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JANET FLYE'S BIOGRAPHY: "Quality begins with the teacher" A native of Jacksonville, Florida, Janet Shultz Flye began her piano studies at the age of 5. Her classical training began with Mrs. Joy W. Warren who was a student of Dr. Leo Podolski, concert artist and former faculty member of Sherwood School of Music, Chicago. She began her University piano studies with Dr. Roger Cushman, Professor of Piano at Stetson University, M.A. at Yale U. School of Music and received his Doctorate at Oxford University School of Music. Her vocal studies began with Mrs. Mollie Rich, Professor of Voice at Stetson University. After receiving her Bachelor of Music Education (BME) degree at Stetson University in piano and voice. She did further vocal study under Jane Rolandi, Opera Singer and Professor of voice at Converse College. She has not only taught, but performed on stage, in churches and community events. She has over 20 years’ experience with teaching young and advanced students in piano and voice. She has also taught successful elementary and High School Choir programs, Conducted the SC Children's Theater, Children's choir was chosen to perform a “Premier” for the East Coast Choral Conductors Conference. She has been honored for the work she accomplished with students in her church and community. Her private Voice and piano students have always received the highest marks when performing for NFMC or MTA competitions. She has currently relocated to Spring Texas and will begin taking students in August of 2016-2017. A member of the Music Teachers Association (MTA), the Cypress Creek Music Teachers’ Association (CCMTA) and The National Federation of Music Clubs (NFMC). Her studio is open to students of all ages and abilities, from beginners who are learning basic concepts in music to advanced students preparing for competitions and auditions. She believes in leading the pupil step by step; and no detail left undone. All piano students will be taken through an excellent series of books, including theory, sight reading, technique, and memorization. All honor students beginning with third grade will perform in the Music Teachers' Association Competition. They will be required to play pieces from different stylistic periods. Voice students will study Art Songs in Italian, French, and English; vocal exercises and breathing techniques, theory, rhythm, ear training, and sight reading to give them a solid vocal education. Students who perform must be practiced and prepared before recital or competition. Desiring every student to have an encouraging and positive experience, because this is vital to their success. If you are interested in broadening your child's horizons and developing his or her talents in these areas, please contact Janet Flye. With Kindest Regards, Janet S. Flye

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