Mezzo-soprano and pianist Alexandra Jones was a member of the honors program at Chapman University in Conducting Performance and attended Westminster Choir College for Music Education. She conducted on PBS television during the renown Wassail Celebration and has given numerous piano recitals. During her time at Westminster Choir College she worked with pioneers of modern choral music including Eric Whitacre and Dr. Amanda Quist.
Alexandra incorporates diverse approaches to music learning into each and every lesson. These include: ear training, music theory, score analysis, and music history. Lessons are tailored to the student's individual goals and needs. Students are expected to work hard, but also enjoy the process of learning so that it enriches their lives. With extensive experience working with students with ADHD, 22Q Deletion Syndrome, OCD, Bipolar, Autism, PTSD, Depression, and more, she makes a space for all to feel welcome in the studio. Alexandra’s teaching style is appropriate for the serious student of voice or piano, from a student’s first lesson through the time they are ready to perform or teach. Positive words and support are highly effective for students of all levels.
Believing in being a well-rounded and life-long learner, Alexandra’s other interests include music composition, martial arts, ballroom dancing, and making jewelry. It is her firm belief that participating in a variety of activities is an important aspect of a fulfilling life.
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