A good music instructor goes beyond just showing a student how to play an instrument instrument — she also inspires a love and appreciation for music and challenges her students to believe and understand that they, too, can become great! This job is one that Jeseth Griffith does not take lightly and one that humbles her each day. At the age of seven, Jeseth asked the pianist at her little church in Antigua, W.I., to teach her how to play the piano. Since that day, her hunger for learning and experiencing music has never been satisfied. Her family later emigrated and moved to the United States. As she grew, she developed a natural passion for singing, taking every opportunity to exercise that gift, particularly at her church. She would later train with Karen Walker and Venus Asai, who she credits for inspiring her to teach. Her training in those formidable years paid off as she became a young adult. She began a fruitful career of as a studio session singer, professional background singer and corporate band performer. Throughout her 10+ year career, she has worked with various artists in the Gospel, Jazz, R&B, and Pop genres, both in recording sessions and in live performances. As a vocalist, Jeseth’s professional demeanor and distinct sound breed versatility and make her a true in-demand jewel who stands out among her peers around the world. Currently, Jeseth travels regularly with the APB Band and a few other wedding/corporate event bands in the Southeast. She is an avid worship leader at her church. Through her work in the music industry, Jeseth noticed that not every singer was privy to the type of quality vocal education that she was afforded. She has decided to put her strong foundation to work by becoming a voice lesson instructor and vocal coach who employs both passion and education in her approach. She also uses her wide spectrum of musical experience to teach and reinforce fundamental techniques for varied styles, and inspires her students to confidently develop their unique singing voice.