MMC Faculty

 Study with creative and talented faculty who will bring their rich professional background to each lesson. They are mentors, collaborators, and your industry connections. They will inspire you to open your mind to go beyond what you thought were your limits. 

 

 

 







 

 

Maria McNeil

Voice Instructor

"There is nothing like singing when you have had a bad day. The vibrations are like having a massage that tickles the negative energy away... My goal when teaching is to guide students to discover their true sound and full potential while experiencing the joy of creating sound in a healthy way"

 

 

Bill McNeil

Principal Artistic Advisor

Violin Instructor




 

 

Amanda Balltrip

Instructor: Voice 

"My favorite thing about music is interpretation and collaboration. Though my training is specialized (classical), as an instructor I find the basics to be the most important. I focus on building a solid technical foundation, expression, and joy of singing."




 

 

Kevin Dalton

Instructor: Guitar, Ukulele, Mandolin, Banjo & Songwriting 






 

 

Joanna Moses

Instructor: Voice, Piano & Music Grows






 

 

 

Bradley Gilmore

Bradley Gilmore 

Instructor: Percussion & Drum Set

“I hope to open up people’s perceptions to more music and what there is in the world.We’ll explore together and draw awareness to what’s going on.”



 

 

Martin Woodlee

Martin Woodlee

Instructor: Audio Engineering Instructor

 

 

Debby McDonald

Instructor: Piano Instructor

 

 

Veronica Hagen

Instructor: Voice & Songwriting Instructor

 

 

 

Ginny Henderson

Instructor: Flute, Violin, Piano, Guitar & Voice

"God has used music to bring me so much joy in my life and I get so excited to see others discover their own enjoyment in making music."

 

 

Emily Galloway

Instructor: Beginner Voice, Performance Coach & Beginner Piano

 “Music sparks passion in people who have something to say. It is a way to be heard. I want to teach people that music goes far beyond just singing a few notes. It can change lives,”