(Piano, Voice, Drum Teacher)
Sandrea is the founder of Music On Wheels Academy of Performing Arts. She has been training musicians for over 20 years. She studied music at the University of South Carolina and Kennesaw State University. Sandrea currently holds a Bachelor’s Degree with a concentration in Music, English and Education. Currently, as a Minister of Music for Restoring the Years Global Ministries, she professionally trains bands, choirs, and vocalists across the country. She holds specialized training in contemporary voice, classical piano, gospel & jazz, as well as beginner drumming. As an accomplished music professional, Sandrea has worked in the recording industry, in radio, and presently arranges commercials for music and ministry projects. Music On Wheels Academy features a new product line of music books that Sandrea has written to enhance the academy’s curriculum. Her vision is to write music curriculums and build a performing arts school grades K – 12th, that will educate and train students all over the region.
Gene is the Vice-President of Music On Wheels Academy of Performing Arts. With over 25 years of leadership and management experience, he has traveled around the world training and managing company operations for Darden Restaurants and Kennesaw State University. Gene is also a minister at Restoring the Years Global Ministries and holds a degree in Biblical Studies. He travels with Pastor Nick and Dr. Rhonda Travitt across the world to help restore the lives of hurting families.
Sophia is the Business Manager for Music On Wheels Academy of Performing Arts. She provides quality customer service and management to clients. She handles Human Resources, Accounts Payable & Receivables, student registration and scheduling, and client concerns. As a business owner with over 18 years of experience in business and accounting, she has a strong knowledge in fund management, accounting and control.
Teaching music for over 20 years, Mrs. Crute learned that her passion for bringing out the best in her students was something that fueled her and brings her constant joy. She currently holds a Bachelors of Science Degree and teaches piano, voice, contemporary dance and urban rhythms. She has taught students and performed on stages with and amongst artist such as TLC, Doug E Fresh, Kirk Franklin, Babbie Mason, Kurt Carr, Donnie McClurkin Deitrick Haddon and Casey J. Mrs. Crute is a vital force that trains her students to be leaders and to bring something new and innovative to the world of music.
(Violin, Viola, Cello)
As a graduate from State University of New York at Potsdam College, The Julia E. Crane School of Music (Bachelor of Music Education), Mrs. Katherine’s heart is all about nurturing the gifts and talents of her students. As a certified educator for over 36 years, she currently teaches students privately on violin, viola, cello and bass violin from beginner-advance, adults as well and children. Many of her students participate in Honors Orchestra, State Honors Orchestra, All-State Orchestra, National Federation of Music Clubs Festival (NFMC), Music Summer Intensives, Concerto Competitions and Georgia Youth Symphony Orchestras. Ms. Katherine is also an actress in her own right and has performed various roles professionally in productions such as: “See Saw” and “Woman’s Song”, “Ain’t Misbehavin’”, Belfry Theater, NY; “Tintypes”, “Three Penny Opera”, Elmwood Playhouse, NY; “Just Believe”, “The Crucible”, “The Fantasticks”, “Prisoner of Second Avenue” Act II, NY; “Grease”, “Camelot”, Mill Brook Playhouse, PA. Ms. Savage worked for Act II Performing Arts Center, NY & NJ, which was a musical theater program for children ages 6-18. She served in many different capacities: Musical Director for advanced students, Director intermediate students, Acting Coach for novice students, Choreographer and Costume Designer.
Eboni has worked with children as a program facilitator at the Boys & Girls Club. She presently works with mentally and physically disabled children. Eboni helps to mentor and encourage children to be the best they can be. Eboni has always had a passion for music and believes learning how to play any instrument can enhance a person’s character.
Kaetrina is a trained student of Music On Wheels Academy of Performing Arts. She assists in teaching students piano in the Cobb and Cherokee County schools.
Called to music ministry at a young age, David currently plays drums for Restoring the Years Global Ministries and teaches students on drums at Benjamin Preparatory School.
Isaac is a trained student of Music On Wheels Academy of Performing Arts. He currently plays piano keyboard for Restoring the Years Global Ministries and assists our Academy as a music accompanist.