Audrey Reynolds

Completed both a B.A. in Music from UNC Charlotte with minors in Dance and Theatre Arts and a B.S. in Human Biology from NCSU.  She additionally completed the collegiate program of study and over 1200 hours of clinical training in Music Therapy at Appalachian State University and Allegro Music Therapy and Education Services, earning her the credential of Board Certified Music Therapist.  While at UNC Charlotte, Audrey studied voice under the prestigious Mrs. Jane Dillard, past president of the National Association of Teachers of Singing.  Her piano studies took place with concert pianist and professor Dr. Dylan Savage, and Betty Williams, an instructor with teaching lineage that can be traced back to Beethoven.  Audrey has been playing piano from the age of four and has been teaching private music lessons from the age of sixteen.  She enjoys working with clients of all ages and skill levels, teaching and facilitating sessions with kindness, patience, and enthusiasm.  Her goal is to foster a love and appreciation of music and to work with each client in the manner that best allows them to grow, attain goals, and flourish. She hopes to motivate students to make music a part of their life, both now and in the future, whether as a hobby, for personal expression, for health, performance, or for collegiate studies and professional pursuits. Audrey has continued to complete graduate coursework and trainings, including intensive training in Neurologic Music Therapy.  She is an active member of The Music Therapy Association of North Carolina, American Music Therapy Association, and Music Teachers National Association.