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Students learn good vocal habits.
Breathing, posture, support, projection.
Ear training, tone quality, phrasing.
Age appropriate repertoire including: folk, classical, foreign language pieces, musical, pop.

General Music:
Varies depending on students needs and ability.
Includes music literacy (reading/writing music).
Finding pitch, ear training, voice, recorder, basic keyboard and ukulele.

Flute or Clarinet:
I teach beginning and intermediate levels.
Great for students starting band.

$30 for 30 minute session.
School Consultations and Teacher Workshops:

Preschool curricular consultations, Music curriculum for young children, assessment of school needs and individualized teacher workshops for early childhood music and movement are available on a limited basis. Fees vary according to time and materials necessary.

Pamela Evans has taught music and art to children and young adults for over 25 years. She has a diverse background in the Arts and has worked for such distinguished organizations as Carnegie Hall, Disney World, the American Symphony Orchestra League and Equity Library Theatre, NYC. She also served as the Children’s Arts Programs Coordinator for the Mountain Art Guild in Chattanooga, TN for three years. Her degree in Music is from Wells College with an emphasis in voice, and includes studies at Cornell and Oxford University.

Pam has led various age choirs and instrumental ensembles (K-12). She has taught music at Free Union Country School, Murray Elementary School, and developed specific curricula for students with special needs in Greene County Schools. She teaches Art and Music for UVa's Curry School Saturday Enrichment Program (SEP) for gifted students. Pam has worked with nationally renowned childhood educators including: Don Campbell (author of the Mozart Effect), Dr. Carla Hannaford (author of Smart Moves; Why Learning is not All in Your Head), and Mary Sheedy Kurcinka (author of Raising Your Spirited Child). Pam was named one of the outstanding music and movement teachers in the country by the Skoe Foundation.