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Laura Harder St. Charles Piano, Drums, Music Theory.

Laura is a percussionist, pianist, and well-rounded musician from St. Louis, Missouri. She is a lifelong musician but began taking piano lessons at the age of 8. At the age of 12, she joined her middle school’s band as a percussionist. She continued to take piano lessons until high school when she joined her high school’s marching band, which she continued for the next four years. In high school, she was a three-time qualifier for the Missouri State Solo and Small Ensemble competition.

Her love of music grew through high school and she decided to continue her education at Graceland University in Lamoni, IA. She is currently finishing up her Bachelor of Arts in Music Performance with two endorsements in K-8 and 5-12 Music Education. Throughout college, she participated in many ensembles and performance opportunities that have helped her grow as a musician and educator. She is a three-time placer in the Anthony Hyde Solo Scholarship Competition during her time at Graceland.

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Liv Quick St. Charles Guitar, Song Writing.

Liv Quick is a talented singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist hailing from Saint Charles, Missouri. Their musical journey began at the tender age of 10 when they first picked up a guitar, and ever since, they have been passionately honing their skills.

Though their expertise lies in rock and alternative music styles, Liv's explorations have led them to delve into the realms of funk, blues, metal, and various other genres.

As a music teacher, Liv takes pride in their unique teaching style, which they describe as "patient and concise." They firmly believe that every individual possesses an inner rockstar waiting to be unleashed, and with dedication and guidance, anyone can tap into their musical potential.

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