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Ellicott, MD 21043
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  Saturday: 10am-5pm
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Voice
Cynthia Marie

Cynthia Marie is a performing singer-songwriter & pianist, with a background in classical piano, improvisation, and folk music. She holds a B.A. in music from the University of Washington School of Music, and has been teaching for over 10 years. Her students learn ear-training & harmony, as well as repertoire, and are invited to create their own music too.
Marissa Zechinato

Marissa Zechinato is a performer and a private lessons teacher with a focus on voice and keyboard. She graduated college with a Bachelors of Music from Howard University, where she majored in Jazz studies with a focus in music technology. As a member of Howard University’s premiere vocal jazz ensemble Afro Blue, she performed onstage with renowned artists including Kelly Clarkson, Esperanza Spalding, Marc Anthony, Yolanda Adams, Geri Allen, Cyrus Chestnut, Patti Austin, and the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra. Some of her most noteworthy performances with the group include a private performance at The White House for President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama, the National Christmas Tree Lighting in DC, NPR Tiny Desk Concert, and at venues including the Apollo Theater, the Kennedy Center, and Blues Alley. Most recently she has performed with Nolan Williams' Voices of Inspiration onstage with Bruce Hornsby, Mavis Staples, Alison Krauss and Neko Case.
Molly Young

Molly Young is a classically trained singer in Baltimore. She holds degrees in vocal performance and early music from Peabody Conservatory and Western Michigan University. She performs regularly throughout Baltimore and DC as a soloist and chamber musician, spanning genres from opera to Renaissance choral music to new compositions. She works with students on all styles of singing, with specialization in classical and musical theatre repertoire. Molly also teaches beginning to intermediate piano to students of all ages.
Thomas Hochla


Thomas is a classically trained baritone with many years of teaching experience working with all ages. He works with students to help them find what makes them exceptional and what sets them apart as musicians! 
His training includes a Master of Music at Peabody Conservatory (currently pursuing) and a Bachelor of Arts in Music from Vassar College. He is also currently working towards his Music Education Certification at Peabody.

Jenny Roudebush

Jenny earned her bachelor’s degree in Music Management at Frostburg State University. At Frostburg, she studied many styles of voice performance including classical and Broadway. She gained valuable experience while performing in numerous concerts throughout her time at Frostburg. She performed concerts in several languages including French, Italian and German. She also attended classes for music theory, piano, and music business. While in college, Jenny earned the exciting opportunity to perform the National Anthem for the Baltimore Orioles at Camden Yards.

After graduation, Jenny began touring locally in Maryland with several bands. Their styles range from county and bluegrass to pop and rock. She enjoys recording albums and demos for other songwriters and helping with their musical projects. Jenny enjoys teaching students of all ages that share her passion for music and want to improve their craft. She thinks it is important for all students to be able to accomplish their goals; no matter how big or small. She focuses on making each lesson fun and enjoyable for her students while offering proper technique, theory, and musical knowledge.