Mrs. Lydia Greene

Mrs. Greene has taught music at BCS since 2002. She was accompanist for the various classes for four years before that. The music classes present two concerts a year, at Christmas, and in the spring. One of our musical traditions is ending the Christmas concert with all the choirs joining in singing Handel’s Hallelujah Chorus. Mrs. Greene loves seeing those precious kindergarteners belting out the “hallelujahs” with all their might! 

Mrs. Greene’s goals are to instill a love of quality music into our young people, and to teach them basic sight-reading skills. She applies the proverb “Give a man a fish, and he eats for a day; teach a man to fish, and he eats for life” to her music classes, and tries to teach them life-long musical skills along with the music we are preparing for concerts. She loves young people and music, so considers her position a perfect combination of those two things.
She graduated from Bob Jones University with a B. A. in Practical Christian Training, with proficiencies in music and speech. She continues her musical training by attending choral seminars each summer.