Emmalouise St. Amand
Soprano, Emmalouise St. Amand, holds a dual bachelor’s degree in Music Education and Performance from Ithaca College in Ithaca, NY, and a master’s degree in Performance from the Frost School of Music in Miami, FL. A New York state-certified k-12 music teacher, Ms. St. Amand has taught in public school, summer camp, musical theater, and private lesson settings. Her students have ranged in age from four to seventy, and she enjoys working with any singer who wants to sing! In her studio, Ms. St. Amand encourages her students to approach music with curiosity, persistence, and joy. She strives for a student-centered approach that balances high expectations with a warm and encouraging environment. She welcomes students interested in all styles of music, including classical, musical theater, pop, and jazz. In addition to teaching, Ms. St. Amand performs as both a soloist and an ensemble singer. She recently appeared as the evil-stepsister Dorothée in the award-winning 2018 production of Massenet’s Cendrillon at Frost School of Music in Miami, FL. In Rochester, Ms. St. Amand works as a choral singer and church musician. She is also working on a Ph. D. in Musicology here at Eastman School of Music.