Ms. Freston honored with 2019 RCM Teachers of Distinction
We are so lucky to have Ms. Freston! She was recently honored with the 2019 RCM Teachers of Distinction Award from The Royal Conservatory. Way to go Ms. Freston! Below is a description of the award or you can go to here.
Congratulations to the 2019 RCM Teachers of Distinction
RCM Teachers of Distinction are leaders in the field of music education, recognized for their contributions of creativity, dedication, innovation, and passion. Through their years of teaching experience, they provide mentorship to other teachers and instill a lifelong love of music in their students. RCM Teachers of Distinction are an inspiration to others and are influential in creating a brighter future for music education.
US – Southwest and Northwest
Annette M. Freston, NCTM, has been teaching, performing and accompanying on the piano since high school and has played harp since 2002. A Uintah Basin native, Annette studied music at BYU Idaho, BYU and Dixie State University, holding an A.S. from BYU, B.S. from USU and M.A. from NAU. She is a Nationally Certified Teacher with Music Teacher’s National Association, a member of UMTA and founder of Music for Life, music studios in Kingman and Arizona and Vernal, Utah. Her studio was honoured as Arizona’s first and one of only three founding schools for The Royal Conservatory Certificate Program and Kingman’s Business of the Year in 2015. She is Centre Representative with centres in Kingman and Vernal, participating since 2012 with students receiving centre/state awards. Annette served as faculty at Tuacahn School of Arts, Northwestern Community College, Mohave Community College and Terra Academy in Vernal.