Areas of Instruction
Percussion, Piano, Flute
Felicia Behm is an innovative educator and percussionist based in the Denver-metro area. She teaches elementary band and orchestra in Douglas County, as well as private percussion, piano, and flute lessons. She performs across the front range and provides clinics to student groups throughout the year.
Felicia received her Bachelor of Music in Music Education from Lawrence University. While there she studied classical percussion, West African drum and dance, Afro-Cuban and Brazilian drumming, and Balinese gamelan. She also studied conducting and education.
She has performed with a variety of ensembles, including the Mudra Rhythm Section, Colorado Wind Ensemble, Wyoming Symphony, Gamelan Tunas Mekar, and the Lakewood Symphony. Felicia has also participated in the International Body Music Festival with Keith Terry and co-founded Lawrence University's first body music ensemble with Stacey Stoltz (LU '11).
Felicia served as a clinician for Westminster High School, Adams School District, Douglas County Continental League, Fox Valley Youth Symphony, and as an instructor for the Lawrence Academy of Music. She completed her student teaching in Kimberly, WI, taught English in Madrid, Spain, and was the band director at Lincoln High School in Lincoln, CA. Currently she teaches private lessons and beginning band and orchestra in South Denver.
As a percussionist, Felicia has worked with many artists, including Michael Spiro, Nancy Zeltsman, Nani Agbeli, Keith Terry, Joe Locke, Jackeline Rago, Michael Burritt, Gordon Stout, I Made Lasmawan, Mestre Galego and Mestre Acordeon.
Felicia endorses Vic Firth and bdlpercussion.