to move at the pace the student needs to while giving them just enough push to achieve success as defined by them.  I also make an effort for my musical passion to be contagious and give the student what they need to keep their drive for musical success!

Amy W

Amy W

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I teach to the student. I take his or her individual goals and aid him or her in accomplishing them in a healthy way. I will take the steps necessary to set up proper technique to support my students goals. 

Michelle K

Michelle K

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Also known under my stage name Lady Mak, I am currently the lead female vocalist for Missouri based band, Spontaneous Serendipity.  I've made it to the producer rounds for popular TV shows Duets, American Idol, The Voice, and Americas Got Talent.  I was also invited by the Kansas City Chiefs organization to perform at half time for the Breast Cancer Awareness game on October 13, 2013 for a sold out Arrowhead Stadium. I have performed the National and Canadian anthems on several occasions for both the St. Louis Cardinals and St. Louis Blues organizations, and am currently working with LA based songwriter, DJ Scandalous on my first ever Pop solo EP, The Mak Project due out this year!

Timothy M

Timothy M

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My teaching style varies depending on what the student is looking to do. I try to teach the number system to all my students especially those seeking to play in Church or with a cover band. I love when I see the light bulb go off in the first few sessions as things start making sense. 

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