KFS – Piano & Voice Lessons
My teaching style is very interactive, personable and fun. I use Bastien, Alfred and Harmony teaching resources and supplemental materials as needed. We utilize my customized “Eight P’s” for Voice along with CD’s, books, etc. For Piano, we emphasize the 4 main areas of: Theory, Artistry, Technique and Performance.
As new lesson times and day openings become available, we will include an update on our web site and let you know. To ensure your name is added to our waiting list, simply click the “CONTACT Kat” tab at the top our Home page. Lesson days are Tuesday – Thursday afternoons and evenings each week.
Every year our annual recital includes memorized voice and piano music performances from all of our performing art students. For 2012, the students composed their very own songs and piano pieces. It was very challenging but exceptionally rewarding! In 2013, this will be our 6th annual recital featuring “Duet” performances from every student. Recitals include musical genre from one of the 4 following eras: Baroque, Romantic, Classical and Contemporary. All I can say is be prepared to cry! I have had several of these so-called “moments” during lesson times. We hope your heart embraces a new song after listening to our talented students!
2013 DUETS Recital
2012 “I am an Artist” Recital
Special thanks to… Jen Fields of J. Fields Photography & Scott Dyreng of Keystone Photography for taking our group recital portraits. 🙂
Fine Arts Scholarships
KFS proudly founded and sponsors 2 Fine Art Scholarships at Louisburg High School. This is one way we pay it forward and encourage the pursuit of arts throughout college and for a lifetime. Please consider contributing to our local talented students via the Louisburg Council of the Arts: www.ArtsintheBurg.org. To learn more, please go to: www.usd416.org.
Congratulations to these Louisburg High School scholarship recipients:
Aaron Redburn, 2012 Performance Arts Scholarship winner a guitar solo & 2 vocal solos (ragtime, rench opera) and Cheyenne Henderson, 2012 Visual Arts Scholarship winner for her multidimensional hand-made gown called “Wishing upon a Dress”. Kathryn Emerick, 2011 Visual Arts Scholarship winner for her chalk art of “Rose in Hand”.