Deborah Adams received a Bachelor of Music Education, piano and choral concentration, in 1979 from Temple University in Philadelphia. She has been teaching piano, voice, and flute since 1985 in Delaware and Maryland. She is a member of the Delaware State Music Teachers Association and the Music Teachers National Association since 1985.
Lessons include theory, ear training, sight-reading, improvisation, and will include all styles of music to create a well-rounded musician. Debbie is an experienced accompanist for soloists, instrumentalists, church choirs, high school choirs, festivals, concerts, and recitals. She takes her experience as an accompanist and teaches it to her piano students so that they can perform with others with confidence.
She has been Music Director, Worship Leader, and Choral Director at Heritage Presbyterian Church in New Castle, DE since 1989. Her duties have included directing adult and children choirs, organizing and implementing children's drama and musical programs, Dinner theaters, and leading the worship team in worship.
Since 2005, she has been a member of the all-original jazz-influenced band, Pearl Street, where she is the keyboardist and flutist. Along with her husband, Rick, she composes some of the compositions for the band. Not only does she write for Pearl Street but also writes contemporary and jazz piano compositions.
"I am thankful for the gifts that God has given me and for the opportunity to use them for His glory."