Get to know our Music Together Teachers
Starting out as a “Music Together® MOM” herself, Miss Jeannie considers it a blessing to combine her passion for music and love for children and call it a job! She has so much fun seeing the joy that music brings on the faces of these wonderful children and the bond that is created with their parents and caregivers is priceless. “I always come out of class feeling ten feet tall! It is an honor to share the wonder of music with my families,” says Miss Jeannie. Her children, Allison and Evan, loved Music Together and growing up in a home where musical ways played. Everyone would often break out in harmony or dance in the kitchen. Music brings life to a home. Jeannie and her husband, Jerry, are also the owners of “JOURNEY PRODUCTIONS” a company that produces musical fashion shows which provides entertainment for fundraising events. They are so excited to continue their musical Journey with CMA by opening Journey Café at the music school. They are thrilled to have the space to host open mic nights for kids and adults, singer songwriter nights and the constant flow of music from CMA kids. Miss Jeannie will host kids birthday parties for boys and girls, princess teas, teen nights and the list goes on. They hope to have you share in the fun very soon!
Judy Wilson – Enuco
Judy’s music career has taken her voice around the country and close to home singing for many years with the highly successful group “The Party Dolls.” Her passion for the arts led her to a career of studio work, jingles and children’s concerts all around the country. Her charity work with the Holiday Express brings music and joy to to shelters and hospitals throughout the Tri- State area. She has shared the stage with numerous artists from Little Richard to Bruce Springsteen! On the faculty since 1998, Judy is now the director of Music Together of Union County and lives in Berlin, NJ with her husband Paul.
Assistant Director of Music Together
Ms. Maggie has been teaching music to children, teens and adults for over 20 years now, both privatey and in group settings. She is so thankful for the joy she sees that music brings her students and parents. She is always amazed at the powerful effect that music has on each child she teaches and treasures that special moment when she sees the student connect with the music, another child, parent and teacher. She is the General Manager at the Conservatory of Musical Arts where she also teaches piano, flute and harp. She believes that all children should have the opportunity to learn and enjoy music. She is very excited to not only be directing the Music Together program at CMA but to be teaching Music Together classes too. Her biggest joy in life is to give every child and family the opportunity to learn & experience music.