Nicole Sheeler is an instrumental music teacher with a broad range of abilities. She started piano early on, quickly followed by violin and clarinet. Clarinet has been Nicole's primary performance instrument since high school. Nicole attended West Virginia University from 2001-2005 and obtained a Bachelor's Degree in Music Education. Her Masters Degree in Music Education is from Towson University in 2020.
As a young public school teacher, Nicole taught string orchestra, guitar, piano and music theory classes in Harford County at C. Milton Wright HIgh School for 7 years. In Baltimore County, Nicole taught band for 5 years and was able to start a string orchestra with a total of 11 years of string orchestra experience.
Nicole has accumulated experience teaching clarinet, piano, stringed instruments, guitar, voice, and low brass instruments in a private lesson setting with students ranging from kindergarten to adulthood. She is excited and enthusiastic about spreading her joy for music performance.