Ms. Isabella Gentleman
Isabella Gentleman, a native of Rutland, Massachusetts, received a bachelor of music from St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota. Isabella specialized in choral conducting, voice, and music education, directed the children’s choir at First United Church of Christ of Northfield and taught voice lessons to peers and students from the community while in college. During her senior year she worked as the assistant director of Manitou Singers, the first-year collegiate treble choir at St. Olaf, as well as a music theory teaching assistant.
As the music teacher at Eagle Hill, she looks forward to continuing to develop and offer a variety of musical opportunities for EHS students. When she is not at school you may find Ms. Gentleman practicing voice, piano, or organ; baking a new gluten-free recipe; or designing graphic content for the All Saints Music and Arts series of All Saints Episcopal Church in Worcester, Massachusetts, where she also sings in the choir.