OPENING HOURS

 

Monday-Thursday 9:00am-8:00pm

 

ADDRESS

4171 Shelburne Loop

Post Falls, ID  83854

chmusic2011@gmail.com

Tel: (641) 456-8079

© 2016 by Chris's House of Music

 Chris Anderson 

Contact

 

4171 N Shelburne Loop 

Post Falls, ID 83854

chmusic2011@gmail.com

Tel: (641) 456-8079

Chris Anderson

Chris Anderson is a passionate educator dedicated to guiding students in discovering their God-given talents in order to help them express themselves and exercise their creativity. Chris has a wealth of experience teaching both voice and piano, having taught students of all ages and experience levels, from early childhood and adult beginners to skilled students. Whether you are starting from the beginning or looking to improve your playing or singing, Chris is committed to crafting lessons that will help you reach your goals. Utilizing Chris's education in Music Therapy, music instruction can be tailored to a variety of learning styles to maximize the benefit and enjoyment.

Education

Chris Anderson received her Bachelors of Music Education and Music Therapy from Wartburg College in Waverly, Iowa where she studied voice and piano. She has experience as a licensed Kindermusik educator. Kindermusik is an internationally acclaimed curricula of early child hood music education which stimulates creative function in young children. Chris also attended Orff Workshops at the University of Northern Iowa.

 

Experience
  • Private Piano and Voice Instructor - 28 years (1991-Present)

    • Ages 5 and up (beginners to advanced)

  • Music Therapist/Voice Strengthening Coach, ​re+active Physical Therapy Clinic (2013-2017)

  • Music Educator, K-6th at South Bay Junior Academy (2012-2019)

  • Early Childhood and Middle School Vocal Music Teacher at Hampton-Dumont Community Schools Hampton, Iowa (2007-2011)

  • Kindermusik Educator, Hampton and Mason City, Iowa (1998-2011)

  • Vocal Music Teacher K-8 at Farley Catholic School, Dubuque, Iowa (1992-1993)

  • Music Therapist at Denton State School, Denton, Texas (1989-1992)