Leah M. is an Alexander-trained teacher based in New York City who specializes in classical voice training. A graduate of the Aaron Copland School of Music at Queens College, Leah has experience performing with small chamber ensembles, piano, and guitar/lute accompaniment. Leah also has extensive choral experience, having performed with several church choirs as well as other vocal ensembles. She has performed at Riverside Church, Forest Hills Library, Flushing Library, and as the principal role in Chad Meyer’s production of “Designing Dichterliebe.” Leah is currently studying for her master’s degree in music and speech therapy. Leah teaches both voice and piano. With six years of teaching experience, Leah believes that a voice teacher’s job is to make the process of singing as simple and clear as possible, focusing on establishing goals, remaining in open communication, and ensuring that the student reaches his/her full potential as a singer. As a piano teacher, Leah is qualified to teach all ages. In her piano teaching, she includes piano method books, technique and music theory as well as familiar songs into her lesson plans to make the lessons interesting and to motivate the student.