postSDtelegram3 20There's nothing like a "Thank You"...

Of all the rewards we get from our activities in life, an appreciative thank you is the most heartwarming.

I learned long ago that client and employer references open new doors.  With that understanding, I strive to provide high quality service and put my heart into any project I accept.  Most of all, I enjoy "collaborating" with my clients for the best outcome.

Pictured here is a "thank you" I received from a young student in my beginner group piano class through a San Diego recreation program.  Though I was not a classically trained pianist or  teacher, I loved working with young people to encourage their interest in music.  I was leaving the program to move my singing career forward.  

Now:  Thank YOU for taking an interest in what I have to offer!

Here's what folks are saying...

SOCIALLY DISTANCED COMBINATION BIRTHDAY / ANNIVERSARY SURPRISE: "Paula was fantastic! It's clear that Paula put in a ton of work to prepare and customize the performance, resulting in a really fun and memorable experience for us."  (5 of 5 star review review - M Bauer) 

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2013 Paula C Snyder and Grandma Paula photos by Chris Florio were made possible by the Regional Artist Project Grant.  The Regional Artist Project Grant is funded and administered by the United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County.   This project is supported by the N.C. Arts Council, a division of the Department of Cultural Resources.   The program is operated in partnership with the  Franklin County Arts Council, Johnston County Arts Council, Vance County Arts Council and Warren County Arts Council.