Michelle Mullane

Teaches: Voice and Piano

 
Teaching Philosophy: “Music expresses that which cannot be said and on which it is impossible to be silent” – Victor Hugo
Music is a gift.  It is a gift that has been given to me by many teachers, mentors and friends.  As an educator, it my great pleasure to give that gift to others.
Greatest Musical Influence: Lise Dunn, My Mom, Renee Fleming, Arrogant Worms, Steffany Gretzinger
 
When I’m not making music I’m: Traveling, drawing, painting, writing, hiking, baking, doing Pilates or eating chocolate
 
Current Music Projects: Music Teacher at William H. Rowe School in Yarmouth
Favorite place in Maine: Acadia National Park
 
To learn more about me:  http://michellemullane.com
For the last 10 years I’ve had the great joy of teaching music, art and preschool in a variety of settings. I’ve worked in both public and private schools, in addition to running a private music teaching company. I am currently the music teacher at William H. Rowe school in Yarmouth and am a certified teacher in both Maine and New York.  I hold a B.M. and M.S. in Music Education with concentrations in vocal music.

As an educator, and a person, it has become my mission to discover the song in my heart and let it out.  It’s my dream that I can help others to do the same, by sharing the tools that have been given to me.  I believe in the power of music to transform lives, classrooms, schools and communities.  I love sharing this passion with others.

When I’m not teaching music, you can probably find me wandering the globe, equipped with a camera, chocolate and art supplies. I also love Jesus and spend much of my time volunteering at church, often singing with a worship team or youth ministry group. I also enjoy crafts, Pilates, baking, painting, writing and redecorating my apartment.

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  1. Hi, My daughter is 13 & has expressed an interest in taking voice & piano lessons. She has had no musical background/training and would be a beginner. She is also shy & we are looking for private lessons to start out. I’m interested in learning more about the cost of private lessons, length of lessons, and if it is possible to request in person lessons.

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