The studio’s legacy.
I am so happy to have met these great people who come to me to learn about music. They’ve left with confidence in themselves and the knowledge that they can do anything and be anything they choose. I hope they remember the little people, like me, that helped along the way and come back to say hi.
Alex started with piano, then sax, now guitar.
Autumn sings and plays the baritone.
Ayla is an ace in gymnastics and on the piano.
Harsha brings his math skills to the piano.
Irem studies piano and sings in shows.
Jackson is a wiz on sax and may try the oboe.
Jackson started on trombone and plays tuba also.
Jasmine is a singer and a bright light.
John didn’t think he could sing, now he sings in Italian.
Laney is a superstar with a stage name, La Ney.
Maille is the youngest singer to make Jazz U, and she is a horn player too.
Michael plays horn, trumpet, and piano and is a new member of the St. Louis Youth Orchestra.
Ron had never played trombone and started at 71, now he’s playing better than ever at 74.
Sam has an amazing voice and uses it well with the piano.
Sarah brings determination to the studio each week.
Shaym has tried trumpet and horn and stuck with horn.
Tanvi is an advanced pianist and a bright spirit.
Whitney has a great sense of music.
Worth always looking for a challenge can play trumpet, trombone, guitar, bass, and piano.
Piper plays piano and sings. Wow, what a voice!
Jonathon brings a desire to play like no other.
Become a storyteller of sound…
There are a lot of options when it comes to learning how to play great music. Come in for a free lesson to experience why I’m unlike most teachers at any level.
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