Ellen Meadows is currently finishing up her degree from Georgia State University in Music Education. Her hometown is Sandy Springs, GA. She has over fifteen years of piano instruction, four years in classical vocal training. She has a strong background of teaching individuals of all ages how to play the piano in various styles and levels of proficiency. Her work in music therapy has included clinicals with children with autism, Athens Advantage Behavioral Health, adults with IDD (Intellectual Development Disabilities) and Camp Cocoon, a camp designed to help children process loss of family and friends.
Her personal commitment to sharing music with the community extends into her working experiences as Music & Choir Director of Our Hope Metropolitan Community Church as well as the leading cantor and pianist at the UGA Catholic Center for Saturday services. She is a singer songwriter as well and performs at local open-mic nights like Steve’s Live Music, Java Monkey in Decatur and Hendershot’s in Athens, GA.
Here’s an audio sample of Ellen performing Rachmaninoff Prelude in D Major Opus 23 No. 4.m4a