Tanya Taylor graduated from the University of Utah with a BA in Music Education and has been passionate about teaching youth ever since. Ms. Taylor has been a member of the staff at Park City Day School since its inception teaching Performing Arts to students at every grade level.
In 2010, Ms. Taylor was featured in the Park City Magazine as one of the top talent coaches in Utah. A versatile artist and composer, she was the founder of Park City Three Sopranos, Park City Glee, and has served as the Artistic Director of Taylor Productions for the past 19 years. Taylor Productions, founded in 1995, utilizes the Performing Arts to spread social awareness for humanitarian issues around the world.
Ms. Taylor served on the Board of Directors for the Park City Singers for 8 years, and professional accompanied or directed the group for 14 consecutive years. She musically directs, accompanies, choreographs, and performs for shows with Park City High School, The Egyptian Theatre, DarkHorse Theatre Company, GAB Productions, The Park City Singers, The Follies, The Yurt, Riverhorse on Main, St. Mary's Catholic Church, as well as teams up with other musicians to professionally record and perform.
She currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Lost Boys Of Sudan Foundation, GAB Productions, and is a public speaker for the humanitarian organization, The Hope Alliance.
When she is not teaching, her passions include spending time with her family, performing, reading, playing sports, studying history, and observing cultures around the world.