"Sing joyfully to the Lord, you righteous; it is fitting for the upright to praise Him." ~ Psalm 33:1

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Meet Miss Zentz!

Heidi Zentz teaches 5th-12th Grade Choral Music and 7th Grade Bible at Mansfield Christian School, as well as voice lessons at Richland Academy of the Arts. She is a graduate from Cairn University with a B. Mus. in Music Education (K-12) with a concentration in voice and a B.S. in Biblical Studies. She has taught private piano and voice lessons for seven years and recently taught voice lessons at Csehy Summer School of Music, where Maestro Thomas Hong, of the Mansfield Symphony Orchestra, conducted the Csehy Orchestra.  She completed her student teaching in choral music and theory at The Philadelphia High School for Creative and Performing Arts and assisted with Philadelphia’s All City Choir, which annually performs at the Kimmel Center.  She also student taught PreK-5th grade General Music at Cheltenham Elementary School and Delaware County Christian School. She has performed as a mezzo-soprano soloist through the Philadelphia and Harrisburg regions. 


Philosophy of Music

Within the realm of teaching music, my greatest desire is for my students to experience the beauty of musical creativity, communication, and community for the glory of God. My goal is to creatively present the arts in culturally relevant and academically sound methods, while clearly demonstrating the universal appeal and connection of music to literature, history, and current issues. I hope to enable my students to become independent musicians who discover their musical interests, hone their skills, and expose their spheres of influence to life-changing memorable and aesthetic experiences. I want my students to experience the blessing of wisdom, the joy of music, and every other good and perfect gift God bestows, with a spirit of thankfulness. I desire my students to develop a love for lifelong learning and the ability and confidence to become independent musicians, as they mature individually and lovingly serve society because of their love for Christ. 

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