"There was no one here to confuse me,
so I was forced to become original." Joseph Haydn

educator, pianist, presenter.

Martha has combined her lifelong interests in music, technology, and education into advocacy for the cause of music in therapeutic as well as aesthetic environments in the concert hall and beyond.

With a varied career in professional music pedagogy, performance, and computer development over her lifetime, one of her long-term goals is to facilitate the automation of some of the biomedical music techniques that have proven so powerful in working with children with special needs.

 

Latest News

01mar

keynote

Martha is giving the keynote presentation at the Brain Injury Association of Tennessee's annual conference for survivors of Traumatic Brain Injury on 3/29/3019.
23dec

web link

Martha is preparing to teach an inclusive (neurotypical and other students combined) piano class at the Chattanooga Public Library.
07 dec

document

Martha is asking for composers to help create a music database with compositions designed for therapeutic use.