About the Sisters

in Kansas City MO

At age six Sarah took her first Suzuki method piano lesson and went on to study piano for a total of twelve years. She began teaching her siblings piano in 2002 and started teaching outside her home in 2003. She currently teaches forty-three students of varying ages and skill levels.  Sarah enjoys hymn improvisation and arranging but especially loves piano accompanying.  She plays piano for church specials, local junior highs/high schools, weddings and for various ministry opportunities.  Sarah has a passion for teaching in general, but on the list of favorite teaching subjects,      piano is at the top! 


At a young age, Hannah started lessons on the violin and  piano.  She currently studies with Dr. Cease and  Barbara Dobyns.  She has had various  opportunities to share her music in churches, as an accompanist in local schools, weddings, parties and gatherings. She is a member of the Conroe Symphony Orchestra of Conroe.  She began teaching private music lessons in 2004 and currently maintains a studio of forty-five violin and piano students.  Hannah loves investing in the lives of each student and seeing them develop into confident musicians!


Leah started taking piano lessons at age three but took a break after her teacher married and moved out of state.  She resumed her studies under a new teacher about ten years ago and has been studying ever since.  Leah's all-time favorite piano piece is "Moonlight Sonata".  She enjoys playing oboe for the Conroe Symphony Orchestra
, sings specials for church and co-leads a kid's choir at church with Rebekah. Leah began teaching piano in 2007 and currently maintains a studio of about thirty-five students. Seeing her students progress is a huge bright spot in her week!


Like her sisters, Rebekah grew up learning piano. singing, and playing a secondary instrument, the flute. She had a longtime goal of learning the cello, so when her brother went off to college, leaving his cello behind, it was the perfect opportunity to start cello lessons. Rebekah has an incredible gift of patience which is one quality that makes her an excellent teacher.  Rebekah teaches about 25 students in the Woodlands and surrounding areas.  Rebekah, along with sister Leah, also directs the Hallelujah Kids Choir at North Belt Baptist.


anist, violinist and violist, Susannah has studied music since a very young age.  She enjoys playing her instruments in church and for the Conroe Symphony.  The piano is definitely her "unwind" and you can often hear Susannah doodling around on the piano, improvising hymns and composing her own melodies.  Her most recent musical inspiration was to learn the mandolin.  She likes a broad range of musical genres from Classical to Bluegrass.  Susannah teaches a few violin students at this time and plans to expand her teaching after she graduates High School in 2014.

  •  What instruments can be heard if you were a fly on the Hulin's wall?
piano, violin, clarinet, viola, cello, flute, trombone, banjo, ukulele oboe, mandolin, guitar and an occasional kazoo. :)

  • Are there any Hulin brothers?
Yes!  We're blessed with two brothers.  While none of them teach music with us (yet!) they play music with us! Living in a big family is such a blessing and so much fun!  There is never a dull moment around our house!

  • What kind of things do you enjoy doing as a family?
Camping, canoeing, hiking, basketball, volleyball, baking and playing instruments together.  It's a whole lot of fun!  Other hobbies that aren't as much "whole family activities" but ones that the sisters enjoy are sewing, cross-stitching, beading, needlework, American Sign Language, letter writing, rubber stamping, reading and spending time with friends and family.

  • What are some of your favorite Bible verses?
Hebrews 11:1-6 (school theme verses)
Colossians 3:23-24 (Sarah)
Psalms 37:23-24 (Hannah)
Proverbs 4:23 (Leah)
Isaiah 26:3-4 (Rebekah)
Psalm 100:1

  • Where can we here the Hulin Sisters play?

Areas we serve:

We look forward to making music together with you!

Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly in all wisdom; teaching and admonishing one another in 
psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, 
singing with grace in your hearts to the Lord.  
And whatsoever ye do in word or deed, 
do all in the name of the Lord Jesus, 
giving thanks to God and the Father by him.  

Colossians 3:16-17