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“My style of teaching is active and collaborative. I encourage students to learn by doing, improvising and adapting with the learning process so that it is a creative endeavor that is meaningful to the individual. I strive to provide students with practical tools while encouraging them to think big and long-term. I hope my students come away with a heightened sense of their own possibility and the inspiration to tackle life creatively.”
“In Movement for Musicians, my focus is on wellness, flexibility, strength, improvisation, and artistic expression. As a private voice teacher with a home studio as well as one at New England Conservatory, I mentor private teachers with all levels of experience as we explore the art of teaching along with practical issues around setting up a private studio business. In the Artist Entrepreneur, I encourage students to think long term as they articulate their story as an artist with a mission, a leader, and a creative thinker. As someone who is always in the midst of one project or another, the course's capstone project is a welcome opportunity to mentor seniors as they prepare to leave Berklee and begin or continue their professional career..”
"I am a working artist operating in the live performance, recording, publishing, wellness, and education industries. This allows me to connect easily to those aspiring to create a sustainable multi-stream career in the music industry. As artistic director of a nonprofit arts collaborative, I share my experience of what is needed behind the curtain to keep the show running in a sustainable and healthy way. My training in wellness informs my professional and personal life, and I encourage students to develop and incorporate their own wellness habits and structures into their lives."