Micha Gehring is a professional musician and teacher with over 20 years experience in her field. Micha holds a Bachelor of Music in Voice Performance from the Baldwin-Wallace Conservatory of Music, and a Master of Music in Music Education from Boston University College of Fine Arts. She began her career as a classically trained opera singer and musical theater performer, before transitioning into the field of teaching music. She has authored two creative music education guides that were distributed to all 120 counties in the state of Kentucky in association with The Lexington Philharmonic (Music Builds Education and Voices of America), as well as an extensive research project entitled A New Vision for Education: STEM to STEAM. Micha is a former member of The Lexington Singers, and holds active memberships with KMEA and NAFME, the state and national music education associations, as well as KYACDA, the Kentucky Chapter of the American Choral Directors Association. She was once a resident teaching artist with Cincinnati Opera, and her fun claim to fame is that she once sang onstage with Josh Groban in front of 25,000 people!
Micha lives in Jessamine County in a cozy log cabin with her husband Andrew, son Kayden, and two dogs, Chandler and Lucy.