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School of Rock Natick
217 West Central Street
Natick, MA 01760
(508) 810-0105

Location Specifics

In the plaza with Planet Fitness.

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Hours
  • Monday: 3 PM - 9 PM
  • Tuesday: 3 PM - 9 PM
  • Wednesday: 3 PM - 9 PM
  • Thursday: 3 PM - 10 PM
  • Friday: Closed
  • Saturday: 10 AM - 3 PM
  • Sunday: Closed

Music programs at School of Rock Natick combine one-on-one lessons with group band practices

Programs we offer

Rookies music program for children
Rookies
Ages 6-7

At School of Rock Natick, our music program for children with no previous musical experience (typically ages 6 to 7-years-old) is called Rookies. Rookies students have one weekly group music lesson where they learn fundamentals like chords, rhythm and song structure. Kids get to learn and experiment with multiple instruments so they can later decide which one they ultimately want to continue pursuing in Rock 101.

What To Expect
  • 1 WEEKLY GROUP LESSON
  • USE OF SIMPLIFIED ROCK INSTRUMENTS TO TEACH KIDS TO PLAY MUSIC

The Path to Take the Stage

All of our music programs are designed to inspire students to learn and develop a strong musical proficiency. At School of Rock Natick, younger students who are not ready for a more comprehensive program like Rock 101 can start in Rookies. No prior musical experience is needed for Rookies. Once your child is ready for private music lessons (typically older than first or second graders), they will graduate into our Rock 101 program.

Rock 101 music program for kids and beginners
Rock 101
Ages 8-13

Rock 101 is one of School of Rock Natick's top programs for kids and beginners. Students have one weekly group rehearsal where they learn to play classic rock songs that have been simplified for beginner musicians. Additionally, Rock 101 students in Natick have a weekly private music lesson with an instructor who helps them learn the concepts and skills behind their performance songs.

What To Expect
  • 1 WEEKLY PRIVATE LESSON
  • 1 WEEKLY GROUP REHEARSAL

The Path to Take the Stage

Our music programs for kids in Natick are designed to get students on stage performing, with the goal of building strong musical proficiency. Younger students at School of Rock Natick who have participated in the Rookies program can move to our Rock 101 music program once they’re ready. Additionally, students (typically ages 8 to 13-years-old) can begin Rock 101 without any prior experience. The goal of this rock program is to quickly develop a basic competence on students’ chosen instruments before moving on to our famous Performance Program.

Performance music program for teens
Performance
Ages 9-18

The Performance Program at School of Rock Natick is our hallmark music program, where tens of thousands of students enroll each year. It consists of a weekly group rehearsal where kids and teens learn by playing rock music's most iconic songs with a band composed of their peers. Students are assigned songs and parts that are tailored to them based on their age, experience and ability to learn new skills and concepts. Students then work through their parts in weekly private music lessons, refining the skills and concepts that those songs introduce. The goal of this curriculum is to prepare kids and teens for live performances. Every few months, School of Rock Natick Performance Program students take the stage and play at local Natick music venues in front of a live audience.

What To Expect
  • 1 WEEKLY PRIVATE LESSON
  • 1 WEEKLY GROUP REHEARSAL

The Path to Take the Stage

School of Rock Natick's music programs for kids and teens are designed to inspire by getting students on stage and performing. All of our other music education programs focus on readying students for our famous Performance Program. This is where students develop incredible musical skills. Performance Program students have often gone through our Rock 101 program first or have some previous basic music experience. These young musicians will have custom development plans outlined by their instructors with key concepts reinforced during private lessons and group rehearsals, all with the goal of performing live at a Natick music venue.

Adult music program for students over 18
Adult Program
Ages 18+

School of Rock Natick's Adult Program is for students over 18 years old who are looking to either improve their musical proficiency or pick up an instrument with no prior musical experience. As with most School of Rock music programs, the Adult Program uses a performance-based music education approach. This means the curriculum focuses on learning music concepts and applying them in a live performance setting. Our Adult Music Program includes one weekly private music lesson and a weekly group rehearsal. Every student at School of Rock Natick is placed in a band of fellow adults and then assigned specific songs as a way of learning key music concepts and skills. Adult students then take the stage to play at a live show in Natick.

What To Expect
  • 1 WEEKLY PRIVATE LESSON
  • 1 WEEKLY GROUP REHEARSAL

The Path to Take the Stage

All of our music programs are designed to inspire by getting students on stage and performing, with the goal of building strong musical proficiency along the way. The School of Rock Natick Adult Program is open to all experience levels and each student will follow a customized learning plan developed by their instructor. Adult students will work together during rehearsal to prepare for a live performance at a real rock venue in Natick.

House Band program for gigging at local venues around town
House Band
Ages 12-18

The School of Rock Natick House Band music program gives students under 18 the opportunity to join a gigging band composed of fellow musicians from their school. These students perform additional live shows throughout the year. All students in the Performance Program have the opportunity to audition for a spot in School of Rock Natick's House Band. Once selected, House Band members become leaders in their School of Rock community and perform live shows at MA rock venues throughout the year. House Band students play live shows in Natick, the MetroWest and throughout Massachusetts.

What To Expect
  • A GIGGING MUSICIAN'S EXPERIENCE
  • FREQUENT LIVE PERFORMANCES IN COMMUNITY

The Path to Take the Stage

Performance is the core of School of Rock's educational approach. Therefore, we create additional opportunities for students to perform on stages throughout Natick and the rest of MA. The House Band music program allows each school's most talented students the opportunity to join a band and play routinely in front of live audiences. Once a member, students will gain real music experience associated with gigging musicians and will become leaders and mentors inside the School of Rock community.

The AllStars national tour features the best child and teen musicians
AllStars
Age 17 and Under

The School of Rock AllStars Tour takes the very best students from around the world and sends them on a nationwide summer tour across the United States. Less than 1% of School of Rock students are selected each year to represent School of Rock as an AllStar. All Performance Program students are eligible to audition for this prestigious program. The intensive audition process starts off with video submissions followed by live auditions. Once selected, AllStar students will have an authentic touring experience including traveling on a tour bus, doing tour publicity and starring in nightly performances at famous venues and festivals during a two-week tour.

What To Expect
  • A MULTI-CITY, COUNTRY-WIDE MUSIC TOUR EXPERIENCE
  • PERFORMING ON SOME OF THE BIGGEST AND MOST FAMOUS STAGES IN THE WORLD

The Path to Take the Stage

Becoming an AllStar is the highest level of achievement for a School of Rock student. They play on legendary stages large and small, including The Knitting Factory, Red Rocks Amphitheatre, The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, The Troubadour and Lollapalooza. AllStar students often go on to have accomplished careers in the music industry. Former AllStars have gone on to become touring artists, star in Broadway musicals, get signed to record deals, become finalists on talent competitions like "The Voice" and "American Idol" and have other notable roles in the music industry.

Center Stage Program Picture
Center Stage
Ages 13-19

The Center Stage Artist Search Program is an opportunity to be heard by a major record label. Singers from the ages of 13-19 can submit an audition video as part of the selection process. Selected artists will then have the chance to participate in a studio recording session, and perform at a live artist showcase with record label executives in Los Angeles. We'll also provide School of Rock songwriting camp scholarships for 100 applicants. Submit your video audition today.

What to expect
  • A live artist showcase in front of record executives
  • Record in a state-of-the-art major label studio

The Path to Take the Stage

The music of legendary recording artists can be the inspiration behind many School of Rock students’ drive to pick up an instrument for the first time. This music is the foundation of our curriculum because it helps maintain young musician’s drive to gain musical proficiency. Center Stage is a program to help usher in the next generation of great artists that will one day inspire others to begin their musical journey.

Music Lessons in Natick

Kid learns to play guitar at School of Rock
Guitar Lessons for All Skill Levels

Beginner Guitar Lessons for Kids

At School of Rock Natick, we offer beginner guitar lessons for kids. Our expert guitar instructors guide your child from start to finish with private instruction and weekly group band rehearsals. Every instructor at School of Rock Natick is an experienced musician, and they emphasize foundational music theory and technique when teaching guitar lessons to kids. Unlike other Natick guitar lessons and programs, School of Rock is designed to get students performing in a band.

Beginner Guitar Lessons for Adults

It’s never too late to learn to play the guitar. Similar to our kids guitar lessons, School of Rock Natick's beginner guitar lessons for adults utilizes a performance-based curriculum. Our experienced instructors teach adult students through popular rock songs, and teach students to play guitar in a way that’s challenging and fun. We believe the best way to learn is by doing, which is why we combine weekly private guitar lessons with group band rehearsals. At School of Rock Natick, we teach beginner guitar lessons for adults in our Adult Program. This program gets students performing onstage at a local Natick venue.

Key Concepts
  • Technique
  • Solos
  • Chords
  • Theory

Intermediate to Advanced Guitar Lessons

As students gain skills and experience, we move them along to more challenging programs at higher skill levels. Intermediate and advanced students take the skills they learned in beginner guitar lessons, and layer on more difficult techniques and concepts. School of Rock Natick offers advanced guitar lessons for kids and adults that teach by playing challenging classic rock songs and emphasize playing the guitar in a real music venue. Our Natick guitar teachers will work with each student to develop a custom learning plan.

Kids learn to drum at School of Rock
Drum Lessons for All Skill Levels

Beginner Drum Lessons for Kids

School of Rock Natick is the best option for anyone looking to learn the drums. Our beginner drum lessons get kids behind the drum kit and on their way to taking the stage. That’s why at School of Rock Natick we combine private drum lessons for beginners with weekly band rehearsals—it prepares students to perform live. With years of experience teaching drums in Natick, our drum instructors teach beginner drum students core techniques, including how to groove, play rudiments and more.

Beginner Drum Lessons for Adults

Our drum lessons for adults are designed to accommodate all skill levels. At School of Rock Natick, our beginner drum lessons for adults are built for musicians with little to no experience. We teach adults using the same core performance-based education philosophy as our drum lessons for kids—performing with a band accelerates the learning process. Adult students will perform live at a venue in Natick. Unlike other Natick drum lessons for beginners, School of Rock combines private drum lessons with weekly band rehearsals so students are ready to play in front of real, live audiences.

Key Concepts
  • RUDIMENTS
  • TIME SIGNATURES
  • TECHNIQUE
  • GROOVE

Intermediate to Advanced Drum Lessons

More experienced to advanced drum students need a drum lesson curriculum that builds upon foundational skills and continues to grow musical proficiency. That’s why at School of Rock Natick, our drum lessons are customized for each student and his or her goals. Our Natick drum instructors integrate more complex techniques and concepts—intermediary grooves, shifts, meters and more—into a student's individual lessons and group band rehearsal, and will also select more difficult songs for his or her live performances.

 

Kid learns to sing at School of Rock
Singing Lessons for All Skill Levels

Beginner Singing Lessons for Kids

School of Rock Natick offers beginner singing lessons for kids. Our unique, performance-based approach develops students' musical proficiency by preparing them to perform live. At School of Rock Natick, our vocal coaches are practicing musicians who integrate key music fundamentals—breathing, posture and more—into a curriculum based on performing with a band. Each week, beginner singing students participate in a private singing lesson and a band rehearsal.

Beginner Singing Lessons for Adults

School of Rock Natick teaches adults how to sing in our innovative Adult Program. Students develop vocal skills at a challenging pace designed to help you see results with every singing lesson. Adult vocalists learn how to keep tempo, stay on-key and master advanced vocal techniques for a powerful and healthy voice. Our curriculum teaches students how to sing by using popular rock songs that emphasize key concepts. Each week, Adult Program students have a private singing lesson for beginners and group band rehearsal.

Key Concepts
  • TECHNIQUE
  • HARMONY
  • POWER
  • READING

Intermediate to Advanced Singing Lessons

At School of Rock Natick, our singing lessons for kids and adults are designed to help our students reach a high degree of musical proficiency. Intermediate and advanced singers take skills learned from previous singing lessons and layer on more difficult techniques and concepts. Our advanced singing lessons teach students to sing by performing popular rock songs that illustrate a specific vocal concept or technique. We pair weekly private singing lessons with weekly band rehearsals with the goal of getting musicians to perform live in Natick.

Kid learns to play bass at School of Rock
Bass Lessons for All Skill Levels

Beginner Bass Lessons for Kids

School of Rock Natick offers beginner bass guitar lessons for kids that blend weekly private instruction with weekly band rehearsals. This performance-based approach results in a high level of musical proficiency because it engages and inspires students. Every School of Rock bass instructor is a practicing musician in Natick and teaches bass lessons for kids that get great results. Beginners learn to play bass guitar by using popular rock songs that illustrate key concepts and techniques.

Beginner Bass Lessons for Adults

Adults looking to learn bass guitar can enroll in School of Rock’s Adult Program. No experience is necessary in our beginner bass guitar lessons for adults. At School of Rock Natick, our experienced, local bass guitar instructors have the patience and skills to help adult students gain musical proficiency. As with all School of Rock music programs, our bass guitar lessons for adults ciriculum is performance-based, and include both weekly private instruction and weekly band rehearsals.

Key Concepts
  • GROOVE
  • TECHNIQUE
  • THEORY
  • TONE

Intermediate to Advanced Bass Lessons

Our intermediate to advanced bass guitar lessons teach Natick students the skills they need to become the backbone of a band. Students take skills from previous bass lessons and layer on more difficult techniques and concepts. At School of Rock Natick, our bass instructors use popular rock songs as a way of teaching students advanced concepts and techniques. We pair weekly private bass lessons with weekly band rehearsals to inspire and engage students throughout the learning process.

Kid learns to play piano at School of Rock
Keyboard Lessons for All Skill Levels

Beginner Keyboard Lessons for Kids

At School of Rock we teach differently than other music schools in Natick. Our curriculum is performance-based, meaning that we prepare students to perform. Our piano lessons for beginners combine weekly private instruction with weekly band rehearsals. At School of Rock Natick, our beginner keyboard lessons for kids take key concepts and music fundamentals—finger placement, scales, key differentiation and more—and teach them through popular rock songs. This approach inspires and engages students, which results in attaining a high level of musical proficiency. Our piano teachers have years of experience teaching music in the Natick area, and know how to coach and motivate students of any skill level to play the keyboard.

Beginner Keyboard Lessons for Adults

The School of Rock Natick Adult Program puts beginner keyboard students in a band. Adult Program students in the Natick area learn to play piano through a combination of weekly private beginner piano lessons and weekly band rehearsals. At School of Rock, our piano lessons give adult students the chance to perform in a band at local Natick music venues, taking them out of the classroom and onto the stage.

Key Concepts
  • TECHNIQUE
  • TONE
  • THEORY
  • READING

Intermediate to Advanced Keyboard Lessons

At School of Rock Natick, our keyboard lessons for kids and adults are designed to help students get results. Intermediate and advanced students take skills learned from beginner keyboard lessons and layer on more advanced piano techniques with concepts. Our local keyboard instructors are all practicing musicians in Natick, and use popular rock songs as a way of teaching complex skills. We pair weekly private piano lessons with weekly band rehearsals to inspire and engage students throughout the learning process.

Our Experienced Music Teachers

All of School of Rock Natick’s music teachers are experienced musicians devoted to helping students attain musical proficiency. Our instructors guide students one-on-one to personalize learning, inspire confidence and build social skills.

Drum Teacher

Thanos Papadopoulos Drum Teacher

Thanos developed a passion and need for music from an early age. He bought his first keyboard at the age of six and started writing, learning melodies by ear. He is still as passionate today as he was then.

Born and raised in Greece, he was exposed to a colorful palette of music like Mozart, Bach, Beethoven, Miles Davis, Louis Armstrong as well as bands like Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple just to name a few.
By the fifth grade he had picked up accordion and began studying classical music, and at the age of fourteen he joined a contemporary orchestra and chose percussion and drums as his principal instrument.
While studying economics at University of Macedonia, Thanos was performing professionally as a drummer with rock and R&B artists across Greece. After graduating he joined the army and was selected as a percussionist for the military orchestra and marching band.

After completing his time with the army Thanos was accepted into Berklee College of Music with an academic scholarship. While at Berklee, he majored in Performance, Music Production and Engineering, studying under performance greats Ralph Peterson Jr., Kenwood Dennard, Dave DiCenso and multi-Grammy award winner Prince Charles Alexander. He also worked with professors in numerous projects performing in school festivals and summer music labs, teaching tonal harmony and music production as well as producing music for artists at the Berklee studios.

During his time in Boston he has performed in historical rock venues like the Irving Plaza, Gramercy Theater in New York City and Theater of the Living arts in Philadelphia to name a few. He toured along with legendary bands like the Dead Kennedys and G.B.H.

Al Lombardi Piano Teacher, Drum Teacher

Al Lombardi teaches keys and drums, and is also a very capable guitar and bass instructor, making him a valuable part of our school. Al grew up in New Jersey and started playing drums at the age of seven. Eventually he started joining bands with his friends and learning new instruments, which led him to move to Boston to attend, and graduate from, Berklee College of Music. Al has played in many different bands and draws inspiration from all kinds of music. He has performed for audiences up and down the northeast ranging from back yards, to rock venues, to concert halls, to stadiums. Having studied music education at Berklee, of course he also has a passion for teaching. Since graduating, he has been giving private lessons, and has also taught at multiple music camps. He’s excited to help students of all ages get off to a good start on their own personal musical journey!

Cooper Leardi Music Director

Originally learning guitar when he was 13, and later becoming a multi-instrumentalist and composer, Cooper has dedicated his life to writing, performing and living all that is music. Through years of international touring, artist management, behind-the-scenes production and playing, Cooper's abilities have blossomed into who he is today. Specializing in writing music for films, he graduated from Berklee College of Music in 2015. Since then, Cooper has had his music used for both TV and film placements including spots for the History Channel, Army/National Guard and Montreal's Fantasia Film Festival. He is the Music Director at School of Rock Natick.

Julia Chisholm Vocal Instructor

Julia Chisolm has been performing and singing from a very young age. Her interest in music began when she started to learn the violin, and she would soon also begin taking up the piano as well. As she grew up she took part in many musical theater groups, chorus ensembles and a cappella groups. On top of taking formal music lessons she learned a lot of her musical knowledge on her own. Julia took her first professional music gig right out of college working for Carnival Cruise Line as one of the lead singers in the ship's rock band. For two years she traveled the country singing and entertaining thousands of guests every week, learning by doing, becoming very comfortable on stage, and mastering the art of entertaining a crowd and fronting a band. She currently works for Howl at the Moon in Boston as one of the piano bar entertainers and multi-instrumentalists. She plays piano and sings the heck out of songs from all different genres of current and classic music. She has also been seen playing drums and bass, proving that she knows her way around just about any song. Her love for music is infectious, and it shows in her performances. Julia hopes to pass on that passion to others through teaching and performing music. She is a vocal instructor at School of Rock Natick.

Alex Necochea Guitar Teacher

Alejandro, or Alex, picked up an electric guitar at age 12, having been enamored with 80s era MTV as a kid. Within months he was performing in local bands throughout central Pennsylvania with musicians many years his senior. By the mid-2000s Alex was recording albums and touring extensively with his 12-to-20 man band, Bang Camaro, with music and appearances in film, television and the widely popular "Guitar Hero II" and "Rock Band" game platforms. The band went on to appear at Lollapalooza, on "Late Night with Conan O’Brien" and on "Jimmy Kimmel Live." Between tours, Alex became a fixture at School of Rock in Watertown, where he mentored students of all ages and skill levels in both lessons and the rehearsal setting. Recently, Alex continues to tour the world with Sarah Borges and The Broken Singles, The Andrea Gillis Band and his own heavy rock band, Worshipper. While performing is his passion Alex has years of teaching experience and is dedicated to cultivating the spirit and skill of rock ’n' roll in anyone that wants to learn. We couldn't be happier to have him on the team and to work with some of you.

Mark McCarthy Guitar Teacher

Mark McCarthy is a Boston-based guitarist and trombonist. His experience and talents gave him opportunities to open up for acts including Steven Tyler, Styx, REO Speedwagon, Jason Isbell, Four Year Strong, Hawthorne Heights and Lee Brice. Mark attended Keene State College in New Hampshire, where he graduated in 2017 with his Bachelors in Music. In college, he primarily studied classical and jazz music, as well as extensive music theory. Today Mark plays with many different groups, including his own band, Fordham Road, which mixes progressive rock with jam band elements. The band currently has released an EP and two full-length albums. He has also been a longtime lead guitarist for his sister and Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter, Amanda McCarthy. Additionally, he is the lead guitarist for Whitney Doucet and Moonshine (a Worcester-based country band that regularly plays many local festivals, as well as events led by Ernie Boch. Jr.). He also plays with a couple jam/ska bands and a Russian wedding group, and regularly performs jazz gigs around Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Mark is excited to be a part of the School of Rock Natick crew, where he can pass on his knowledge to beginner and intermediate students as a guitar teacher. He hopes to bring a twist to the standard rock guitar education by weaving in other general musical concepts and introducing students to different dimensions of musical knowledge.

Davis Coleman Drum Teacher

Davis Coleman began studying drums at age 11 and grew up as an artist in Los Angeles. He went on to study percussion at Berklee College of Music, where he graduated with honors, earning a degree in percussion performance and a minor in orchestral conducting. Davis has a unique and diverse skill set which finds him performing in a wide variety of venues with musicians coming from many different backgrounds. Davis can be seen playing in folk rock bands or musical theater pits one night, to orchestra stages and chamber music venues the next. He has worked with groups such as the Boston Civic Symphony, Longwood Theater Company, The Concord Players, Ideas Not Theories, as well as his own groups In Ivy and Percussionisms.

Davis is currently a staff member of the Burlington High School Marching Red Devils, as well as a musician for the Boston Ballet School. Davis has experience teaching students of all ages, in a variety of settings, and is always excited for the opportunity to help new students reach their goals.

Joe Messina Guitar Teacher, Piano Teacher

Joe recently moved to Boston from the Philadelphia area, where he was an instructor at School of Rock Cherry Hill in NJ. Growing up, he received classical training on violin, viola and music theory, eventually switching his focus to guitar, singing, songwriting and composition. During his time in Philadelphia he played in several bands, including Victoria Watts, Amsterdam, 88mph and Jackson Moe. Joe records original music as a solo artist and has composed music for productions at Good Good Comedy Theater in Philadelphia.

Joe is committed to giving students a well-rounded knowledge of music, so that in addition to knowing what to play, they will always know why to play it. He believes a quality music education requires an appreciation of all kinds of music and is excited to share his eclectic musical point of view. In addition to teaching and gigging, he is currently pursuing a General Music Studies Certificate from Berklee College of Music, studying keyboard, composition, recording and music business.

Nicholas Preziosi Vocal Instructor

Nicholas Preziosi is a soon-to-be dual degree graduate from Berklee College of Music in Music Education and Songwriting (with a minor in Musical Theater Writing). He started studying vocal performance in his pre-collegiate years, and has continued exploring vocal styles including classical, musical theater, rock, pop, jazz and punk rock. Nick has performed classically in performance venues, including Berklee Performance Center ("Sweeney Todd," "West Side Story") and Symphony Hall (MMEA All State Chorus 2013, "Final Fantasy" Tour 2015, "Lord of the Rings" In Concert in 2016). He has performed musical theater with several Boston area stage companies. Nick has most recently left his regular performance position as a piano bar entertainer at Howl at the Moon Piano Bar and Night Club, where he sang vocal stylings that included Queen, Adam Lambert, Shawn Mendez, Frankie Valli, Green Day and Panic at the Disco. As a high range singer, his primary focus is to expand vocals beyond the point of expectation while maintaining endurance and vocal health. As a songwriting major, Nick also composes a pop and rock repertoire primarily for musical theater. He is currently writing a show with a Berklee professor, and writing a separate pop-rock show with a co-writer from Nashville. He is a vocal instructor at School of Rock Natick.

Ryan Bale Guitar Teacher

Ryan Bale is a Berklee College of Music graduate who actively plays, writes and records with his bands in the Boston area. Ryan attended School of Rock Charlotte in NC from the time he was 11 until he graduated high school. In that time, he went from beginner to a national AllStar, playing in quite a few bands along the way. After graduating high school, he attended Berklee College of Music, where he played everything from pop to jazz fusion. He completed a dual degree in Guitar Performance and Music Business, learning his craft while also becoming familiar with the business surrounding it. While at Berklee, he also formed The Cotones (a four-piece indie/alt-rock band) and Ansonia (an indie/electro-pop duo), two bands he remains actively involved with. He is a guitar teacher at School of Rock Natick.

Dorian Maverick Vocal Instructor

Dorian Maverick is a multiple award-winning singer/songwriter (Hollywood Music In Media Awards, New England Music Awards, Limelight Music Awards) and a Berklee College of Music graduate with a dual bachelor’s degree in Vocal Performance and Songwriting. She has been teaching voice and
songwriting for eight years, as well as producing her students’ music in her home studio. She tours internationally with her all-female rock band, Flight of Fire. She is a vocal instructor at School of Rock Natick.

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