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THE MUSICADEMY - PIANO, GUITAR, BASS, & VOCAL INSTRUCTION

Contact: Irv Nelson

Phone: 435-770-2175

Email: irv@themusicademy.com

Website: themusicademy.com

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The most progressive, most accelerated, most fun music lessons in Cache Valley. Learn to play piano, guitar, or bass. Learn to sing without straining your voice. All levels, all ages, all musical genres.

Lessons are held at the Thatcher Young - Mansion, 35 West 100 South, Logan

GUITAR INSTRUCTION

Contact: Todd Milovich

Phone:435-770-0454

Email: todd.milovich@usu.edu

Website:

Bio

Learn to play the guitar. Times & content can be arranged with instructor.

Classes held at the Thatcher Young - Mansion, 2nd floor, 35 West 100 South, Logan

GUITAR INSTRUCTION

Contact: Kris Krompel

Phone: 435-760-1966

Bio

Learn to play the guitar. Times & content can be arranged with instructor. Classes are $75.00/month.

Classes held at the Thatcher Young - Mansion, 35 West 100 South, Logan

THE HATCH ACADEMY - VIOLIN

Contact: Rosemary Hatch

Phone: 435-932-0017 (call for prices)

Bio

Classes are held at the Thatcher Young - Mansion, 2nd floor, 35 West 100 South, Logan

LET'S PLAY MUSIC

Contact: Angela Millsap

Phone: (801) 647-4469

Email: amillsap77@gmail.com
Contact: Annie Miller
Phone: (435) 232-0341
Email: anniehmiller@gmail.com
Website: letsplaymusicsite.com

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Classes held at the Thatcher Young - Mansion, 2nd floor, 35 West 100 South, Logan

THE MELODIC HEALING HEART

Contact: Christine Burningham

Phone: 801-602-5753

Email: themelodichealingheart@gmail.com

More Info:Music for the Small & Tall

Website: htto://sites.google.com/site/music4st

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Classes held at the Thatcher Young - Mansion, 35 West 100 South, Logan

MUSIC FOR THE SMALL & TALL

Contact:Ewa Wilczynski

Phone: 435-755-0853

Email: music4st@comcast.net

More Info:Music for the Small & Tall

Website: htto://music4st.weebly.com

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Classes are offered in 8 week sessions.

• Tuesday 10:10 am - 10:50 am - Preschool Class
• Tuesday 11:00 am - 11:35 am - Family Class
• Tuesday 11:45 am - 12:15 pm - Babies and Tots


Classes held at the Thatcher Young - Mansion, 35 West 100 South, Logan

 

CVCA ART CAMP

CVCA CERAMICS

CVCA LOGAN YOUTH SHAKESPEARE

CVCA PUPPET PROGRAM

CACHE CHILDRENS CHOIR

GALLERY WALKS

HATCH ACADEMY OF MAGIC & MUSIC

MUSIC

MUSIC FOR THE SMALL & TALL

UNICORN THEATRE

VALLEY DANCE ENSEMBLE

 
 
   
  INSTRUCTOR BIOS  
  ANGELA MILLSAP    
 

She loves teaching children and Let's Play Music.

 

  ROSEMARY HATCH    
 

Violinist Rosemary Kimura Hatch received her Masters degree from the Yale School of Music and her Bachelors Degree with Performer’s Certificate from the Eastman School of Music. She has studied Chamber Music with the Fine Arts, Tokyo and Cleveland Quartets and with Raphael Hillyer. She has performed with the New Haven, Hartford, Shreveport, San Antonio and Houston Symphonies and with the Houston Grand Opera. Her principle private instructors have been Sergiu Luca, Syoko Aki, Peter Salaff, Charles Castleman and Martha Katz. As a violin teacher herself she has been on the faculty of Music Schools in New Haven, Milwaukee and Houston before opening her own music studio at the Hatch Academy of Magic and Music. She has spent the past several years on the faculty of the Interlochen Summer Arts Camp in Michigan. She and Richard Hatch were married in 1982 and have two children, Catherine and Jonathan. Having studied with some of the best violinists and violin teachers in the world, she now devotes her time to sharing this knowledge with her students.

 

  KRIS KROMPEL    
 

Guitar instruction for all levels of experience, ranging from rock, metal, classical, jazz, flamenco and country.

Kris Krompel has been teaching guitar for over 13 years, and is currently the guitarist for Katagory V.

 

  TODD MILOVICH    
 

Bio coming soon

 

  IRV NELSON   www.irvnelson.com
 

Dr. Irv Nelson has 50 years of musical experience. He plays all types of keyboard instruments, including piano, electric piano, electric organ, synthesizer, sampler, and pipe organ. In addition to keyboards, he plays guitar and bass guitar. Irv is an excellent tenor vocalist and also a choral conductor. He can read music and play by ear. His musical experience spans a wide variety of musical styles, including classical, musical theater, sacred, and rock. Irv has played in bands for nearly 40 years and is currently a member of four bands, including The Fender Benders classic rock band and Relic Acoustic Band. He is also a composer and arranger. Irv is a fun and enthusiastic instructor with many years of teaching experience in a variety of settings.

 

  EWA WILCZYNSKI    
 

Ewa Wilczynski has a Masters degree in Music Education from Marie Curie University in Poland. She has obtained Orff Schulwerk Teachers Training Certification (Levels 1 and 2) from Utah State University. Ewa has taught flute, piano, and music theory for over 25 years in Poland, New Jersey and Utah. Since moving to Logan in 1998, Ewa has volunteered in public schools, and served as director of the Mount Logan Middle School Flute Ensemble. She is currently on the faculty of the USU Youth Conservatory. Ewa is an experienced preschool music teacher and teaches early childhood music classes in Music for the Small and Tall, a program she founded together with Karen Teuscher. She is a member of the HiFalutin’ Flute Choir, the Utah Flute Association and serves on the board of the Utah Chapter of the American Orff Schulwerk Association.

 

  CHRISTINE BURNINGHAM    
  Christine A. Burningham, MT-BC is a board certified music therapist practicing in Logan, Utah.  She graduated in 2012 from Utah State University where she earned a Bachelor of the Arts in Music Therapy with an emphasis in Music Education and a minor in French.  She has additional certification in Orff - Schulwerk and Kodaly methods of music education for children. Her music therapy internship was located at Sunshine Terrace in Logan, Utah. There she learned to help a variety of individuals with differing needs from ages 3-95.  
Christine has 5 children with 20 years of experience working with children in the home, some with special needs, and helping in the school environment. She has volunteered over the past 15 years in Head Start classrooms, Elementary classrooms, and a Special Needs Institute class on the USU campus. Learning and using music through the child's natural element of "play" is one of her favorite past times.
 
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