Madelyn is a graduate of the University of Tennessee with a BM in Vocal Music Education and has experience teaching music theory, choir, private piano and voice lessons. She studied classical voice for many years and has been trained by and among successful opera singers, but mainly enjoys performing contemporary music (or nerdy choral music). Her claim to fame is the experience she had competing in the ICCA’s as a part of her a cappella group in college, aka the competition pictured in the movie “Pitch Perfect.” Madelyn enjoys leading worship at church, occasionally writes and shares her own music, and believes music has the ability to inspire, educate, and heal others. Madelyn also loves photography, working at an adoption agency, and dancing like no one is watching.
Erin is a versatile singer with an extensive background in music education. Erin studied voice with a concentration in operatic performance at University of Maryland College Park. She is a three-time recipient of the Rosa Ponselle Silver Rose All Marylanders award. In addition to having taught private lessons for children and adults, Erin developed, implemented, and evaluated a year round, in-school music education curriculum for Chicago Public School students in 3 rd through 8 th grades as the program Director for the nonprofit Rock For Kids (now Foundations of Music). Currently Erin sings and is a multi-instrumentalist with the rock band FuzzQueen. Erin’s band, FuzzQueen premiered singles in The Huffington Post and Atwood Magazine. They have been featured in the Washington Post. She has also toured nationally with Miss Shevaughn & Yuma Wray for several years. She has performed at such diverse venues as Carnegie Hall, The Kingman Island Festival, and Tipitina’s. She has been featured as a vocalist on NPR and in national and regional press. Erin has experience with many styles including: jazz, musical theatre, pop, rock, country, and classical. She is committed to helping you sing your heart out!