Voice lessons for teens and adults in McLean, Virginia
Northern Virginia Music Teachers Association (NVMTA) Laureate
STUDENT OF THE WEEK
Tracy Waagner is an eighth grader at Longfellow Middle School, and she has studied with Peggy for two school years.
Peggy McNulty believes that the total body is the instrument of the voice. She has taught voice for over 30 years. She offers private voice lessons in her McLean, Virginia, studio.
Peggy teaches teens and adults. Her teaching schedule includes teens representing 10 different high schools! Instruction is tailored to meet each student’s needs and interests. Because music is meant to be shared, students are encouraged to participate in regularly scheduled workshops and recitals.
WINTER RECITALS: Sat., Dec. 10
Teens: 2:00pm | Adults: 4:30pm
Columbia Baptist Church, Falls Church (Flier, directions)
Dec. 17 - Tues., Jan. 3, 2017
Lessons resume Wed., Jan. 4
VA NATS: March 1, VCU
NVMTA High School Voice Competition: April 16
Teens: May 21, McLean Baptist Church
Adults: June 18, Woman’s Club of Arlington
Peggy’s personal joy in singing and her commitment to teaching have stimulated her students to participate in musical activities in their communities. Several current students are participating in church and school choirs, and also are performing roles in school and community theater. Peggy’s former students maintain contact with her and share their delight in singing as they continue to study and perform.
Peggy herself continues to study and give performances. She has sought out private instruction for herself. She has 30 years of voice study under the direction of well-known musicians and teachers, including Marianna Busching, Gillian Cookson, Todd Duncan, George Gibson, Dr. James McDonald, Martha Randall, Jennie Tourel, and Jane White.
Peggy is an active participant in voice-related professional conferences and meetings in the United States.
PEGGY'S COMPLETE BIOGRAPHY ...
Certified, Contemporary Commercial Music (CCM) Vocal Pedagogy Institute
ON THE CALENDAR
Voice Lessons for
College Credit at NOVA
Camila Maric, Langley High School Senior, performed a solo during the VMEA Senior Honors Choir performance at the Homestead last weekend.
"The sound of music that is born of human breath comes straighter from the soul than any sound the hand alone can make."-Anon.
DISTRICT CHOIR RESULTS
She has also played the violin for eight years and is a violin section leader with the Longfellow chamber orchestra. She studies violin privately at the Levine School. Last summer she attended the Interlochen Center for the Arts as a violin major.
Tracy enjoys singing, dancing, and photography. She has sung in several voice workshops and in one recital. She will perform in the December 10 Teen Winter Recital.
As if she isn’t busy enough, Tracy also competes with lyrical, ballet, jazz, and tap competition dance companies. She is an award-winning tap soloist.
Peggy McNulty Voice Studio
Week of November 28, 2016