Our teachers come from all sorts of backgrounds, but they’re united by a common passion: Sharing the joy of music with children and families in the Savannah area!
All teachers have successfully completed the live Music Together® Teacher Training, which is built on research in early childhood and music development. We keep our skills fresh through workshops every semester and advanced trainings offered by Music Together Worldwide.
Kathy is a native of State College, PA. She graduated from Penn State in 1979 with a Bachelor of Science in Human Development. While in college, Kathy was a member of the Phyrst Phamly sing-a-long band and she began to develop a solo repertoire as a singer/guitarist. She spent the next ten years in Washington DC and San Francisco areas working full time and performing music part time in various clubs and restaurants. Upon returning to State College in 1990, Kathy was part of a jazz/swing trio called A Train that performed at the Central Pa. Festival of the Arts and various private functions.
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Miss Sue is a music educator with 35 years experience teaching in the New York State public school system. During that time, she loved teaching children in grades Kindergarten - Eighth Grade. She holds a Master’s degree in Music Education from The College of Saint Rose and is certified in Orff-Schulwerk, with experience in Kodaly, World Music Drumming and Contra Dance. She loves to play the piano and cello as well as sing. Miss Sue recently relocated to Pooler and is loving life in the south! She has one daughter and two lovable dogs.
Sue will teach our 5,6,7 class that we hope to start in the fall or winter. She will also teach Saturday morning Music Together for the 5 mos - 5 year children.
5,6,7 Class : Please email Miss Kathy at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in the 5,6,7 class.
The 5,6,7 music class will focus on fun ways of learning about music.Through singing, dance and movement, children will learn about music theory (basic note values and terms), singing on pitch together (through echo and improvisation), movement (dance and creative movement) and exploring instruments. Children will be encouraged to sing, dance and play individually and as a group. Through singing, movement and play, our older kids will enjoy a musical journey that teaches them new things as well as exploring new musical concepts...all while having fun!