Vocal Music- Broadway

A soprano, has been a professional singer and voice teacher since 2009. As a voice teacher, she has done extensive continuing education with the Visceral Voice and the Singing Athlete, as well as at Shenandoah University's CCM Vocal Pedagogy Institute on Musical Theatre Styles, Working with Injured Singers, the Vocal Athletes' Guide to Vocal Wellness and Fitness, and Bridging Classical to Contemporary Training, etc. She is certified in Vocal Health First Aid. Her mentors/teachers include Andrew Byrne, Carol McAmis, Christine Schneider, and Dr. Christopher Arneson. As a performer, she is frequently sought out for her renditions of the National Anthem and God Bless America, for over 75 professional sports events, including the Boston Red Sox, Chicago Fire FC at Soldier Field (2x), Philadelphia Phillies (5x), Philadelphia Freedoms (with Venus Williams), and Miami Marlins (3x). As a soloist, she appeared at the King's Theater in Brooklyn, televised live on EWTN, as the Cantor/Soloist with the Philharmonic Orchestra of New York and Magnificat Foundation in 2018. She's also performed as a soloist with organizations such as the Hunterdon Symphony, Newtown Chamber Orchestra, Southern Vermont Lyric, Boheme Opera, and George Street Playhouse, among others. She was the first recipient of the Deborah Maher Award from The Opera Project in 2014.  Thrilled and fascinated by Musical Theatre Improv, she's studied extensively at the Magnet Theatre in NYC and currently performs fully improvised musicals online as part of Sotto Voce Musical Improv.  She has a Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance from Ithaca College, is an OperaWorks alum, and is on the faculty of the Theatrical Artists Prep in Scotch Plains NJ.