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Jordan Seavey, Band and High School Chorus

BM Music Education, University of Southern Maine; Foundation Studies in Anthroposophy and the Arts, Antioch University New England

A classical pianist, conductor, and music educator, Jordan began studying piano at age 7.  Prior to joining the Green Meadow faculty, he served for six years as director of music at Merriconeag Waldorf School in Freeport, ME, where he taught choral, instrumental, and classroom music in Grades 1-12.  As a pianist, Jordan has balanced performing and teaching, maintaining a busy private piano studio for 10 years in the Portland, ME area.  As a singer, he has toured Austria, Italy, and France with the USM Chamber Singers. 

Jordan was born and raised in Maine and enjoys cooking, camping, downhill skiing, and golf.   

 

 

 

 

Jacqueline Stern, Orchestra

BM, Music Education, Ithaca College; MM (performance), Manhattan School of Music.

Co-chair of the Music Committee, Jackie has been teaching at Green Meadow since 1996. An active orchestral and chamber musician, she plays in the trio "Terzetta" and "Spirit" (an improv group) among other ensembles.  She conducts the Westchester Junior Strings (part of Greater Westchester Youth Orchestras), and is a certified teacher in the Suzuki and Mark O'Connor methods.
Jackie conducts the Lower School and High School orchestras, teaches the 3rd grade 'cello class, private 'cello students, and music history.  She serves on the Festival Committee.

 

 

 

Karen Tallman, Pianist

BA, Music, Douglass College of Rutgers University.

Karen has been a member of the Green Meadow teaching staff since 1983 and has written, arranged, and performed music for eurythmy classes, class plays, and festivals. She often accompanies student instrumentalists at recitals and assemblies, and she is an active member of the Festival Committee. Karen is also a passionate knitter and loves long-distance travel.

 

 

 

 

Anna Teigen, 3rd Grade Violin and Viola, 4th Grade Orchestra

BM, Music Education, University of Wisconsin, Madison; Suzuki Teacher Training, School for Strings, NYC.

Anna is  the conductor of the Rockland Conservatory String Orchestra and is  Co-Director of  the  Suzuki Program at the Rockland Conservatory of Music.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Suggested Reading


Click here for a list of books authored by Green Meadow Faculty.

Images courtesy of Pedro Sousa http://psfotography.com/

 

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