Adrienne CollinsAdrienne recently relocated to the Shawnee area, after obtaining her Bachelor of Arts in Vocal Performance from Missouri Western State University. Her performances in musical theater and opera have received acclaim both nationally and internationally, including second place in the National Opera Association Competition and singing with the Manhattan Opera Studio in New York City. She has been playing the piano since she was very young, and enjoys everything from Debussy to Regina Spektor. Favorite past roles include Christine in Phantom, Stella in A Streetcar Named Desire, and Pamina in The Magic Flute. Adrienne teaches: (Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday) Adrienne teaches: Piano, Vocal.Allison EbbertsAllison has several years’ experience in teaching music and using her talents as a music therapist. Allison graduated from Wichita State University in 1989 with a BA in Piano Performance. She went on to receive her Masters of Music Education and Music Therapy from The University of Kansas in 1994. Since then, she has earned her teaching certification and teaches music in the Shawnee Mission School District where she recently was awarded “Teacher of the Year” at Christa McAuliffe Elementary. Allison teaches: (Tuesday) Allison teaches: Piano.Daniel HansenDaniel is originally from San Jose, CA. Currently, he lives in Lawrence, KS and just finished his first year at the University of Kansas working toward a M.M. in Vocal Performance, studying under Dr. Genaro Mendez. Daniel received a B.A. in Music and M.A. in Education from Truman State University in Kirksville, MO and studied voice under the wing of Dr. Thomas Hueber. He performed in the premier ensemble, Cantoria, and toured internationally in Hungary, Austria, and Germany under the direction of Dr. Mark Jennings. Daniel is currently a member of the Kansas City Chorale and tenor section leader at Rolling Hills Presbyterian Church in Overland Park, KS. Previous ensembles include Te Deum, Kantorei KC, Ancora Chorale, and Schola Cantorum at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in KC. He continues to perform in various ensembles and events throughout the KC Metro area. Daniel teaches: Piano, Vocal.Dillon WorthingtonOriginally from Little Rock, Arkansas, Dillon Worthington came to Kansas City to study Piano performance at the University of Missouri at Kansas City’s Conservatory of music and to make a living doing what he loves. He has been doing solo concerts and performances since he was 13 and has since been working collaboratively with many other musicians in chamber concerts, new projects, and church performances. Dillon teaches: (Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday) Dillon teaches: Piano.Roxanne AdrianRoxanne has more than 30 years teaching experience with a Master’s from Southwest Missouri State in Music Education. She also performs and records her own arrangements. Visit www.roxanneadrian.com Roxanne teaches: (Thursday, Saturday) Roxanne teaches: Piano.Tim BaileyW. Timothy Bailey is a gifted pianist and multi-instrumentalist. Additionally, he is a published composer and author, recording artist, music transcriptionist, and seasoned piano instructor having successfully tutored hundreds of students over the past 25+ years. (“Thank you so much for teaching me the joy of music. It has been a blessing to learn from you and take lessons. I really appreciate everything you have done for me.” KM, age 11) His experiences as a young student displaying proficiency on various instruments including piano, violin, clarinet, saxophone, voice and organ allow him to better connect with his students. Bailey is a graduate of the University of Kansas where he earned a Bachelor of Music degree in Music Theory. Not only is he a skilled solo artist, he has collaborated with award-winning musicians in various genres of music from Smooth Jazz to Gospel to Easy Listening to Inspirational. Experience his artistry at www.wtimothybailey.com. Tim teaches: (Wednesday, Thursday, Friday) Tim teaches: Piano.