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A Note from Ms. Belhumeur: 

There is always something exciting happening in the music hall... 

This week, we are proud to have received news that SIX of our ensemble students have been accepted to Massachusetts Central District Junior Music Festival! Students had to prepare solo repertoire and audition as individuals. What a fantastic display of work ethic and musicianship at our school! GO LBMS!!

As we get close to grades closing in March, please check in on the parent portal. With all the sickness that's been going around and absence, your student may have work s/he/they needs to complete or turn in for music. If an assignment is indicated without a grade or as missing, please check in with your student or feel free to contact me.

If you ever have a question about your child's work in music, I can be best reached by e-mail at abelhumeur@nrsd.net and also by phone 978-365-4558. 

Musically Yours,
    Ms. Belhumeur

Meet the Teacher:

Amy Belhumeur holds a Bachelor of Music degree in Music Education from Gordon College. She has experience teaching music to students PreK-12 in general music, instrumental ensembles, and small vocal groups. 

Professionally, Amy strives to stay active and involved, always discovering new ways to bring music to students. She is a member of the National Association for Music Education and the Massachusetts Music Educator's Association. She has held offices with these organizations in her collegiate chapter of NAfME, and as an ambassador for MMEA. In 2015, Amy represented the state of Massachusetts for NAfME's "Hill Day" in Washington D.C., a nationally organized opportunity to advocate for music in schools. At the time of her graduation, Amy was awarded the Most Promising Music Educator Award from MMEA. 

As a performer, Amy has participated in a variety of ensembles: concert band, symphony orchestra, string orchestra, jazz choir, marching band, chamber ensembles, and jazz combos. She prides herself in being a versatile musician and has an interest in a wide variety of music from classical to indie and pop. Some of her notable performing accomplishments include achieving Principal Double Bass for the Gordon College Symphony Orchestra, and Principal Double Bass for her home state's All-State Festival.

When she's not playing or teaching music, Amy enjoys traveling, yoga, cooking, and playing with her cat (who ironically dislikes music very much).