My teaching philosophy is traditionally based---classical music is the foundation, the very core of both piano and vocal study. However, other genres are incorporated into the learning process....not only for technique, but for sheer enjoyment.
It is extremely important to be consistent in attendance even if the student is not prepared. It is always better to attend the lesson and receive instruction for the following week. Practice is essential for the student to meet their maximum potential. A minimum of 25 to 30 minutes 5 days a week is required. If necessary, practice schedules can be discussed and altered on an individual basis.
Hunters' Music Studio gives two recitals each year where the students can showcase their talents. Students can also participate in the National Piano Ensemble, The National Piano Guild Auditions and Musical Events orchestrated by the National Teachers of Singing.
|City||Peoria , AZ|
|Address||10433 W. Los Gatos Drive|
|Phone Number||(602) 448-1651|
Laura Hunter, coloratura soprano, pianist, and accompanist is going into her 15th year of teaching voice and piano, as well as performing professionally throughout Arizona. Her students can be heard performing in all musical genres in venues around the world.....including Eger, Hungary, where she was invited to perform as well as establish a music program at Estherhazy, University. Miss Hunter began her early studies with her Mother, Elaine Hunter, and continued on to study at Grand Canyon University with Dr. Sheila Corley for voice and Dr. Judy Lively for piano. While attending GCU, Miss Hunter was honored to accept one of the most prestigious awards the academic community can bestow - selection to Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. Laura graduated from GCU receiveing a Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance.