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Alexa holds a BFA in Musical Theater from The University of West Florida and is vocally trained in the Bel Canto Technique. Alexa is a professional actor, singer, teaching artist, and theater administrator. You may have seen her Off Broadway or in local professional NJ based companies. When she is not performing and teaching privately, Alexa develops and teaches theater programs throughout NJ.
Alexa also specializes in teaching students with disabilities.
Samantha holds a Masters degree in Classical Voice Performance from the prestigious Manhattan School of Music. For seven years Mrs. Blossey taught early childhood music throughout New Jersey and for three years taught Kindergarten music in the public school system. She began privately teaching in 2008 and has taught piano and voice to young children through adults. In addition to teaching, Samantha is an active performer on opera and concert stages. Samantha also acts as a soloist and concert producer for non-profit organizations such as the Susan G Komen for the Cure.
"As a teacher I believe that music should be fun as well as informative. Students learn the best and reach their full potential through hard work and practice but also if they enjoy the process in getting there. I strive to help students find the balance."
Books used: Alfred All-in-One Courses with supplemental material provided by Samantha
Serves the following areas: Union, Cranford, Garwood, Fanwood, Kenilworth, Roselle, Roselle Park, Westfield.
Melissa most recently taught as Adjunct Professor of Voice at the New World School of the Arts (Miami, FL) in the Theater and Music departments. She encourages students to find a clear, beautiful sound. Melissa has performed nationally and internationally, with companies such as New World Symphony, New York City Ballet and Florida Grand Opera.
Melissa holds degrees from The Eastman School of Music (Master of Music in Voice Performance and Literature) and Westminster Choir College (Bachelor of Music in Voice Performance)
In teaching voice, I warm up my students using exercises passed down from my mentors and modify them to my students needs and age range. And in finding repertoire, the student and I work together to find music that inspires them while creating a healthy vocal technique.
For piano lessons, I tend to use the Faber Piano Adventure lesson books along with classical and fun repertoire to strengthen technique, sight-reading, and style.
EphiGenia is an accomplished music instructor for vocal performance and piano. She received her Masters Degree in Vocal Performance from the Manhattan School of Music. Her musical genres of expertise include classical, jazz, and pop. She has worked with multiple children as well as adults to achieve their musical endeavors. Her thirteen years plus of teaching spreads her knowledge across the US giving workshops for underfunded schools while she continues to perform. EphiGenia also performed for the Eastern-Greek Orthodox Oratorio, and World Premier Compositions Celebrating the Feast of St. Demetrious.
Joanna Warner graduated from the University of West Florida with a BFA in Music Theatre. She has been teaching private voice and piano for 6 years. Joanna believes that music reaches a part of the mind that other ventures do not, especially in times such as these. With her extensive experience, Joanna ensures that her students will gain a vast understanding for their instrument and music theory, an increase in self- discipline, and confidence utilized for performance and daily life.