Meet the Teachers of Music Together with CCSA
Our teachers come from all sorts of backgrounds, but they’re united by a common passion: Sharing music with children and families in San Antonio!
All teachers have successfully completed the live Music Together Teacher Training, which is built on research in early childhood and music development. We keep our skills fresh through workshops every semester and advanced trainings offered by Music Together Worldwide.
Interested in joining our team of teachers? We’re hiring!
Jennifer loves teaching music and working to give every child access to music education. She studied music education at Stephen F. Austin State University and has taught elementary music for ten years. Jennifer has had the opportunity to teach children of all ages and is currently teaching at Northside ISD. Jennifer is excited to join the Music Together team and work with our San Antonio families on bringing more music into their lives!
Mixed Ages, Babies
Nicole is passionate about music and the development of children. She studied horn and music education at Florida State University. After receiving her BME she started teaching elementary music in 1998. While teaching, Nicole earned distinctions such as Teacher of the Year, Orff Level I & II certifications, and National Board Teacher Certification in Early/Middle Childhood music. Nicole has taught children of all ages and has a wide variety of ensemble experiences. Mother to two boys, Nicole was a participant in Music Together before her teacher training. She has been teaching with CCSA since the summer of 2018. For fun, Nicole enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, and she is a musician in the local San Antonio Brass Band.
Mixed Ages, Program Coordinator
Kelley studied elementary and choral music education at Trinity University (BM ’12, MAT ’13) and has completed further training in Orff Schulwerk and the Kodaly Method. She taught in Northside ISD for nine years, earning her campus’s New Teacher of the Year and Teacher of the Year awards, before leaving public education to take care of her daughter (who also attends Music Together classes!) Kelley sings soprano in St. Luke’s Episcopal Church Choir, and plays piano, recorder, and ukulele for fun. Kelley believes that making music is a transformative process that builds our human community and helps children and families become their best selves. She is honored to be making a difference as part of the Music Together with CCSA family.