Niccole Winney Williams

Niccole Winney was appointed Music Educator at Ray Marsh Elementary in 2018 and teaches general music and choir. She is a graduate of Kennesaw State University in Georgia, earning a Bachelor of Music with a concentration in music education. Since 2014, she has been a member of numerous ensembles including the New South Festival Singers, the Lynn Swanson Festival Singers and the William Baker Festival Singers. From 2014-2018, Niccole served as Staff Singer and Assistant Children’s Choir Director for the St. Benedict’s Episcopal Church in Smyrna, Georgia. Alongside this, she taught piano at the Vining's School of Art in Atlanta. Recently, Niccole completed a two-year internship with the William Baker Festival Singers during their 2018-2020 concert season at which time she made her conducting debut at the National Cathedral in Washington D.C. Currently, Niccole is completing a Master Degree in Music Education in Choral Pedagogy from the University of Kansas and serves on staff with the William Baker Festival Singers. She makes her home in Kansas City, Kansas.

Niccole Winney was appointed Music Educator at Ray Marsh Elementary in 2018 and teaches general music and choir. She is a graduate of Kennesaw State University in Georgia, earning a Bachelor of Music with a concentration in music education while minoring in linguistic studies.

Since 2014, she has been a member of numerous ensembles including the New South Festival Singers, the Lynn Swanson Festival Singers and the William Baker Festival Singers. At Kennesaw State she studied voice, organ, piano and conducting. From 2014-2018, Niccole served as Staff Singer and Assistant Children’s Choir Director for the St. Benedict’s Episcopal Church in Smyrna, Georgia. Alongside this, she taught piano at the Vining's School of Art in Atlanta. Recently, Niccole completed a two-year internship with the William Baker Festival Singers during their 2018-2020 concert season at which time she made her conducting debut at the National Cathedral in Washington D.C.

Currently, Niccole is working on completing a Master Degree in Music Education in Choral Pedagogy from the University of Kansas and serves on staff with the William Baker Festival Singers. She makes her home in Kansas City, Kansas.

Niccole may be contacted at: NiccoleWinney@SMSD.org

 

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