I’m a professional musician and music teacher based in the metro Atlanta area.  I love teaching, performing and studying the art of recording sound.  Below is a summary of my education and experience:

  • Studied music at the SC Governor’s School For The Performing Arts. Honored as a Governor’s Scholar for arts and academics.

  • Studied piano, cello and engineering at USC and Duke University 

  • Performed at Carnegie Hall (NYC)

  • Former section cellist with the Columbia (SC) Philharmonic and The Cobb, LaGrange and Dekalb Symphonies

  • Performed for the grand opening of the Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta

  • Performed with recording artists Michael Bolton and Kenny Rogers

  • Currently a piano and cello instructor with the Ken Stanton Music Stores and Musika Lessons

  • 2012-2013 Associate Member of The Recording Academy  Grammy365.com

  • Fall 2012 Georgia Tech – Accepted into the Masters of Music Technology program

  • June 2012 Usher Raymond’s Foundation Fundraiser – Performed on cello with the singer JMSN


2 thoughts on “About

  1. Audrey – Thanks so much for reading my piece about Sept 11th. (There are four more plus coming this month and into Sept). I too, play[ed] the cello – growing up. Although I no longer play (and miss it), for me the greater importance is that I developed a deep love of the classics and attending the symphony, now with my wife (which we try to do at least annually. A beautiful instrument.

    (By the way, we have a nephew at Duke!)

    I wrote a piece a few months ago, Letters for Miss Leach, in which I talk about my cello experience. Perhaps you’d enjoy reading it. (http://askahoosier.wordpress.com/2013/03/05/letters-for-miss-leach/).

    I have “liked” your site, and will enjoy reading you. Thanks again so much. Good to be connected. – mec

    • The cello is such a great instrument. I think it’s the most emotive since the range is the closest to the human voice. I will definitely check out Letters for Miss Leach.

      Attending Duke was one of the best experiences of my life. I hope that your nephew is enjoying his time there!

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