Phone: 330-653-1226

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Degrees and Certifications:

B.Mus.Ed, The College of Wooster

Mrs. Linda Miller

Greetings from the McDowell Music Room!

This year I will be the music teacher for our Full Day Kindergarten classes. This is my 15th year teaching in Hudson, and I'm looking forward to another wonderful year with our students!
 
I have a degree in Music Education from The College of Wooster, and taught elementary (K-5) music in Dublin, Ohio and Bloomfield Hills, Michigan for 10 years before settling in Hudson.  I have also taught private piano lessons. I grew up in Pittsburgh, and have also lived in Illinois, Michigan, Florida, Oklahoma and Massachusetts due to my husband's job transfers.  I have performed in school and church choirs and musical theatre most of my life; I have also accompanied (piano) many soloists/groups and traveled on performance tours across the USA and Canada with church and college choirs.  I love to pass along the joy of music to young students!
 
My husband Doug and I settled our family in Hudson 21 years ago.  We have 2 grown sons who are married and living in Columbus and Chicago, and our first grandson! We love living in Hudson, and seeing many students around town.  In my spare time, I like to walk, bike, bake, read and travel, especially to California, New England, the Great Lakes and to visit our children and new grandson!  I love to attend orchestra, choral and musical theatre productions whenever I can.  I also love yellow Labs.  :-)

In the McDowell music classroom, we are busy every day singing, dancing, moving, playing instruments, listening to and creating music. It's a happy place where children begin to explore the world of music, make connections to the world around them and to all learning, and become fine musicians themselves.  Be sure to ask your child to teach you a song or two from music class each week; they will be proud to do so!

Thank you for supporting our young musicians!
 
Mrs. Miller
McDowell Music Teacher
 
 "If you cannot teach me to fly, teach me to sing."
 
          ~Sir James Barrie