As the school year comes to a close, I just want to let you know that it has been a pleasure being able to instruct you over the last year. Students are what makes this job worth it for a teacher, so thank you.
I see a lot of students, but each semester a class does at least one thing that makes it stand out in my mind. This year, we had students that learned how to read music, sing on pitch, create career portfolios, become trained conductors, choreographed dance routines, land a major role in theater stage plays, obtain movie contracts, media recordings, filming, photography, event planning, produces plays, obtain copyright licensees for self-produced music, play the piano, play the guitar, produce marketing presentations, perform solos in front of a large crowd and peers and attend a clinician musical workshop that allowed you to experience private vocal lessons from a renowned artist. I hope you learned from those experiences, and also had a good time along the way.
Good luck with your future career. Please keep in touch, and feel free to contact me if you ever need any help, information, or even letters of recommendation.
Dr. Terry Grant-Robinson