- Principio Choral Director, Edmond and OKC
- Bella Voce Choral Director, Edmond and OKC
Joy Cavett has had much experience with enhancing a child’s overall development through music via Music with Joy with the Metropolitan Library System and SmartStart programs as well as private school instruction. She has completed Kodaly Level I and is Kindermusik certified. Joy holds a degree from Oklahoma City University in Vocal Performance.
- Music Experience Choral Director, Edmond
- Illuminati Choral Director, Edmond
- Music Experience Choral Director, OKC
- Illuminati Choral Director, OKC
Jillian Seamans is excited to be joining the staff of the Central Oklahoma Homeschool Choirs. A gifted singer and teacher, Mrs. Seamans graduated Sum Cum Laude with a Bachelors degree in Vocal Music Education from Oklahoma Baptist University, where she was named a Top 10 Senior Woman. She has taught music and choir at Oakridge Elementary School, Earlywine Elementary School and Norman North High School. A lover of performing, she has had several leading roles such as Marian in “ The Music Man,” Mrs. McLean in “Susannah,” Betty Haynes in “White Christmas,” Cinderella in “Into the Woods” and Miss Dorothy in “Thoroughly Modern Millie.” In her spare time, Mrs Seamans enjoys teaching voice lessons and baking for “Smashing Cakes by Jillian.” Mrs. Seamans and her husband, Colton, live in south Oklahoma City with their dog, Daisy. They are active members of First Southern Baptist Church in Del City, where they serve as worship leaders. Mrs. Seamans looks forward to working with the students of COHC. Soli Del Gloria!
- Choral Director, Choctaw
- Accompanist, Edmond and OKC
Emma Gee is a classically-trained pianist, accompanist, and piano instructor. She has been with COHC since 2015 and holds a B.M.A in Piano and an M.M. in Piano Performance. Emma is also a nationally certified teacher of music through MTNA, and she currently maintains a private piano studio in Edmond.
- Executive Director
Minda Ciardi has been a music educator for the past 15 years, teaching public, private, and homeschool students. She holds a Bachelor of Music degree in Music Education, vocal emphasis, from Abilene Christian University and a Masters of Arts in Music Education from Stephen F. Austin State University. She also holds a Certificate of Kodály Pedagogy from the University of North Texas. In addition to teaching duties, Minda has served as Director and Founder of Abilene Summer Sound, a music day camp at Abilene Christian University. Her other interests involve serving in leadership roles with Tōmy Friends (play therapy doll program) and Sam’s Place (orphanage for deaf children in Kenya). Minda lives in Guthrie with her husband and three daughters.
LAURA STOABS earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting from Oklahoma State University and then her Juris Doctorate from the University of Oklahoma College of Law. Laura is a solo practice attorney with a referral only Estate Planning practice. www.