Start your child's musical journey the right way.
Our early childhood music teachers are all professionals with years of training and experience that enhance the way they teach their students. In early childhood music lessons, we focus on establishing a connection with music with your little one, developing their sense of pitch and rhythm, and learning everything from rhythmic dances to song stories. Our goal is to foster a love for music and an early aptitude for musical concepts in our young students, so that music will remain an important part of their lives as they get older.
You can also view our early childhood music teachers' bios below to see who's right for you.
Katy Colglazier, B.A.
Instructor of Early Childhood Music, Voice, and Piano
Accepting new students: No
Centralized teaching area: Fishers
Personal studio: Yes
Travel lessons offered: Yes
Katy Colglazier is a native Hoosier living in downtown Fishers following her graduation from Anderson University with a B.A. in Music. She was raised in a musical family, and has allowed music to play a leading role in her life. Possessing an especially deep passion for early childhood music, Katy has worked in child care for years, and as a Teacher's Assistant at Orchard View Elementary School in Middlebury, Indiana. There, she enjoyed getting children excited about learning through music, as well as planting the seeds and nurturing the confidence of young and beginner musicians. Katy has performed in a wide variety of unique performance roles, from a soprano in operas to part of the male chorus in musicals. She is an ISSMA State Champion, and was nominated a national finalist at the Fame National Music Competition, where she sang at Radio City Music Hall in New York City. While studying at Anderson University, Katy sang as a soprano for the Anderson University Chorale, and toured Scandinavia, performing in concerts throughout Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Estonia. She has spent six years in private vocal study with Professor Sandy Hill at Goshen College, and four years with Professor Diana Huntoon while at Anderson University.
Katy has experience singing and coaching a variety of vocal styles, including jazz, classical, musical theatre, pop, and indie. While at Anderson University, she was a Choral Director's Assistant, tutored students in music theory and ear training skills, and took many classes on music education and early childhood music. Aside from teaching, Katy enjoys DJ'ing for weddings and events, playing and reviewing video games, studio singing, playing ukulele, and arranging her own choral works.