What Can You Expect?
You will learn solid technique to feel physically (and emotionally!) good while playing and to avoid injury. I focus on deep connection with the music itself, its history, its composers, and with other people.
Maybe music gave you hope, made you feel understood and less alone. That’s what makes it so powerful. I study that connection in my academic pursuits, and I love applying that to lessons. When we create music, we connect people together. In a world that stands divided physically, politically, and emotionally, creating our own music is so important. I’d like to guide you to get started!
How to Start
Meet me at my next Virtual Open House!
Monday, November 23, 2–2:30 PM CST. Join here!
Bachelor of Arts in Piano Performance and English Literature from High Point University
Master of Music in Music Theory from Northwestern University
My goal as a teacher is to give you the best possible foundation for finding freedom, motivation, hope, and especially joy in your practice.
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