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Heather Breaux, Voice Teacher

Heather Breaux

Voice & Piano

Heather Breaux is a vocalist and pianist raised in Shreveport, Louisiana. She completed her Bachelors in Vocal Performance at Louisiana Christian University. After that, she completed a Master’s program in Vocal Performance at Austin Peay State University, while studying under Dr. Sharon Mabry. During this time, she also had private coaching sessions with Dr. Clifton Ware and Warren Jones. Dr. Ware is known for his textbook “The Basics of Vocal Pedagogy”, and Mr. Jones is an incredibly sought after collaborative pianist who has accompanied singers, such as Kathleen Battle.

Heather began studying piano at just four years of age. Her first piano teacher was her mother, but she quickly excelled and wanted to learn more and to perform. She started performing at her mother’s piano studio, doing annual recitals in front of about 100-150 people. She was also actively involved in her church and became an active member in the worship band, playing the piano and singing in front of the congregation during her years in high school.

Once she started college, she was very active in musical theater and opera. She has performed many roles, such as Mabel in The Pirates of Penzance, Hodel in Fiddler on the Roof, Marie in The Bartered Bride, and Dr Schrink in The Boy Who Grew Too Fast. In addition, she has received awards, like the Dixie Moss Piano Improvement Award, The Beasley Memorial Scholarship Award, and 1st Place in The Alsup Voice Competition.

Heather has been teaching piano and voice to students of all ages for nearly 10 years. She is passionate about teaching and loves working with children and adults, including those with learning disabilities. She always loves to start teaching her students with a solid foundation in technique and theory. She then finds it best to adapt her teaching style to what suits her students’ learning styles. Whether that is incorporating fun games, creative activities, or listening to their feedback about what they want to learn, she tries to keep her teaching method as flexible and interactive as possible.

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