I studied music from a young age, first on the piano, and then in choirs in high school. My decision to pursue music as a career path is rooted in the community that I found in music. As an international performer, I have the opportunity to engage with musicians and audience members from different cultures and contribute to a global camaraderie. As a teacher of singing, I seek opportunities to include my students in that community, to learn from their experiences and to give them a new perspective through the music that I teach. Teaching online allows for me to keep a studio as I travel for performances, meaning that my students have the unique experience of studying with someone who is in the process of auditioning and performing. It also broadens my reach in meeting new students from different backgrounds and walks of life. I am excited to welcome you into my studio, and for us to share our unique perspectives with each other through our lessons together.
Qualifications & Experience
I hold a Bachelor of Music in vocal performance and pedagogy from Towson University, and I hold a Master of Music in Historical Performance and Singing from the Longy School of Music. Additionally, I hold a Teaching Artist Certificate, issued by the Longy School of Music. Outside of my university training, I have participated as a young artist with Opera Vivente in Baltimore and Haymarket Opera in Chicago, and I have performed extensively throughout the US and Germany.