Evy Lamb, Owner/Director has been a private music instructor since she was 16 years old. In addition to being involved in private instruction, she has taught public school music and worked both full time and part time in several church music programs. She currently is Director of Handbell Ministries at Central United Methodist Church in Rogers, Arkansas. Her Bachelor's degree is in Music Education and her Master's degree is in Church Music Education. She is also a licensed Kindermusik Instructor. She teaches piano, voice, beginning violin, guitar, and beginning ukulele. She currently serves as Chair of the Arkansas Chapter of Handbell Musicians of America, and is Past President of the Arkansas Chapter of The Fellowship of United Methodists in Music and Worship Arts.
Jeanette Curry has given private lessons in 5-string banjo and guitar for over 30 years. She also teaches beginning mandolin. She played in various bluegrass bands for 8 years, performing at bluegrass festivals and state fairs in the Midwest, and at Silver Dollar City in Branson. She has taught at Brice Arts Academy, Peace Lutheran Music School, Fellowship Bible Church Fine Arts Acadamy, and has taught a class for Northwest Arkansas Community College's Beep program. She has also studied music at the Hutchinson Community Junior College in Hutchinson, Kansas.
Mr. David Fountain, instructor of private piano, is also an associate faculty member of the Northwest Arkansas Community College, teaching piano there. He holds a Master of Music degree in Music Performance from the University of Tulsa, studying there with Aldo Mancinelli, Artist-in-Residence. Mr. Fountain is the Director of Music for St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in Rogers, serving as its organist as well as director of the Chancel Choir and the Bell Choir. He has been past Dean of the Northwest Arkansas Chapter of the American Guild of Organists and has served as Vice President of the Northwest Arkansas Music Teachers Association.
Dr. Carolyn Ford, instructor in flute, voice, and piano, is Associate Professor of Voice at Northwest Arkansas Community College. She has a Master of Music degree in vocal performace from the University of Arkansas and is an accomplished flutist, having played with the Arkansas Symphony and the Shreveport Symphony. She also has a BA and MS in psychology and a doctorate in clinician counseling.