Angela Poirier is a music educator with 35 years of teaching experience with students of all ages. Her experience includes 18 years in the Worcester Public Schools elementary and secondary vocal and instrumental programs, including director of the award-winning South High a cappella group, “Harmonies.” She studied voice under Malama Robbins, founder of the Salisbury Singers of Worcester, and piano with concert pianist, New Selgado while at Catholic University.
Angela's teaching career began as a private piano teacher and a Pre-K/K Orff Schulwerk teacher to young students. She is passionate about teaching, and several of her students have gone on to study music in college. Angela believes that all students can learn to sing and play well given the right opportunity and direction, and will become lifelong learners and supporters of the arts. She lives in Dennis with her husband Steve. Angela is an avid baker, so you can expect a treat at your lesson now and then!
B.M.E., Anna Maria College. Graduate Study, The Catholic University of America. Orff Schulwerk Certifications, levels 1 and 2.