Serayah Peters is a private vocal instructor, as well as the director of the a-cappella group BackBeat from Chorus Abilene. She joins us on this week's episode to discuss habits that help us stay grounded throughout our work - to have a foundation - physically, mentally, spiritually, and more. We also talk about how to connect to students and why most issues we face usually come down to our own mindset!
Check out Serayah's Vocal Studio: https://www.facebook.com/serayahp.music
And check out BackBeat! https://chorusabilene.org/backbeat/
Serayah Peters received her Bachelor of Music in Music Education (Choral) Grades EC-12 from Hardin-Simmons University. She has been a music director for Clyde High School’s musicals for the past five years, as well as been on the stage multiple times herself. Her last roles were Marmee in HSU’s production of Little Women the Musical, and Anna Glawari in the HSU’s production of an operetta, The Merry Widow. Serayah is also currently the Box Office Supervisor for the Abilene Philharmonic. She keeps herself busy in the fine arts in order to allow herself to grow and gain more experience. Serayah is currently a voice teacher where she trains singers in classical, musical theatre, and even commercial music. She is also the director of Chorus Abilene’s brand new a cappella ensemble, BackBeat. She also finds time to perform her own gigs as a soloist. She most recently won the Jerry Herman Legacy Contest and was featured as a guest soloist to perform with the Abilene Philharmonic Orchestra.
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