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Sarah is currently accepting new students for voice lessons on Mondays and Thursdays.

Sarah Harrison

Goes by: Miss Sarah or Mrs. Harrison

Sarah Harrison

Sarah Harrison studied Vocal Music Performance and Education at the University of Western Ontario (now Western University) in Canada. She is an accredited Montessori teacher and a licensed Music Together teacher. Her teaching career has taken her from her native Canada to England, to Southern California, and now Washington State. Sarah has taught children ranging from preschool through high school, and her choirs have consistently won awards for both musicality and spirit.

Sarah is a lyric soprano who loves singing repertoire from the renaissance through to the classical period. Her performance experience includes roles in Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte and Gilbert and Sullivan’s The Mikado.  Presently Sarah sings at St. Mark’s Cathedral in Seattle, WA.

Private Vocal Lessons:

For students aged 5 and up:  Sarah teaches her students to sing in the “bel canto” style, and emphasizes the importance of breath work, language study, and versatility.  Sarah uses curriculum from the Royal Conservatory of Music, and students will have the option to take examinations to mark milestones in their vocal development.


Small Group (Preschool/Homeschool groups)


For groups of 4 to 8 students.  Sarah is trained in Kodaly and Orff methodologies and uses percussion instruments as well as dance props to promote basic music competence. Elementary grade students can study recorder, learning musical notation that is critical to instrumental music study. Programs and curriculum are individually tailored to engage the children and advance their musical literacy.


Music Theory:


For students aged 8 and up: Rudimentary musical theory - the reading and writing of music, is essential to the development of a professional musician. The study of musical theory will ameliorate a students progress in every other area of music study, especially sight-reading and performance.


Music for Babies:


For groups of 4 to 8 parents with infants: Hearing is a child’s most developed sense at birth, so music is captivating for the youngest of children.  Sarah teaches parents to use music and movement to promote bonding, musical play, and brain development with their infants, babies and toddlers.

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