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Let's learn together.

One of the things that I love most about music is its lineage. In our technological age, there are few things left that are passed down through the spoken word, and musical study is one of those things. There is so much that music can teach us: confidence, empathy, organization, communication, creativity, skills that have served me well in my life not just as a musician but as a human being.

I draw upon 20 years of world-class instruction, and have had students place in the Tennessee Mid-State Orchestra and Curb Youth Symphony, along with acceptances to some of the nation’s finest schools of music. I’m not merely interested in developing great musicians; I want to develop resilient, kind individuals who are ready for whatever life throws at them. That is why I teach.

I teach out of my home studio in Bellevue, as well as serving as the professor of cello at Lipscomb University. The introductory lesson is always free. If you've ever thought about embarking on your own musical journey, don't hesitate to reach out.

Teaching: Welcome
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