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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.


CLICK HERE FOR PEGGY'S COMPLETE BIOGRAPHY and to learn more about

  • Voice Lessons for College Credit​​​ at NOVA
  • Certified, Contemporary Commercial Music (CCM) Vocal Pedagogy Institute
  • Northern Virginia Music Teachers Association (NVMTA) Laureate ​

Megha, who is a senior at McLean High School, began voice lessons with Peggy last summer, and since then she has made excellent progress in developing her singing voice. On March 25, she performed in the backyard workshop and she looks forward to participating in the spring recital on May 16.

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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, VA, 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. 

​​McNulty Studio is open for ONLINE lessons and limited IN-STUDIO and OUTDOOR lessons. Contact Peggy by email or phone to schedule and set up your voice lessons.

 

​​Stay well, and keep singing!

NATS MID-ATLANTIC

Congratulations to Tracy Waagner for receiving third place in the NATS Mid-Atlantic Regional competition. Tracy, a senior at McLean High School, competed against students from Virginia, Maryland, Washington DC, and North Carolina.

MEGHA RANA
Week of April 5, 2021

SPRING RECITALS - Sunday, May 16

McLean Central Park Pavilion
  Teens: 12:30pm, 2:30pm

  Adults:  4:30pm

Welcome to McNulty Studio

Megha was enrolled in a French immersion Fairfax County Elementary School, and because of this instruction, she has continued to enjoy singing and speaking in French.

In summers, she has been involved in a non-profit project in Nepal, from where her family originated. She visits her relatives there each summer vacation. During her freshman and sophomore high school years, Megha enjoyed participating in the McLean High School crew team.

Megha hopes to attend college in the United Kingdom.

Peggy McNulty Voice Studio

Voice lessons for teens and adults in McLean, Virginia

2021 HONORS CHOIRS RESULTS
Congratulations to the following students who auditioned for and were selected to participate in honors choirs for the 2020-2021 academic year.


ALL-STATE CHOIR

Langley High School
  Maggie Worden, senior, Alto 2
  Leland Hao, senior, Tenor 2 (alternate)
James Madison High School
  Viha Chakrapani, junior, Soprano 2 (alternate)


ALL-DISTRICT CHOIR
Langley High School
  Maggie Worden, Senior, First Alto
  Leland Hao, Senior, Tenor 2
  Catherine Knecht, Sophomore, Soprano 1
  Malvina Singh, Sophomore, Soprano 1
Chantilly High School
  Maisie Wang, Sophomore, Soprano 1
James Madison High School
  Viha Chakrapani, Junior, Soprano 1


VMEA SENIOR HONORS CHOIR

Langley High School

  Maggie Worden 

  Leland Hao 

Website updated 4/9/21

SPRING 2021 WORKSHOPS

Teen and adult workshops were held on Sunday, March 21, in the McNulty Studio backyard. George Peachey was pianist for this socially distanced event.

"The sound of music that is born of human breath comes straighter from the soul than any sound the hand alone can make."-Anon.