Jennifer Grundberg received her associates in vocal performance at Texas Christian University where she was the Nordan Fine Arts Scholarship recipient. She received her Bachelor of Secondary Choral Education from Brigham Young University. She is a former high school choir director for the Fort Worth ISD. Mrs. Grundberg has given private vocal instruction for six years, and specializes in preparing students for Texas UIL All-State Choir competition, UIL Solo and Ensemble Competition, musical, pop show and college auditions. She truly believes that classical singing should be used to create a strong vocal foundation.
Mrs. Grundberg is also a former member of the Texas All-State Mixed Choir, the North Texas Oratorio Society, Texas Christian University Chorale, BYU Concert Choir, Chicago Chamber Choir and the Arlington Masters Chorale. She currently sings with Consono Houston. Mrs. Grundberg lives in League City with her extremely musical husband and their four crazy children. She is very excited to work with Clear Lake high school students and looks forward to a great year!
Janice Robbins received her Bachelor of Music at Baylor University and the Master of Music degree from the University of Houston in vocal performance. She also has credits from Oberlin, University of Indiana, Westminster, TCU, and others. Her teaching career was primarily at San Jacinto College Central. Now retired from that institution she continues on a small scale, to teach talented high school students and adults. Her students who wish to continue in the music field consistently receive scholarships to colleges and universities and she has many former students currently teaching in schools and as ministers of music. She has, for many years, helped many students achieve All State Choir status as well as earning leading parts in the yearly musical. One of her strengths is the ability to play the piano and accompany them. She has a long history with the Clear Lake High School choral program as well as other high schools in the area. She loves teaching voice students.