Welcome Our New Teachers!

Be sure to welcome our new teachers! Look forward to more new teachers next week! This information can also be found under Welcome> Faculty & Staff.

Ben King

Benjamin King is a musician/vocalist with 10+ years of experience. Ben has received his B.A in Music from Mount Vernon Nazarene University. He loves teaching and strives to help his students meet their musical goals. Several instruments Ben specializes in include: Guitar, Voice, Piano, and Bass Guitar. In his spare time Ben enjoys songwriting/recording and is an avid outdoorsman.

Sarah Nichols

I am a professional percussionist and educator who is proficient on the drumset, snare drum, and mallet instruments. I have received a bachelor’s degree in music education from The Ohio State University; during my time there I performed in many concert bands, jazz bands, and the Ohio State University Percussion Ensemble. I also observed and taught in multiple school districts around Columbus. I grew up in Northeast Ohio, was involved in band in school, and have now been playing music for ten years. I encourage students of all ages and skill levels to focus on solid fundamentals, proper technique, developing efficient practice strategies and most importantly; playing the music they love! I enjoy teaching a wide variety of music; from Classical to Rock, Jazz, Pop, and more. I will take into consideration every student’s own needs and passions to help them grow their skills and find joy in playing music.

Open Today for Lessons and Lobby Recitals

Many of us are out of school for President’s Day, but please note that MTMS is open as usual on Monday.

Lessons this week will be at their normal times. Your Lobby Recital will be during that time with whomever you’d like to bring with you. This will be a week-long recital at MTMS, and we hope you enjoy all of the different performers while you wait during your child’s lesson time. Also, there will be one on one time for the student to get pointers on their piece and what they will continue to work on.

May the music never stop.