As former Director of Education and Audience Engagement for Cantata Singers, she monitored all education and outreach, developed and implemented curriculum for special educational compositional projects in four inner city Boston schools and Boston Arts Academy. In addition she initiated collaboration with composers, teachers, and school administrators to create meaningful arts integration.
For 20+ years, Angelynne has developed and implemented curriculum for Maine School Administrative District 60. As the teacher for a state funded program, Angelynne works with identified gifted young singers in grades 6 through 12.
Most recently she has designed and presented workshops on vocal physiology and health for Boston Singers Resource and the Federation of Greek Orthodox Church Musicians – Metropolis of Boston.
She has taught voice privately at several high schools in New Hampshire and Maine. She has been a faculty member of the UNH Summer Youth Music School and a guest lecturer on the history of musical theatre at UNH. She has developed performance workshops many schools and colleges including Longy School of Music, Boston Choral Consortium and University of New Mexico.
She has created and implemented a voice/choral artist-in-residency program for at-risk teenage girls. She developed and taught a series of intensive vocal workshops for York County Regional Fine Arts Program, a program designed for gifted and talented students. In addition, she has been a regular adjudicator for the Southern Maine Choral Competition and a judge for the New Hampshire state-wide National Teachers.
She has worked with Gisela Rohmert of the Lichtenberg Institute in Germany, studying the effects of hearing and vocal tract lining tonus on vocal production. Her specialty is helping students understand the relationship between vocal style and healthy technique.
Angelynne studied vocal pedagogy and voice with Kathleen Wilson and has maintained a private studio in Portsmouth for 20+ years. Her teaching focuses on building a healthy, efficient technique through understanding voice physiology. She has also studied voice and coached with Jayne West, Kathleen Kaun, Phyllis Curtin and Richard Conrad. After attending the Wesley Balk Institute in St. Paul, MN, she has developed an interest in individual performance styles.