Voice Lessons Pittsburgh

Singing is a very unique instrument, as it is our most personal instrument. Our highly educated, award winning voice teachers focus on genre proper technique, attainment of student’s musical goals, and personal empowerment through music. We find joy in every lesson and strive to help our students connect with their inner star power.

We love Sing Sing Sing! My daughter takes voice lessons from Sam and we are just amazed at how she guides and inspires her through music with each and every session. We couldn’t be more pleased and so very highly recommend them!

  • Amanda Purpura


Sing Sing Sing has been an extremely positive experience for my family. My son and daughter have attended some of their Summer camps and had a wonderful time. My daughter has also taken private lessons as well as group classes since they opened their doors. The environment is so positive and fun and there are lots of opportunities for stage shows to really perfect your craft. My daughter loves the time she spends there and she has also found that place where she feels like she belongs. As far as private lessons go, she couldn't have had a better connection and has learned so much through the years. This school has so much to offer and without hesitation, I highly recommend it.

  • Rebecca Strutz 

I caught some of their students and instructors at a recent performance at Steamworks Creative! They really know how to teach!

  • Kevin Bold 

Amazing business run by killer folks!

  • Ryan Bibza 

Emmeline Jones is a recent graduate from Point Park University where she currently holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theatre Arts with a minor in Musical Theatre. Originally from Southern Maryland, Emmeline moved to Pittsburgh in 2016 to attend college and has since made the city her new home. Aside from her background in theatre and dance, her love for music began as a young child when she began studying classical violin and piano. She has performed in Pittsburgh at The Pittsburgh Playhouse and with Stage 62, as well as with theatres in Northern Virginia and Southern Maryland. Emmeline is thrilled to be able to share her joy for music, dance, and theatre with the next generation at Sing Sing Sing!


Samantha Christou is a graduate from Slippery Rock University with a BA in Music with a specialization in vocal performance. She attended Lincoln Park Performing Arts Charter School in Midland, PA where she studied musical theater. She has performed in musicals for Pittsburgh Savoyards, Comtra Theatre, and The Red Barn Players. Some of her musical theater credits include ‘Young Frankenstein’, ‘I Love You. You’re Perfect. Now Change,’ and ‘Pirates of Penzance.’ She has also had the opportunity to perform in several operas during her time at SRU. Her opera credits include ‘The Old Maid and the Thief,’ and ‘Dido and Aeneas.’

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Lacey Overholt has performed professionally in and around the Pittsburgh area for over 20 years! She was notably mentioned in Pittsburgh’s Best of Theater in 2015 for her portrayal of Ariel in 'Disney’s the Little Mermaid' and proved her versatility in City Paper’s 2018 Best Musical Production of 'Hedwig and the Angry Inch' with her portrayal of Yitzhak alongside 'RuPaul’s Drag Show' star Mimi Imfurst. Lacey holds a BA with a concentration in Theatre Arts awarded from Point Park University in 2007. She is a master of adaptability and has used her skills to thrive in various facets of the performance art scene from wedding singing, corporate event bands and princess parties to theatre arts instruction, direction, choreographing and stage managing. She is dedicated to sharing her passion for the arts with aspiring artists of all ages, creating lasting memories and solid foundations. Her grounded and practical yet professional approach to the performance realm translates well through her instruction and aids in student self discovery. Lacey is also a proud mother of three, a self-proclaimed songwriter and a certified yoga instructor.
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New to the Pittsburgh area, Micayla Reynolds recently graduated from the University of Miami with a double major in music therapy and psychology. Growing up with a voice and piano teacher for a mother, Micayla’s passion and pursuit of music was fostered from a very early age. Micayla is classically and contemporarily trained in voice and piano, and plays the guitar, ukulele, and clarinet as well! She believes in teaching fundamental music concepts in her lessons while incorporating contemporary performance techniques and goals desired by the student. Learning music is a different experience for everyone, and Micayla works with her students to guide them along their unique musical journey!
Alessandra Gabbianelli is a Dramatic Coloratura Soprano from the Pittsburgh area. She has her bachelor’s degree in Vocal Performance from Baldwin-Wallace College in Berea, Ohio and her master’s degree in Opera Performance from The Boston Conservatory in Boston, Massachusetts. Up until recently, she was performing and teaching in the Philadelphia area. As part of the symphonic choir for the Philadelphia Symphony, she performed numerous times at the Kimmel Center in Philadelphia, PA with the award-winning Philadelphia symphony. She made her professional operatic debut in 2014 as The Queen of the Night in Mozart’s The Magic Flute. Her students have been in musicals, performed on Broadway, won competitions, and have gone on to study music in college. She is known for teaching a good foundational technique that is a safe, healthy, and a sustainable way to sing. She specializes in adapting this technique for Broadway and Classical styles of singing, but is also known for adapting this technique for all genres of music.
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Lynea Csefalvay is a soprano from Pittsburgh who received her B.M. and M.M. in Vocal Performance from Duquesne University. While at Duquesne, she was a member of opera workshop under Meghan DeWald and Xiu-ru Liu. Credits include Suor Osmina (Suor Angelica), Polissena (Radamisto) at Miami Music Festival, Dalinda (Ariodante), Mrs Gobineau (The Medium), and First Lady/First Spirit (Magic Flute) in an English production at the William Lewis School of Opera. As an undergraduate, she performed at the Bologna International Opera Academy in Bologna, Italy where she performed in masterclasses and sang in two performances for the public. She has also performed in scenes from Orfeo ed Euridice, La Clamenza di Tito, Street Scene, The Ghost of Versailles, and Little Women. Lynea is a versatile performer and in addition to opera, she loves singing musical theater and pop music. She wants to continue expanding her repertoire. She performs around the Pittsburgh area in local churches, weddings, funerals, and other events.

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