From the time Phylicia Hollis gave her first lesson, she knew she was destined to teach. After receiving a Bachelor's of Music from the University of Memphis Rudi E. Scheidt School of Music, Phylicia opened a piano and voice studio and called it The Music House. Since its conception in 2013 the studio has been renamed to Phylicia Hollis Studios, Inc. and has educated hundreds of singers and musicians from ages 3 to 80. On a weekly basis the studio educates more than 100 children and adults with one-on-one private lessons and group studies. As a professionally trained musician and singer Phylicia has had the opportunity to travel to Germany, Austria, Belgium, The Netherlands, and Luxembourg with groups such as The University of Memphis University Singers and The Glory Gospel Singers of New York. Phylicia is the author of Healthy Choices Healthy Voices: Practical Ways for Becoming a Better Singer. Phylicia is a member of the Tennessee Education Association (TEA), West Tennessee Vocal Music Educators Association (WTVMEA), and she also works in various capacities of the music and fine arts industry as a high school music teacher, workshop facilitator, and entertainment consultant.
Meet The Team
"Without a song the day would never end."
Michelle Byrd is no stranger to performing because she has been featured in both Opera and Community-theater throughout her music career. She received her Bachelor's of Music Education from Arkansas State University. Michelle currently teaches Orff Music at Lucie E. Campbell Elementary School She is a member of the Rhodes College Master Singers under the direction of Dr. William Skoog.