Marée Zollinger taught at Harmony Arts and Music Academy when it was still known as Croney Music Garden. She taught Home, Preschool, and Keyboard 1 and 2, along with private piano and djembe lessons. She also assisted in Cycles, spearheaded the private drum curriculum during its first year, and was heavily involved in the development of summer camps — particularly the Princess and Hero camps.
Now living in Idaho, she continues to contribute to the studio by writing the articles for the blog and occasionally serving as a sounding board for ideas. Marée also helped document the new mission statement and company values.
When she’s not doing Harmony Arts work, Marée spends the majority of her time with her toddler. She loves to read, write music, play brass instruments, compete in sports (especially soccer), and create scratch boards of wild animals. If she had a place to keep one, she would have an off-road motorcycle.
Marée has always had a love for children. Whether babysitting, teaching music, or playing just for the fun of it, she is able to connect with them. She learns as much as she can to help others (particularly children) recognize their value, understand their purpose, and unleash their inner greatness.
From Nan: I am personally very grateful for Marée in the contributions she has made and continues to make in providing the quality we strive to maintain in our studio. I am also very grateful for her friendship and the support that she is to me personally. To know Marée is truly to love her!