We are a group of experienced musicians that enjoy playing for weddings and receptions in the South Chicago area.
Emillie has been involved with music since she was 8 years old starting with the piano, before discovering her love for the violin a little later. She has had the privilege to use her violin playing to serve the Lord in church, for weddings, concerts, and play performances. Emillie became a registered Suzuki teacher at the University of Wisconsin in Stevens Point and began teaching violin in 2006. She has been instructed in violin playing under Carl Johnston and Drostan Hall.
Daniel ~ Guitar
Daniel is a very talented young man and has enjoyed playing the guitar for several years. He and his therapy dog are frequent visitors of an assisted living home nearby where Daniel participates in bringing beautiful music to the residents there. Daniel enjoys sharing his music with others whether it is for a wedding, playing for his church or to accompany a vocal or instrumental song.
Rebekah ~ Piano
At the age of eight Rebekah begged her Mother to allow her to begin piano lessons. Since that first lesson, nearly twelve years ago, her love for classical and romantic music has continued to grow. Rebekah currently enjoys using her talent as one of the primary pianists at her church. In the future she hopes to pursue collegiate musical training in anticipation of blessing a wider audience.
Kaleigh ~ Piano
Kaleigh is currently a local piano performer and teacher. She has played piano for 14 years and has taught for the last 5 years. She is trained in heavily in classical and popular music and also songwrites and arranges music. Along with piano, Kaleigh has a heavy musical theatre and acting background and also offers private voice and acting coaching upon request. She has studied in New York City at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy and has performed all over the Chicagoland area. She was also a member of the Young People’s Company at the Piven Theatre Workshop for 3 years and attended the Chicago Academy for the Arts.