Chantelle Alvaro commenced teaching with Mini Maestros in 2012. She was introduced to Mini Maestros when her eldest child started attending classes at the age of 6 months. Chantelle holds a Bachelor of Teaching from The University of Melbourne and an Advanced Diploma of Music from the Box Hill Institute of TAFE. Chantelle has been an active educator and has extensive classroom and practical experience. Chantelle taught at Killester College for 7 years, where she was a concert band director, choir accompanist and musical director. She has organised many public concerts in a variety of settings – from prestigious venues such as the Robert Blackwood Hall to community based settings such as nursing homes, shopping centres and outdoor festivals. Chantelle is passionate about providing children and their carers the opportunity to share a love of music and form friendships.