Our Instructors

Meghan Miller
Meghan Miller holds a Bachelor’s of Music in Music Education from the University of North Texas. She taught general music and choir at E. P. Rayzor Elementary in Denton for three years, during which time she had the privilege of teaching over 1,000 students. Meghan has continued to teach or accompany part-time while staying home with her three children. Some of her part-time work has included teaching high school choir at Denton Calvary Academy, as well as assisting and accompanying the choirs at Denton Calvary Academy and teaching private piano and voice lessons. She loves the way music brings joy to students and strives to make each musical experience meaningful. Students and parents can look forward to exploring music through singing, movement, games and more in an exciting learning environment.
Ashley Westgate
Ashley Westgate is a music educator, vocalist, and percussionist who currently resides in Flower Mound with her husband Paul and two boys: Jason (6) and Justin (2).  She graduated from the University of North Texas summa cum laude with Bachelor of Music and Master of Music in Music Education degrees, specializing in voice and percussion.  She worked with the Early Childhood Music program for many years during her time at UNT.
Mrs. Westgate has taught choir at various high schools in the Dallas area, and she has also worked with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra Christmas Celebration Children’s Chorus.  Ashley was honored to serve as a contributing author on Voices in Concert, a choral textbook, and enjoys her current position as a music specialist for McGraw-Hill Education.  In addition, she continues to work as a music leader and children’s choir director at Saint Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church in Dallas.  Ashley has recorded with the Turtle Creek Chorale and plays piano and drums/percussion for local organizations and theaters around DFW including Lyric Stage.  She currently serves as an adjudicator, clinician, and musician while maintaining her memberships in TMEA and TMAA.