Sara Dacon, soprano and pianist, is currently pursuing a degree in Vocal Performance at the University of Houston. Sara has been studying classical piano for over 12 years, and has been studying voice for over 6 years. She first began to explore her passion for performance in middle school, and has been performing both vocally and on piano at churches, funerals, and weddings for the past 6 years. Additionally, Sara began working as a piano teacher as a high schooler, at Rowlett Piano Studio.
Her love of music inspired her to pursue a career in voice performance, studying under Cynthia Clayton at the Moores School of Music. She was recently named a semi-finalist in the Schmidt Vocal Competition, and has received various awards from the National Association of Teachers of Singing.
Sara is excited to teach in Houston at LIYH, and is most looking forward to connecting with her students and fostering a life-long love of music in them.