Rock Hill Academy Of Music

Rock Hill Academy Of Music

5.0(3 reviews)
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I believe communication between students and parents is extremely important. I provide options for repertoire and ask that students be honest. I incorporate music theory in lessons. We have 2-3 recitals per year plus other performance opportunities.

I find great joy in teaching music and love teaching. I love seeing my students succeed and excel. I am their biggest fan and cheerleader. Music has always been a great source of joy and happiness to me and I hope my students feel that.


1 employee
1 year in business
Serves Rock Hill , SC
Offers online services

Payment methods

Cash, Venmo, Paypal, Zelle

Photos and videos

  • My flute teacher
  • Utah County Flute Choir
  • Making musical instruments
  • Student recital
  • Student recital

  • Reviews

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    rebecca G.

    Angela has taught me a tone about singing and she has always believed in me when Im not believing in myself. She really helped me gain more confidence in myself and I was able to get out of my shell.
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    June 15, 2023


    megan M.

    Angela is such an amazing teacher, shes very tentative and very loving, she really has the students best interest in minds and really helps them address their weaknesses to make progress! She is also accommodating and nurturing which is a really great quality in a teacher. Shes very humble and knows what shes doing.
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    June 15, 2023


    kamarie G.

    Angela is a wonderful teacher. She helped my daughter improve so much and gain greater skill. She chose music that fit her and yet pushed her at the same time. She is also very kind and considerate of her students. You can tell she loves them. She loves what she does, teaching music, too. I cant say enough good things about Angela Romney.
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    June 15, 2023

    Frequently asked questions

    I have a list of questions I ask students to get to know them including their goals. I find out prior musical experience and what kind of music they like and what they want to sing. Then we usually discuss proper singing stance, sing warmups with proper techniques as discussed and then if time permits sing through a possible song from a book I think they may like or discuss what books might be good to start with.

    I have a vocal degree, have gone to workshops, continue to study and sing myself so I am up to date on the latest techniques to best help my students.

    I charge $100/month for 4 (30 minute) lessons per month on my home. I like my more advanced students to have a 45 minute lesson each week which then goes to $150/month.

    I have always been a teacher at heart. I love children. When I started college at age 17 I went into Early Childhood Education then switched to Elementary Education. I got married and my schooling was interrupted but music has always been a huge part of my life and teaching music to children and adults in a religious setting just set me on fire. I knew that's where it was at for me. I finally finished with a vocal degree even though the flute was my main instrument growing up. 

    I have worked with very young children up to adults. I have had experience teaching students who are on the spectrum. I also have taught kids with speech delays and greatly improved their airflow which in turn completely improved their speech.  It has been a lot of learning and growing but so rewarding for me, I love my job.

    I have an adult handicapped student that has really struggled to even match a pitch but after a couple years of lessons he was finally ready for a recital. It has been really challenging for me to not see the progress quickly like other students but at the same time, there is progress and to see him perform at a recital was so special. I cried.

    Find a teacher you mesh with but give it time and make sure you communicate what you want to accomplish.  Teachers cannot read minds. We are here to help you reach your goals! Your voice is part of you and it can be challenging at first to let your guard down with a new voice teacher but be patient.

    Are you really committed to practicing or do you just want to come once a week for a lesson? Improvement comes from that slow and steady practice. Practice makes PERMANENT! Make sure you can really make time for practice. There is no such thing as a dumb question.

    Services offered

    Music Theory