5 and a half years of college... Three years at a community college studying clarinet, voice, piano, oboe...took chorus, chamber choir, orchestra, music composition, filmscoring, theory, and private lessons. Primary: clarinet. Secondary: voice. My small vocal ensemble performed in Russia as "musical ambassadors" in 2008. 2.5 years at the University of South Florida studying music education with a focus on instrumental education. Studied privately on: voice, clarinet, oboe, piano, violin. (Also play recorder, some guitar, tinwhistle, sax, and flute.) Performed with: bands, choruses, orchestras, small vocal ensemble, wind trio/duet, Andrews Sisters trio, solo performances on clarinet, piano, voice. Substituted in music classes for two years. Coached students in public schools for a year. Taught orchestra and piano for 6 months at a magnet school after their teacher had to suddenly leave. Taught at my previous position for two years, and subbed long-term there the year prior. Last taught: guitar, advanced chorus, beginning chorus, advanced orchestra, beginning orchestra, and "musical theatre". Currently teaching private music lessons.
Semper Fidelis Award, and John Philip Sousa Award, Music Educator's Scholarship within my county when I was in high school, Most Valuable in performing arts at my community college.
Studied at a community college for 3 years (with the third year being only musical studies), and 2.5 years at the University of South Florida.
Visit my neato website! I was frustrated with the lack of consolidated information available on music education when I was in college, so I decided to collect the information myself. https://musicadventures.wordpress.com/
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