Sarah Richàrd, Director of Edmonds-based Alley Bell Music, has received the award of “Peer Support in Education” from Music Together Worldwide. The award was given in Princeton, New Jersey on May 5, during the 30th annual Music Together Convention.
The convention was attended by over 300 Music Together teachers and directors, representing 13 countries. A set of wind chimes was given to Richàrd at the award ceremony, and the chimes are now hanging in Alley Bell Music’s new studio at 143 5th Ave. N., in downtown Edmonds.
For more information on the Music Together program at Alley Bell Music, visit www.alleybellmusic.com. Private voice lessons are also available at Alley Bell Music for singers ages 10 and up, and a K-2 general music class for home schoolers will be coming in fall 2018.
An Edmonds resident, Richàrd is a former Edmonds Arts Commission Scholarship winner, a graduate of Edmonds-Woodway High School, and a specialist in the fields of early childhood music education and vocal health.