The Stedfast School of Music and Arts

"encouraging dreams to grow"

Instructors and Lessons

art | bass and guitar | brass | drama | drums | photography | piano | ukulele | violin | voice | woodwinds


Paula F. Greiner - Voice and Piano Instructor

·         Studied voice with Peter Elvins, Demetra George and Gale Fuller

·         Coached with J. Scott Brumit and Michael Strauss

·         Studied piano with Craig J. Stine

·         Teaching voice and piano for 35 years

·         Director and co-founder of the Queset Community Chorus

·         Founder of The Puppet Project

·         Co-founder of The Shovel Town Ten-minute Play Festival

·         Owner of the Stedfast School of Music and Arts

Paula has been singing professionally since the age of 12 and is best known in the area for her work as a soloist, accompanist, director and teacher. Although her vocal specialties include opera, art song, Broadway and sacred music, she believes that every voice is unique and that sound technique transcends any musical style. She loves to sing and play the piano and is enthusiastic in sharing that joy with others, not only in her performing but also in her teaching. She is devoted to encouraging her students to realize their musical potential through knowledge, performance and hard work.

Contact Paula directly at 508-238-6949 or


Mary Parker - Voice, Piano, Recording and Songwriting Instructor

·         13 years of private classical and contemporary piano and voice lessons

·         3 years of jazz piano and ear training classes with Ran Blake at New England Conservatory

·         1 year of piano accompaniment for voice with Gerry Bergonzi (Dave Brubeck Quartet)

·         10 years as piano, keyboard and voice instructor at Mary’s Music Studio in North Easton

·         25 years teaching private piano and voice

·         Musical influences include Billy Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, Leonard Cohen, Oscar Peterson, Ray Charles and Norah Jones

Mary has discovered that her strength as a piano and voice teacher comes from over 35 years of constantly improving her own skills. Her success as a good piano and voice teacher has definitely stood the test of time. Many of her students have gone on to incorporating music into their college studies and some have even made music a successful career choice. In addition, her valuable experience as a performer adds another long list of benefits for her students who are interested in auditioning for school plays and musicals, for bands, for professional performances and/or for sharing their talents in church. She has also learned that a patient and relaxed attitude works wonders with people of all ages. She says, “Learning to play the piano or sing songs can be great fun but it requires a serious practice schedule in order for the student to make progress. I feel that at least one year’s commitment to the study of piano and/or voice is needed for that solid beginning to set the stage for better things to come.”

Contact Mary directly at 781-575-1807 or