TIME AND HARD WORK

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Cordell newcomer is passionate about music education, teaching vocal lessons

  • Elizabeth Edge, left, sings during a performance. COURTESY PHOTO
    Elizabeth Edge, left, sings during a performance. COURTESY PHOTO
  • Elizabeth Edge, center, performs Mary Poppins at the Ardmore LIttle Theatre. Edge attended Southwestern Oklahoma University, where she earned a double major in music education and performance. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO
    Elizabeth Edge, center, performs Mary Poppins at the Ardmore LIttle Theatre. Edge attended Southwestern Oklahoma University, where she earned a double major in music education and performance. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO
  • Elizabeth Edge after a performance of the Final Trio from Strauss’s Der Rosenkavalier. With Edge is Brianna Boyce, Dr. Robin Griffeath, and Alyssa Garcia.
    Elizabeth Edge after a performance of the Final Trio from Strauss’s Der Rosenkavalier. With Edge is Brianna Boyce, Dr. Robin Griffeath, and Alyssa Garcia.
  • Elizabeth Edge
    Elizabeth Edge
Elizabeth Edge had an ah-ha moment when she was a senior in high school. She was the president of the school’s select choir, and the director needed to be out for a minute and asked Edge to teach a lesson to the eighth-graders. She thought to herself, I can’t teach a lesson to eighth graders. But, nonetheless, she started writing the lesson on the board. “As I looked out and I was telling them…

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