Adjunct Instructors

Along with our full-time Arts faculty, DC's music program is strengthened through our adjunct instructors. Learn more about them below.

Mrs. Teresa Anstatt

Voice/Sight Singing

Mrs. Teresa Anstatt, member of the National Teachers of Singing Assoc., holds a Bachelor of Music degree from the Wheaton College Conservatory of Music. She has performed in operas and as a concert soloist with choirs and symphonies as well as in Broadway-style musicals. Highlights include Carnegie Hall, Princeton’s Richardson Auditorium, the NJ Governor’s mansion, Central PA Symphony orchestra, the Strand Capitol Performing Arts Center, Harrisburg Opera, the York Symphony Orchestra, Harrisburg Choral Society and Walnut Street Theatre. Some of Teresa’s students have been awarded scholarships to the colleges of their choice. Mrs. Anstatt attends Calvary Chapel of Delaware County where she has served as prayer counselor, Bible teacher and singer/director.

Mr. James W. Hala


Mr. James W. Hala attended Temple University and studied with Seymour Rosenfeld (Philadelphia Orchestra), Gerard Schwartz (New York Philharmonic) and Frank Kaderabek (Philadelphia Orchestra). He has performed, toured internationally and recorded with the Philadelphia Orchestra, Ocean City Pops Orchestra and the Westminster Brass. Mr. Hala is on the faculty at The College of New Jersey. He is an elder at Tenth Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia.

Mrs. Sarah Seaman-Whitehead

Piano, Flute, Violin

Sarah Seaman-Whitehead started taking piano lessons at the age of five, flute lessons when she was nine, and violin lessons in eighth grade. Mrs. Whitehead graduated from Temple University with a double Master's Degree in Piano Performance and Piano Pedagogy studying with Dr. Charles Abramovic. Prior to this, she graduated summa cum laude from Grove City College with a B.M. in Music earning a double degree in Piano and Flute Performance.

Sarah is a winner of three different concerto competitions. She has performed Beethoven's Third Piano Concerto in C Minor, Beethoven's Fifth Piano Concerto "Emperor," and Mozart's Concerto for Flute and Harp in C Major. She is also a certified Suzuki instructor.

Sarah has extensive accompanying experience with the Csehy Summer School of Music, Temple University, and Grove City College. Sarah & her husband Gideon actively serve at Proclamation Presbyterian Church.

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