JLeigh Wohlgemuth enjoys any combination of music and people! She especially loves introducing young people to the wonderful sound and feel of the piano. She also finds great joy in accompanying choirs. She has 20+ years of teaching and accompanying experience. JLeigh is a graduate of Crown College (B.S. Church Music) and the University of St. Thomas (M.A. Music Education-Piano Pedagogy). She held administrative and music faculty positions at Crown College, accompanies Twin Cities area choirs, musicals and soloists, and provides piano music for a variety of events. As an active member of the Minnesota Music Teachers Association, JLeigh judges piano exams, coordinates events, and serves on the Judge Education Committee. JLeigh currently resides in Waconia and teaches in the Waconia, St. Bonifacius, Chaska, and Victoria communities.
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JLeigh has years of experience with all levels of student. I've had the pleasure of working with her for over ten years and she is always the first person I call or recommend when I'm looking for a piano player or teacher. ~Curtis Kettler, Music Department Chair and Choir Director, Southwest Christian High School
JLeigh accompanied my choirs for over 15 years while I was Director of Choral Activities at Crown College. She was always prepared and professional in every way. She plays with great sensitivity and intelligence. She is a perfect compliment to any choral ensemble. ~Dr. David W. Donelson, Care Pastor, Wooddale Church
Let's just say my daughters are getting a college education at a steal!!! My kids are learning so fast it is blowing my mind! She watches and listens to them and really helps them to get the concepts. They say kids are like sponges, I like what they are soaking up every time they have a lesson! If you are remotely interested in growing your child's brain and helping them to keep it going for a long time, call JLeigh. One of the easiest and best choices I've made as a parent yet for the life of my child. If you really want to see what I'm talking about, click the family friendly links below. :) Musical effects on the brain: Link 1; Link 2; Link 3. ~Jason B., Parent