Classical, Jazz, Pop, Film, Sacred
I am currently working as a graduate assistant at The Catholic University of America and I will be obtaining my Masters in Music this spring. My undergraduate is in Music Education, Piano. I obtained the degree from the University of Maine and continued on to teaching. I now work as an organist and director of music for The Catholic University of America in conjunction with the graduate assistant-ship. I have made several national television appearances on the EWTN network as director of music for several events. I continue to cultivate my love of teaching music at CUA by passing on my knowledge of music on to the undergraduates.
I have a deep love for passing on the art of music making. In 2011 I left for college to obtain a bachelor’s in music education so I could teach full time. During college I also ran a private studio in which I taught the local kids how to play piano and gave lessons for their band instruments. This activity set me on the course to teach as many students as I can through my musical career. I have a special interest in teaching students who are at the beginning stages of their musical endeavor. I believe that the most crucial teaching happens at the beginning because it sets the course for the rest of the students musical experience.
Bach, Mozart, Debussy, Rachmaninoff, Williams, Zimmer
Puerto Rico, Canada
I used to work as a BHP. I also have experience from the public school classroom
We received a class on Suzuki in our undergraduate at the University of Maine
Mr. G, I will be entering college to become a music teacher because of you.
I got into Berklee!
I am so much happier now that I can play piano.
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