Our instruction is tailored to meet the needs of each student to make the study of music engaging, fulfilling, and fun. We offer weekly private lessons in Piano, Violin, and Voice. Students of all ages and levels are welcome, including adults. Lessons are offered starting at $100/month for 30-minute lessons depending on the age and level of the student. Contact us today to schedule your lessons!
Daniel K. DeKonty, Jr. is currently President of the Baldwin County Music Teacher’s Association, the local association for the MTNA. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Music with an emphasis in piano and voice from Kennesaw State University. Daniel also studied undergraduate music at Shorter College and Lee University as well as post-graduate work in music education at West Georgia University.
Daniel has been involved in music education and performance over the last twenty years. Daniel has worked as director of music and fine arts at West Union Baptist Church, Gray’s Chapel A.M.E. church, Church on the Word, and First Assembly of God. He believes that a good musician should be capable of performing multiple genres of music and teaches his students based on bringing out their strengths in the styles they enjoy and can most excel in.
Daniel has been in many choral and performance groups through his music career. He has performed in France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Russia. A background vocalist for live performances by Alvin Slaughter, Ron Kenoly, Lily Knowles, and Karen Wheaton; He has also been involved in recordings for Integrity Music, Brentwood Records, Benson and Pathway Press.
Hannah Koruschak began studying piano at age six. Due to family circumstances she studied under multiple teachers. While she flourished in spite of change, It exposed to her the value of consistent training and teachers who challenge their students in every aspect of music.
Hannah earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Piano Performance from Pensacola Christian College in 2015 and will receive her Master of Music in Piano Performance in May 2019. As a piano teacher, her desire is sharing her passion and love of music while giving well-rounded musical training to each and every one of her students. She has enjoyed teaching students of various ages and skill and loves to see the excitement of students when they grasp a new musical concept or technique.
Bethany Gorman began playing piano at age eight. Her enthusiasm for music and quick learning helped her excel in playing. As she continued to study piano through private lessons, accompanying, and competitions, she realized that music was a gift she wanted to share with others.
Bethany received her Bachelors of Science in Music Education with a Keyboard Emphasis from Pensacola Christian College in the Spring of 2017. Her experience as as undergraduate student taught her the value of hard work and self-discipline. Upon receiving her Bachelors degree, Bethany realized that there was so much more to learn about music. She continued her graduate studies at Pensacola Christian College and earned her Master of Music degree in the Spring of 2019. The amount of knowledge and growth that she received from her own professors inspires her to be the best teacher for her students. Bethany has taught students of various ages and loves the energy excitement that they bring to each lesson.
Joy has been teaching music for forty years and is as excited today as the day she started. She finds great delight in seeing students develop, enjoy, and then use their gifts to bless others. Piano and vocal instruction have been her main focus, but she also enjoys teaching or directing all other aspects of music. She received her Masters degree in Music Technology/ Secondary Ed ( under the prestigious Robert W Smith), from Troy University in Troy, Al. Joy has taught every age group possible and most enjoys the college campus classroom. Beyond teaching, she stays active writing, arranging, and performing or ministering through music. She will be directing Middle Schoolers at Bayshore Christian this coming Fall. Being part of the Steinway family in Spanish Fort is just the cherry on top! She knows that music is the universal language and desires to create amazing communicators across the Bay Area.
Kedra has played violin since starting at the age of nine in a fourth grade string class. She knows the value of both the school orchestra setting and private lessons. She credits her early violin teachers with passing on a passion for music by learning a repertoire of violin classics and moving ahead with challenging and enjoyable music. Kedra desires to pass on that passion for music to her students. Kedra values the benefit of playing an instrument with skill and the ability to pick it up and play anytime, anywhere, and for any occasion. She endeavors to pass onto students a joy in performing and sharing their music with others.
Kedra has over ten years of teaching experience. In addition to teaching private violin lessons, she has taught general music and orchestra classes at schools in Idaho, Washington, and Minnesota.
Kedra played violin with the Everett Symphony and currently plays at her church, Zion Lutheran in Silverhill. From 2001 to 2011 she worked as an ethnomusicologist specialist with Lutheran Bible Translators - facilitating and conducting songwriting and audio drama workshops in Botswana, Namibia, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Ghana, Nigeria, and Cameroon.
Kedra holds a Master of Arts in Ethnomusicology from Bethel University, St. Paul, Minnesota and a Bachelor of Music, music education major, from the University of Wyoming.
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