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Pittsburgh Music Lessons

Our Performance Program is the culmination of all of our offerings! The individualized attention of our private lessons, the fun camaderie of our Seasonal Classes and Summer Camps, and the Rock Star Stage experience of our award winning karaoke parties! We have a Fall, Spring and Summer Season each with it's own creative and contemporary theme. Each group meets for a weekly rehearsal to prepare for an exiciting show at a large scale venue at the end of each season.

Each group features and develops talents such as singing, dancing, and playing various instruments. Fun fact -  each season students get to collaborate and choose the official name of their group! (Groups range in age from 5-18 see descriptions below).


Ages 5-7




Love to sing and dance? Then we have the group for you! Pop Choir is a fun and engaging performance group for young beginners. Pop Choir teaches teamwork, basic performance and dance skills, vocal solo preparation, and builds confidence!  Group is limited to 7 performers.

Group rehearsal includes ½ hour of dance/choreography and ½ hour of voice training per week.


Ages 8-10



Power band with heavy vocal harmonies.  Most group members play at least one instrument.  All members are required to sing.  This group trains performers to sing, play, and harmonize while developing a commanding stage presence.  Members without instrument training may join if willing to take supplemental instrument instruction. It is highly recommended for members to take individual voice lessons in addition to the performance program. Group is limited to 7 performers.

Group rehearsal includes 1/2 hour of instrumental and 1/2 of voice training per week.


Ages 10-12 (Previous dance and voice instruction required)



A sizzling dance/vocal group designed to stand out on any stage!  Focus shifts to group cohesion, dynamic performances, and developing individual style and talents. It is highly recommended for members to take individual voice lessons in addition to the performance program.  Group is limited to 7 performers

Group rehearsal includes 1/2 hour of dance/choreography and 1/2 hour of voice training per week.

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Ages 12-14


Power band with heavy vocal harmonies.  Most group members play at least one instrument.  All members are required to sing.  This group trains performers to sing, play, and harmonize while developing a commanding stage presence.  Members without instrument training may join if willing to take supplemental instrument instruction. It is highly recommended for members to take individual voice lessons in addition to the performance program. Group is limited to 7 performers.

Group rehearsal includes 1/2 hour of dance/choreography and 1/2 hour of voice training per week.

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Ages 14-18


The 5⭐️ program is for advanced singers/performers.  This group focuses on more challenging material and advanced harmonies. Members are expected to learn music independently and be dedicated to the group. It is highly recommended for members to take individual voice lessons in addition to the performance program.

Group rehearsal includes  instrumental, vocal and stage presence training.


Ages 10+



An 8-week class taught by a seasoned musical theater professional. students will participate in auditions, learn choreographed ensemble numbers, present vocal solos, and hone their acting skills all culminating in an end of session production.


Ages: 12+


For musicians who like to sing or singers who like to play, our Sing Sing Sing! House Band will get you ready to hit the road.  All performers will sing backup.  All performers who wish to sing lead will have the opportunity for a solo performance.  All instrumentalists are encouraged to join!  Group is limited to 7 performers

1 hour group rehearsal each week.

Please complete the following form and we will contact you for registration. It is usually best for new students to come in and see our space to get a feel for the amazing shows we put on!  Please check all programs you are interested in and we will get back to you ASAP.   We can't wait to meet you!

Our Managers & Teachers

Mara Flannery was born and raised in the Pittsburgh area, and has been involved in music based activities since writing her first song- “Yeah, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah Bonessa” (we still don’t know what it means to this day). She became involved in musical theater in middle school and high school, and decided to pursue music as a career. She attended Slippery Rock University as a Voice major where she discovered Music Therapy. This new career path joined her two loves, music and helping others. She graduated from Slippery Rock University in 2017, and completed her music therapy internship at Johns Hopkin’s All Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg, Florida in 2018. She is now a Board-Certified Music Therapist (MT-BC). When Mara moved back to the Pittsburgh area, she interviewed at Sing Sing Sing! and immediately felt at home. She identifies very strongly with Sing Sing Sing’s message that music and singing are for everyone, and that it‘s purpose is to bring joy, expression, and release into our lives. In private lessons and classes, Mara hopes to foster an atmosphere of acceptance so that students feel that they can truly be themselves, and find their own unique sound. Since joining the Sing Sing Sing! family, Mara has helped the company set up a non-profit called Sing Sing Give! that provides free music activities and Music Therapy to groups in the Pittsburgh area. Mara is very happy to have just celebrated her two year anniversary with Sing Sing Sing! and is excited to help spread it‘s message around the world. Keep singing!


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.
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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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!
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Kaitlynn Sinclair has a BA in Music and an MA in Performance: Piano Pedagogy. She plans to pursue a Doctorate in Vocal Coaching! Her solo performances include degree recitals, seminars, piano festivals, and charity concerts she has organized. Kait also loves accompanying voice students and musicals. She has been teaching for over 8 years and welcomes all ages and abilities.

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Zach Stadtlander is an experienced musician with years of training in guitar, bass, singing, and music technology. He has studied and performed music since the age of eleven. Zach joined his first band, Nox Boys, playing bass guitar at age sixteen and began performing professionally, which led to invaluable experience in live performance and in the process of writing, arranging, recording, and publishing full quality studio recordings. As a young musician, Zach worked to provide all-ages spaces to share the talents of other musicians in his age group. In high school, he participated in AP music theory, choir, and was elected president of the school club that organized individual and ensemble showcases for students who specialized in contemporary, pop, and rock music. Zach was twice certified in the  "Tuff Sound Apprenticeship" program, which teaches students about the process of recording, mixing, live sound reinforcement, and electronic composition. He also studied music technology, guitar performance, and choir at Duquesne University. With his lessons, Zach aims to inspire passion for music and performance by working with students to discover the scope of their musical interests. With a relaxed yet engaging style, Zach will have students looking forward to lessons and ready to rock!
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Kaylee Allmond is an actress and singer originally from North Carolina. She got her bachelor of arts and dramatic art from you UNC Chapel Hill. She then went on to get her bachelors of music from Western Carolina University. In May of 2022 she will receive her master of music in vocal performance from Duquesne University. In addition to being a voice and piano teacher, she regularly performs and works as a music director in the Pittsburgh area. Her experience has included, film, tv, and commercial work. On the stage she has performed in plays, operas, and musicals. Some of her favorite roles include King Lear (King Lear), Ariodante (Ariodante), Agnes (Agnes of God), and Maria (Laud to the Nativity).


Machaela Danko is a pianist, percussionist, vocalist and actress from Ellwood City, PA. She has been private teaching in the New Wilmington area since she began her piano performance studies at Westminster College in 2018. Machaela has had a deep connection to all types of music since she was very young and has been involved with groups of all genres throughout the years as a pianist, drummer, and vocalist including musical theatre, jazz, pop, alternative, and classical. Her goal for her students are to meet their individual needs and wants as musicians and artists while giving them the tools to maintain good technique and providing them with an in-depth understanding of music theory. The most important thing to Machaela is that her students never lose their passion for music and that they have a blast while learning about it.


Richard Bresenhan has always had a love for singing and for the awesomeness of vocal harmonies.  His love and passion for music led him to attend Edinboro University where he received his Bachelor of Science in Music Education and Bachelors degree in Vocal Performance.

Rich loves to sing and continues to do so whenever he can.  He has performed with the Voices of Liberty and the Dapper Dans at Walt Disney World in Florida.  He was also the lead singer for the national touring Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons Tribute Band, where he wrote the vocal arrangements and also coached the group.  For the past 15 years Rich has been the Vocal Director and Worship Leader at the University Carillon Church in Oviedo, Florida, where he utilized his skills as a performer to help train singers to lead worship and provide harmonies for services. When not performing or vocal coaching, Rich enjoys arranging music for contemporary worship singers, vocal groups, and other ensembles.

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Kait is extremely well organized and communicated very well during remote instruction. She utilized Google Docs with clear lesson plans, included YouTube videos for tutorials and play-alongs, and also made playing fun by including some of Grace’s interests, as well. Kaitlynn is absolutely INCREDIBLE.

  • Grace and Emily Robbibaro

Emmaline is a fun and energetic dance teacher. Her positivity is infectious, whether in person or remotely. Further, Penny and I joined several of Emmaline’s Facebook Live classes, and they were both informative and engaging.

  • Penny and Emily Robbibaro