- Levels Taught:
- Beginner, Intermediate
- Teaches students:
- Ages 6+ and special needs
- Teaching since:
Hello! I'm a singer and actor who performs everything from opera to musical theatre to jazz to straight theatre. I have performed as far away as Bruges, Belgium.
As a teacher, I have taught privately and in the classroom for the past 14 years. I have taught for the Metropolitan Opera Guild Urban Voices as a Master Teaching Artist, for the Boston Symphony Orchestra's Days in the Arts program, for Watertown Children's Theatre, and for the North End Music and Performing Arts Center where her students have shared the stage with the Boston Landmarks Orchestra and the Boston One City Choir.
As a performer, her favorite roles include Anita in "West Side Story", Jo March in "Little Women", and Carmen in "Carmen".
Founded in 1959, the American Choral Directors Association (ACDA) is a nonprofit music-education organization whose expressed purposes outline the associations dedication to the advancement of choral music. The mission of ACDA is to inspire excellence in choral music through education, performance, composition, and advocacy.+ Read More
MMEA seeks to support comprehensive, quality music education for all students, through advocacy, professional development, and a commitment to lifelong learning.
The purpose of MMEA is to: Advocate and promote the advancement of music education through the schools of the Commonwealth and other educational institutions or organizations; Provide enrichment opportunities in music for students through District and All-State honor groups; Secure greater recognition for music as an integral part of the school curriculum, Encourage music activities among the schools of the Commonwealth by means of festivals, clinics, and other related events, Promote professional growth among its members.
Wow - we’ve only done our first lesson, but it was amazing. Alexandra is so positive and really checked in with our daughter to make sure she was teaching her at the right level; not overwhelming, but still challenging enough to really get her hooked. She was very sensitive to, and conscious of, accommodating our daughter’s learning disability. It feels like a great match! Thank you , Alexandra, for a great first lesson. Looking forward to the next one!+ Read More
I got to learn and practice so much! It's amazing how much you can improve in only an hour. Imagine an hour every week!! So much progress can be made if you apply each and every tool you are given. Knowledge has no power unless you apply it!!! :D
She is an excellent teacher. I really like our lessons and how experienced she is in doing her individualized approaches to each class.
My daughters first lesson was awesome, we love Alexandra and I am so excited and look forward to seeing my daughters growth as a singer !
My son is 6.5 yo. Alexandra knows how to effectively teach a little boy who has a hard time sitting still! He has learned so much already with the 7/8 lessons he has had!
Alexandra is the best! My son can’t wait to get to piano lessons. She makes it fun to learn and give my son such confidence. When we leave he always says wasn’t that awesome!! I look forward to watching him learn the piano !
Fantastic first lesson, correcting my technique, pronunciation, with an analysis of the score in relation to the composer, stressing the importance of the dynamic....all that in 1h. Willing to repeat!!
Miss Alexandra was such a patient and helpful instructor. She was extremely knowledgeable and went over the basic rudiments of piano. By the end of the lesson was able to execute a few scales and play a few pieces from beginning to end! I hope to take voice lessons from her as well!+ Read More