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Alyssa Woolhether

Conservatory Instructor
Voice

In Her Studio:

Alyssa Woolhether teaches voice at the Conservatory. Lessons with Alyssa cost $60 per hour of instruction and she is currently accepting new students. Alyssa focuses on guiding students in finding their authentic voice while building a foundation of solid vocal technique. This is achieved through various practices designed to build the students’ awareness of their instrument and how to use this awareness to express their artistry. Specializing in classical, musical theatre, pop and folk genres, Alyssa will teach students 7 years of age or older. Alyssa has extensive experience teaching beginner students but is confident teaching students at any skill level. Alyssa fosters open-mindedness, creativity, and diligence in her studio. She encourages her students to perform as much as possible and practice on a regular basis. She aims to provide a comfortable atmosphere, as her studio is a safe space for all individuals.



Biography:

Soprano, Alyssa Woolhether, is a passionate and versatile musician known for her highly emotive lyric voice. She holds a Master Degree in Music Performance and Literature from Western University (2019) a Bachelor Degree in Music Performance from the University of Regina (2010) and Level I, II, and III certification in Somatic VoiceworkTM The LoVetri Method (2021). Along with extensive experience as a recitalist, Alyssa has performed with various opera companies including Vera Causa Opera, MYOpera, Opera by Request, and Toronto City Opera. She has attended prestigious training programs in Canada and Europe including Opera NUOVA, Long Reach Opera Workshop, Canadian Operatic Arts Academy, Accademia Europea Dell’Opera and SongStudio. Not only a classical vocalist, Alyssa is also a successful cross genre performer and accomplished songwriter performing under the pseudonym Lyssa with her band The Try-Tones in and around the Regina area. Currently, Alyssa continues to song-write, record and perform while building her teaching studio at the Conservatory. She enjoys snuggles from her cat and exploring new and fun ways to inspire her students. For more information about Alyssa and her upcoming projects visit: www.alyssawoolhether.com

  • Master of Music in Performance and Literature, Western University, 2019
  • Bachelor of Music in Performance, University of Regina, 2010
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