Isabel has always believed in pursuing creativity through all types of art, but mainly through music. Isabel first started piano lessons at Falcetti Music when she was 13 years old. When she was 16 years old, she began to teach her first student and realized how fun it really was. She decided to look into music education programs for high school and college. During Isabel's Senior year of high school she took a college level Music Theory course and was cast in the production of The Sound of Music as one of the children, where she experienced her singing debut! She has participated in the ATAM’s New England Music Festival and Competition and the Young Artist Competition at Westfield State University. Isabel completed her Bachelor’s Degree in Music at Westfield State University with a concentration in Music Education. She enjoys music theory, music history, playing and singing in ensembles.
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“Music is an awesome, artistic way that people can express who they truly are through sound. I believe music welcomes all, no matter a person’s background, and contains a sense of adventure for those who really want to find out all they can learn to do. I plan to focus on technique, theory, and interpretation of music while also providing the student with a fun learning experience. I want my students to feel comfortable learning while we open up new doors in the music world.”
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