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Meet our Voice Teachers
Alice Feldmann received her Music Education degree from the University of Northern Iowa where she studied voice and piano. After graduating she taught for 23 years in public schools directing: Choirs, Show Choirs, and over 15 musical productions. In the last 15 years Alice has taught private voice and piano lessons. She enjoys performing styles from Rock & Roll to Musicals to Jazz.
Hayley Graham graduated from the University of Northern Iowa in 2015 with degrees in clarinet performance and public relations. She then went on to complete her master's degree in music therapy at the University of Iowa in 2017. Currently, Hayley is a board-certified music therapist who enjoys working with people of all ages and abilities. She has experience teaching and performing on a variety of instruments, including clarinet, voice, piano, and guitar. Hayley believes in creating space for joyful exploration and expression through music.
Sam Hoying has had a passion for music his entire life. He began playing piano, oboe, and singing Bass/Baritone at a very young age. Sam has years of experience teaching all three instruments and currently is a student at the University of Iowa. At the University, he is in involved in the Voice, Opera, and Oboe studio. Sam also arranges and is involved in the University’s Tenor Bass A cappella group. Sam is looking forward to helping others find joy through music.
Caleb Haselhuhn is an active performer, educator, and music director in The Corridor. Caleb earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in vocal and instrumental music (Magna Cum Laude) and his Master of Arts in music education degree from Truman State University in 2015 and 2016. After teaching high school music in Iowa for five years, Caleb sought further graduate study in voice performance at The University of Iowa, where he is currently completing the MA degree. He has been teaching music lessons for 13 years and enjoys teaching students of all ages and ability levels.
Ethan Dix, from Cedar Rapids, is a graduate of The School for Music Vocations (SMV) where he studied piano, bass, voice, arranging, and songwriting. During his tenure at the SMV, he won two Downbeat awards as an instrumentalist and songwriter, frequently performed with the faculty
rhythm section as a choral accompanist, jazz pianist, and singer. Ethan has taught at the SMV vocal jazz camp where he led community songwriting workshops with high school singers, in addition to being a private piano and
theory tutor. Ethan’s journey with music has been very exploratory and he believes that there is not one set path for success. If it brings you joy, you’re doing it right.