b'FACULTYHeather Oberheim, MA, R-DMT (Music & Movement program director, dance movement therapist, Take 3) holds aBIOGRAPHIESB.A. in psychology with a concentration in dance from Colby Sawyer and an M.A. in dance movement therapy and counseling from Antioch New England. A certified yoga instructor, she has training in neurologic dance movement therapy with expertise in helping older adults cope with the effects of Parkinsons, Alzheimers, and dementia. Her classes on-site, in public schools, and community agencies such as Head Start benefit 250 low-income children and children with special needs annually. She is active in the Early Childhood Music and Movement Association, the American Dance Therapy Association, and the NH Early Learning Association. The body is a wonderful tool that Heather Oberheim we are given at birth. When we move that body to music, we can re-pattern our ways of moving to help us breathe, behave, and move in a more functional way.Petra Pacaric (voice) performs regularly as a jazz vocalist and has performed with the Boston Symphony and Tanglewood Festival Chorus. Featured solo engagements have been with New England Light Opera, Longwood Opera, the Metrowest Symphony, and Nashua Symphony. A member of the voice faculty at Phillips Exeter Academy, she holds a Masters in Vocal Performance from Boston Conservatory. In her native Austria, she studied music and foreign languages at the Innsbruck Conservatory of Music and the University of Innsbruck, from which she graduated with an MA for Foreign Languages in Conference Interpretation and Translation. Petra PacaricGregg Pauley (piano) has performed throughout the United States and Canada, including Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center, Merkin Hall, Steinway Hall, and Yamaha Artist Studios in New York City. Gregg is a graduate of the University of Southern California and the Mason Gross School of the Arts. During his tenure as Director of Programs at Musicfest Perugia, he was a featured soloist in concerts at the Sala dei Notari and the Basilica di San Pietro. He is Gregg Pauley also on the faculty at Tufts University and is a frequent master class teacher and competition adjudicator.Jane Berlin Pauley (voice) has appeared in operatic roles and in concert with Rutgers Summerfest, New England Lyric Operetta, Dartmouth Handel Society, and Longwood Opera. She holds a bachelors degree in Voice Performance from the Mason Gross School of the Arts and a masters degree from New England Conservatory, with further studies at Westminster Choir College, Manhattan School of Music, and Tanglewood Music Center. Jane teaches with humor and creativity, encouraging students to find joy in singing and solace in the understanding that mastering solid vocal concepts will enhance their singing experience. Jane Berlin PauleyKeith Perry (jazz, blues & rock guitar) has performed in the Montreux Jazz Festival and with the 3 oclock Jazz Ensemble at UNH. He regularly plays around the Seacoast at venues including Blue in Portland, the Stone Church, and many others. Keith holds a bachelors degree in Jazz Performance from UNH and has studied with David Newsam, Mack Walters, and Phil Sargent. He has taught through his private studio and at UNHs Summer Youth Music School Keith Perry (SYMS) program. 27'