Serena O'Meara
1842 Ruby Lane, None, Eau Claire WI, 54703
Instruments: Harp
Styles: Classical, Folk - Country - Bluegrass, Kids, World
Levels: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Experience: 30 years
Rate: $36 / hr
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Personal Statement
I use my education and experience as a Music Therapist in private and group lessons. I especially love directing Harp Ensembles. I teach the French Technique for lever and pedal harps.
Education / Training
The two teachers that influenced my teaching the most were Gladys Hubner (Minneapolis, MN) and Eileen Malone (Rochester, NY).
Other teachers that I studied under were Margaret Cooper, Jeanne Henderson, Carol Kulzer, Taka Kling, Margaret Ling, Francis Miller and Gayle Barrington.
I started the study of Music Therapy in 1970 at UW-Oshkosh, but transferred to University of Minnesota. My Music Therapy Internship was at the Menninger Foundation, Topeka, Ks.
I received my teaching certification from Idaho State University in Pocotello, Idaho.


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