I am a classically trained, professional singer with years of teaching experience. Though my professional work is focused on classical music, I love working with students on all genres of vocal repertoire, and have ample experience instructing students interested in popular music, musical theater, and jazz.
I am a graduate of Oberlin College and Conservatory, where I received degrees in both Art History and Vocal Performance as a participant in the school's Double Degree Program. From Oberlin, I moved to Cincinnati, where I completed a Masters in Vocal Performance at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music (CCM). I then further pursued my vocal training as a member of Boston University's Opera Institute, prior to relocating to New York in 2021.
Over the course of my musical education, I have completed extensive coursework in Music Theory, Aural Skills, Music History, and several courses on Vocal Pedagogy with some of the nation's top voice teachers.
Since I began teaching in 2015, some of my students have been more advanced in terms of their training and experience, and many arrived with little to no musical background: I find teaching students of all levels and backgrounds incredibly exciting and rewarding.