Nichole Peyreigne

Nichole P.

Irvington, NY

About Nichole P.

Nichole teaches: Ages 2 and up
Special needs
Teaching since: October 2010
Last sign in: Last week



Nichole Peyreigne began her musical journey at the age of six with the piano. Shortly thereafter she began studying viola and violin privately under the tutelage of Romanian violinist Lucian Lazar. She competed and placed in major regional competitions during her high school years. At the age of sixteen, she began studying classical voice with Jennifer Foster of Westport, CT. Shortly thereafter she was accepted to the Manhattan School of Music preparatory division under the instruction of Joan Caplan. The following year, she continued her undergraduate studies there until May of 2010 when she transferred to SUNY Purchase to study with renowned operatic soprano Sherry Overholt. Since 2010, Nichole has been teaching privately in Westchester County, NY. She creates a personalized lesson plan for each student as her studio encompasses students of many instruments/fields of study, ages and levels. Everyone learns differently and Nichole is determined to ensure excellence for each and every student to create an enjoyable learning experience. She is looking forward to expanding her Westchester County studio as well as gaining momentum as a private online-teacher.




Oct 2010 - Present
Self Employed

I run a private studio in Westchester County, NY which encompasses students of all ages and levels in voice, piano, violin and viola.


Liberal Arts/Vocal Performance

Sep 2011 - Jan 2013
SUNY Purchase

Vocal Performance

Sep 2007 - May 2010
The Manhattan School of Music

Languages Spoken


Professional Proficiency
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1 Review on Nichole P.

Caitlyn P. Sep 20, 2016
Piano · In studio
I recommended Nichole to several families when I was still living in New York and have heard nothing but positive feedback from the families! Nichole is very outgoing, knowledgeable, and energetic. She has tons of wisdom on how to practice, how to combat performance anxiety, and most importantly, how to make music accessible and fun.
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