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Sam Stewart (she/her) is The Director of Children's programming and an Early Childhood Specialist and a certified children’s music instructor, and she's thrilled to join the Practice Makes Perfect team! She grew up in the Greensburg area, and spent her 20s between Boston and Albany, making music and working with children. Now that she has a toddler of her own, she’s happy to be back in her hometown, doing the work that she loves in a community that she loves. As a career childhood specialist Sam knows that music is integral to children’s development; as a mother she knows that your children are everything to you. She brings that understanding into every music class and is ready to help your little ones get every benefit from their early musical education while having fun!
Danielle will be teaching Clarinet and Saxophone!! Danielle has been a Clarinetist for 15 years. Her fascination with music began at the age of 9 when she was granted the opportunity to play in her school’s Elementary Band. She fell in love with the instrument and continued to play in various ensembles throughout her academic career. She participated in Concert Band where she was principal chair for the saxophone section, Marching Band where she was Clarinet Section Leader for 3 years as well as a band officer, Jazz Band where she was lead Alto Saxophone and a featured soloist, Senior Choir, and the annual high school musical where she received a lead role. In addition to Clarinet, Danielle has been playing guitar since age 12, Saxophone since age 14, and Ukulele since age 16. Her ever-growing love of music led to her furthering her studies at Seton Hill University where she was a Music Education major. Danielle is currently continuing her education, specializing in Early Childhood Ed. She loves working with children and helping them to achieve their goals. It is her life’s passion to teach the next generation of musicians and help them foster a love and appreciation for music that is even greater than her own. Danielle teachers virtually and out of the Green Beacon Gallery in Greensburg.
Julia is an experienced musician who lives in the Greensburg area. She is originally from North Huntingdon where she started playing string bass at 8 years old, and flute at 9 years old. Julia played in the symphony orchestra at Indiana University of Pennsylvania where she graduated in 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in Deaf Education and Elementary Education. She regularly plays for local college, high school, and community musicals. She has been a member of the Seton Hill flute choir, as well as a paid member of Sinfonia in Seton Hill. Julia continues to be an active member of the music community and looks forward to the opportunity to teach music lessons with Practice Makes Perfect music studio! Julia teaches virtually and from both the Green Beacon Gallery in Greensburg and the Connellsville Community Center
Join us on Sunday, February 18th for our Love Notes Cabaret from 7-9pm at Sobel's Obscure Brewery in Jeannette! Our Fundraising event for our Frances Fund will feature musical performances, Karaoke and we are happy to have SugarCloud Cookies and Confections and Foxy Frans Catering and Vending Service at the event to provide some delicious food and desserts.
The event will feature:
- A silent auction with artwork and products donated by amazing local artists and local businesses
- A note writing station to write a "Love Note Around The World" for the American Cancer Society. Money from writ