This website is a sample of some of the accomplishments of Patricia Schexnyder Wilthew. Her passion for the arts was planted at the age of three, where she performed a ballet solo to Beethoven’s Minuet in G. Through her adolescent years, she continued to perform dance, singing, piano, and guitar with traveling talent troupes, then went on to become a family-builder. Many years later, after dabbling in professional singing and recording commercials with jazz clarinetist Pete Fountain, she began studying composition with Dr. Adolphus C. Hailstork at Norfolk State University and Old Dominion University. She has now branched out to writing books, producing albums, promoting patriotism, as well as teaching every grade level from Montessori to Regent University.
Online PERSONAL MENTORING for Foundational Piano or to Understand Music Theory
I am available to teach Foundational Piano or Music Theory through online Skype, FaceTime, or videoconferencing. This will include a FREE 15 minute Individualized Assessment of your present ability and to discuss your personal music goals. Learning will be at your specific pace.
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Enjoy my new website and look forward to frequent updates, upcoming events, and projects in the works. FEELING THE MUSIC is in the final stages of editing and design. Look forward to a book signing near you!
FEELING THE MUSIC: A Journey of Inspiration and Instruction to Foundational Piano from a Blind, Kinesthetic, or Auditory Perspective A Nonfiction How-To Inspirational Narrative Co-writers: Patricia S. Wilthew B.M., M.M.E. and Marjorie L. Wingert B.A., M.A. “In the blurry darkness where diseased eyes ripped away Marje’s world, lost dreams are re-envisioned with Pat, the creativeContinue reading “Feeling the Music”
It’s very hard not to worry about the state of our country. The choices we have border on loosing our freedoms or having one of the three stooges (who are busy squabbling and obnoxiously fighting during the few opportunities we have to hear the presidential candidates share their views) lead us down a volatile, unfiltered,Continue reading “Vote Your Conscience”
Browsing through a jewelry case and deciding which piece I would like enough to buy, reveals that I have expensive taste. Browsing through a music store testing and playing various instruments, reveals that only the best tonal quality is what I want. Browsing through racks of clothing, feeling and touching the material as well as,Continue reading “I Blame My Mother”