Welcome to the PracticeHabits.co community!
My name is Chris Owenby, your helpful music teacher professional.
I’m a composer, music director, and piano teacher among many other things, including my greatest passion – being the best husband I can be to my lovely wife and the best father I can be to our two beautiful little girls.
I’ve taught piano, voice, music composition, and music theory to students of all ages for over 15 years.
I’ve always enjoyed the opportunity to share my knowledge, passion, and love for music with young people.
Pouring into others is a wonderful thing! Wouldn’t you agree?
But you know what? There’s one thing that sticks out as the greatest pain point among us teachers.
Students not practicing!
Maybe you can relate…
But I’ve found that students really respond to music and resources that inspire them.
So that’s what I do. I create helpful resources in the form of original piano music, exercises, practice guides, and much more.
PracticeHabits.co is a resource for you. A trusted and reliable resource that you can depend on for all of the above.
What are you struggling with in your private lessons? What kinds of practice resources would aid you in your lesson preparation? Are their particular styles of music that would spark creativity and passion in your students?
I look forward to getting to know you and learning all about the important work you’re doing.
Have a fantastic day!
More about Chris –
Award-winning composer Chris Owenby is a celebrated composer of music spanning multiple genres.
His music has enjoyed performances by the Goliard ensemble, the Northwestern College Choir, the DeKalb Choral Guild, the Flint River Trio, the Terminus New Music Ensemble, the Brass Standard, the LaGrange College Singers, the Sons of Lafayette, and members of the Columbus, Atlanta, and LaGrange Symphony Orchestras.
His music has received recognition and awards from the College Music Society (2010, 2011, and 2012 Southern Regional), Vox Reflexa’s New Millenium Composer’s Forum CD Project, and the Dekalb Choral Guild’s 2009 Young Composer’s Competition.
His published works include Could It Be (Emerson Music), O Magnum Mysterium, Our True Savior, and Supernova (Imagine Music Publishing).
His choral music, instrumental music, and songs have aired on National Public Radio, the Immanuel Broadcasting Network, White Dove Radio, and Bigloo Christian Radio among other stations.