Jessica Mollè Voice & Piano Jessica Molle has been studying music for 18 years. She recently has graduated from SUNY Albany with a Bachelor’s in Music alongside a minor in Philosophy. She dedicates much of her free time exploring all genres of music, as her experience encompasses a variety of styles such as classical, theater, and contemporary. Her first instrument being the piano, she studied under private instruction until the age of 16. Throughout middle and high school she participatedRead More→
Zachary Bills Voice, Piano Beginner Guitar & Ukulele Zach is a recent graduate of SUNY Fredonia where completed both his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Music Education, concentrating on voice studies and choral conducting. Some of his favorite genres to sing are jazz, pop, and musical theatre, and he loves to accompany himself on the piano or ukulele. He is fortunate to have grown up surrounded by musical opportunities and experiences, as they have taught him to appreciate the naturalRead More→
Bethany McLean Flute, Piano, Music Theory, & Musiking Bethany McLean is a freelance flutist and educator based out of the Rochester, NY area. She is a substitute musician with the Billings Symphony Orchestra and has performed with the Regina Opera Orchestra in Brooklyn, NY. Bethany values building a strong musical and technical foundation while allowing students to pursue their own interests within music. She has an Artist Diploma in orchestral performance through the OAcademy fellowship program, a Masters of MusicRead More→
Spencer Glinski Bass Guitar Spencer has been playing music for 10 years. His main playing focus is bass guitar but is knowledgeable in other instruments as well. He graduated from Villa Maria with a Bachelors in Music. He is currently a student at UB in the Music Education program.
The Importance of Music Lessons for Children: What They Can Gain from Attending Did you know that children who attend music lessons have higher test scores and are more likely to participate in extracurricular activities? Music is a vital part of child development, and it can offer many benefits to your child. One-on-One vs Group Music Lessons One-on-one music lessons provide a child with the opportunity to learn at their own pace and level. One-on-one music lessons also allow aRead More→
How Music Can Benefit Your Child’s Studies Do you know that music has many benefits for children? In addition to being a form of entertainment and expression, music can help with anxiety, memory, focus, and communication, as well as build confidence and boost self-esteem. If you are looking for ways to help your child excel in their studies, look no further than music! How Does Music Alleviate Anxiety? For children struggling with anxiety, music can be a form of self-care.Read More→