Welcome Page

Hello everyone! 


My name is Mrs Genovese, and I am so excited to tell you all that I am the new music teacher here at Greenwich Catholic School! I teach every student at GCS Music, including the early learning classes.


A little bit about me! I have my bachelors in Music, concentration Classical Voice from Western Connecticut State University. During my time there I had the opportunity to  travel to Salzburg Austria, performing in various opera houses, and masterclasses. I also performed in 8 major operas during this time. My staring roles included, Mrs. Splinter in "The Tenderland"; Olga in "The Merry Widow; The Mother in "Amahl and the Night Visitors"; and The Duchess of Plaza Toro in “The Gondoliers”. I have also competed and placed in various Music Competitions including; 3rd place for the New England Regional NATS competition, Lower college. 


I also have my masters degree in Music Education, concentration in Classical Voice from the University of Bridgeport. During my graduate degree I had an internship for Danbury Public Schools. Where I had various roles to perform. These included temporary music teacher, where i was able to execute the 5th grade graduation performance.


I have taught choir, orchestra, band and general music to grades kindergarten-eighth grade before starting my journey here at GCS.  

Before starting at Greenwich Catholic School, I worked as a music teacher for Stamford Public Schools! This is where I taught orchestra to 4th and 5th grade, choir to 4th grade, and general music to grades kindergarten through 5th. Before starting this position I was also a long term substitute in Stamford for the Band and General Music Teachers in one of the middle schools. 


At the beginning of each month, I will be sending out a newsletter to update you of any upcoming music events and also what your children are working on in music class! Please reach out to me if you have any questions at, [email protected]



Second grade students learning about Black History Month and writing their own Underground Railroad songs