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Alysia LeeAlysia Lee is a native of Baltimore, where she graduated from the Carver Center for Arts and Technology and began her vocal studies with soprano Ruth Skresz. She earned a Bachelor of Music degree from the North Carolina School of the Arts. Ms. Lee received a Master of Music degree in vocal performance with a minor in vocal pedagogy from the Peabody Conservatory of Music of Johns Hopkins University under the tutelage of Stanley Cornett. Ms. Lee has earned distinction as the recipient of several scholarship and grant awards, including the Vittorio Giannini Scholarship, NCSA Career Development Grant, Chancellor’s Award for Excellence, and a Peabody merit scholarship. Ms. Lee won her categories in the National Association of Teachers of Singing Competition for two consecutive years and was a finalist in the Sylvia Green Competition. She has performed in numerous productions with the Peabody Opera Theater, Baltimore Concert Opera, Piedmont Opera Theater, and the A.J. Fletcher Opera Theater. Ms. Lee is a faculty member at the Bloomingdale School of Music.
 
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Faith McCoyOriginally from Chicago, Faith McCoy made her classical music debut in December of 1997 when she performed as a guest pianist with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Soon after, in 1998 she appeared as a guest on the Oprah Winfrey Show. Since then she has performed in concerts, competitions, and on radio stations throughout United States, and has been the recipient of numerous scholarships and awards. Along with performing for numerous associations such as The Chicago Arts Club, The Cliff Dwellers, and The Ravinia Music Festival, she has also participated in master classes with renowned pianists such as Andre Watts, Ian Hominick, and Richard Goode. In June of 2005, Ms. McCoy completed her studies with Sylvia Wang at Northwestern University where she received a full scholarship to study piano performance and psychology. In May of 2007, Ms. McCoy completed her masters degree from Manhattan School of Music under the tutelage of Dr. Arkady Aronov. Ms. McCoy currently works in development for The Orchestra of St. Luke’s and teaches throughout New York City. She serves on the faculty of The Bronx Conservatory of Music and The New York Music Group. Most of all, Ms. McCoy is passionate about helping children to develop a love for music. Many of her students have come to view her as both an instructor and a mentor, a role that she warmly invites.

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