Mrs. Day was born in Washington, D.C., and moved to Buckingham County 
when she was two years old.  She is the eldest of five--four girls and a boy.

Mrs. Day is a graduate of the Buckingham County Public School System.  She 
is also a graduate of Liberty Baptist College, Lynchburg, VA (Music 
Education), and Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, TX 
(Master of Music).  

Mrs. Day is a member of the Charlottesville Music Teachers Association.

Mrs. Day has taught General Music classes at the preschool, elementary and
secondary levels.  She has directed Choirs at the elementary, secondary and
adult levels.  She has also directed Handbell and Brass Choirs.  She has
taught Piano Classes at the secondary level, and has had several private
piano students.

She has taught music in Buckingham and Albemarle Counties, The Covenant
School of Charlottesville, Charlottesville High School and Buford Middle
School.

Mrs. Day was the Church Music Director for The Salvation Army Corps
(Church), Charlottesville for three and one half years.

She previously studied voice with the late Edmund Najera of the University of
Virginia and Piedmont Virginia Community College.  She is currently studying
voice with Ruth Ann Bishop of Piedmont Virginia Community College.

She has sung with The Oratorio Society of Charlottesville-Albemarle, The
Virginia Consort, The Virginia Consort Festival Chorus and the Piedmont
Virginia Community College Choir.  She is currently a member of The Oratorio
Society of Virginia.

Mrs. Day has presented in solo recital in Charlottesville, Buckingham and
Lynchburg.

She was a member of The Parson Trio of Scottsville consisting of her mother
and sister, with her father accompanying.

Mrs. Day enjoys singing classical and sacred music.  She plays piano and
several brass instruments (but not as well as she would like!), and English
Handbells.  She enjoys listening and learning from other musical genres.

Mrs. Day especially enjoys arranging and even composing sacred choral
music.  Her compositions have been presented in both church and school
settings.  She is in the process of presenting her works for publication.

Mrs. Day has had the privilege of singing "The National Anthem" before a
Richmond Kickers soccer match (they won that evening!).

She also enjoys exercise, reading and travel.

Mrs. Day is married to Philip Day, formerly of Roanoke.  Philip is the founder of http://PhilipDayCommunications.com.


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