My teaching style is tailored to each individual student at whatever level they are. Technique is a large element of what I teach as it is essential to work with as much control as possible so that one can express themselves musically with no hindrance due to lack of facility. Classical repertoire must be studied in my studio, but I also not only encourage but require my students to learn other styles of music. I find it is important to develop a large view of music as a whole.
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Bachelor of Music in Harp Performance, Master of Music in Harp Performance
BM Ball State University, MM Cleveland Institute of Music
Adjunct Professor Grand Valley State University, Harp Instructor Hope College
Type of harp
Classical, Folk/Celtic, Jazz/Pop
Ages and Levels
Beginners welcome, Adults welcome, No piano background required
Private Studio, College or University, Local school or pre-college music school, Summer Program