Pam Weeks Teaches: Fiddle, Viola, Guitar, Cello, Flute. Teaching Philosophy: Greatest Music Influences: When I’m not making music: Current Music Projects: Favorite place in Maine: To learn more: Pam Weeks is mountain dulcimer player, fiddler in Cajun, Quebecois, New England, and old-timey styles, multi-instrumentalist, singer, and educator. Pam Weeks, solo or with her bands, is…

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…

Mary Johnston Letellier Teaches: Voice Teaching Philosophy: I believe that anyone can sing, and everyone should be encouraged to find their voice. Greatest Music Influences: Verdi, Puccini, Sondheim, Beverly Sills, Maria Callas, Renee Fleming, The Beatles, The Association, Chris Connor, Ella Fitzgerald, Patti Lupone, Bernadette Peters When I’m not making music I’m:  baking and cooking all kinds…

Mesa Schubeck     Teaches: Piano, Voice, Ukulele Teaching Philosophy: Rhythm and song are in our nature and I believe everyone has the ability to learn and make music. As a teaching artist, I strive to create a positive, supportive, engaging environment for people to explore music and discover more about themselves. Greatest Music Influences: My family…

Alicia Phelps Teaches: Director of Community Partnerships and Special Programs. Teaches piano and voice. Teaching Philosophy: Music can be rewarding, fulfilling and accessible to absolutely everyone who chooses to bring it into their life. Greatest Music Influences: Ella Fitzgerald, Chick Corea, Stevie Wonder, Tony Bennett, Thundercat, Becca Stevens, James Taylor, Noname, Bobby McFerrin, Nai Palm, GoldLink, Kendrick Lamar,…

Kathy Slack Teaches: Voice Teaching Philosophy: Singing is food for the soul; it’s the communal connector; it’s the joy producer, and in many world cultures, it’s essential for a community’s daily existence. My belief is that we should encourage folks young and old to engage with their voices, as individuals and in groups, without inhibition…

Diana Hansen Teaches: Voice Teaching Philosophy: XXXXXX Greatest Music Influences: When I’m not making music: Current Projects: Favorite Place in Maine: To Learn More: Diana is a seasoned vocalist, rhythm guitar player and singer/songwriter. With a focus on jazz vocals, Diana sings a variety of styles: blues, contemporary folk, pop, and jazz. She performs throughout…

Amanda Gale Teaches: Piano, Flute, Voice Teaching philosophy/approach: As a teaching artist, it is my belief that every person should have the opportunity to discover and explore his or her innate potential as a musician through formal music education. In my opinion, the goal of music education is not only to form an appreciation of…

Jeff Christmas Teaches: Voice, Guitar Teaching Philosophy: No genre has a monopoly on good, healthy singing. Greatest Music Influences: They include Stevie Wonder, The Beatles, Beethoven, The Kingston Trio, Palestrina, Motley Crue, everybody. When I’m not making music: I’m spending time with my rad family (partner, 2 kids). Current Music Projects: I play bass in a…