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I hold a Master’s degree in Harp Performance and Pedagogy and I have experience teaching students with a wide range of ages and abilities. I especially enjoy starting young beginners with their first music lessons. I also have experience planning and directing recitals, coaching harp ensembles, and arranging music for harp ensemble.
Bachelor of Arts, Master of Music in Harp Performance, Other graduate or post-graduate arts degree
The Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University (MM Harp Performance/Pedagogy), Skidmore College (BA Music)
Maestro Ensembles/Bridges Program: harp instructor, piano instructor
Type of harp
Ages and Levels
Beginners welcome, Adults welcome, No piano background required
Private Studio, Student's Home, Local school or pre-college music school, Summer Program
I strive to teach with a well-rounded approach that includes music history, theory, note-reading, technique, musicality, performance techniques, and exposure to various sounds and genres. My goal is to recognize the potential in each student and challenge him or her in a way that encourages growth. The skills learned in solo and ensemble performance, as well as individual practice, are far-reaching; both students who become professional musicians as well as those who do not will experience benefits from music study in their personal, academic, and professional lives.