Actor, Mezzo Soprano,
Savannah is a recent graduate of New York University, Steinhardt School of Culture, Humanities, and Social Sciences. She obtained her Master of Music in Vocal Performance with a Music Theatre emphasis, as well as a Post-Graduate Certificate in Vocal Pedagogy. She most recently served as Adjunct Voice Instructor during her study at NYU, and is currently available for lessons!
Her formal education began at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, where she was the first in the University's history to earn a dual degree in Vocal Performance and Theatre. Savannah is an award winning actor and stage manager, as well as an accomplished voice teacher. She prides herself in being a cross-trained singer in Opera and Musical Theatre, as well as being an avid scholar of Music, Theatre, and Musical Theatre histories.
Savannah is based in New York City. She enjoys seeing shows, sipping cocktails on rooftops, and taking picnics in the park. She is currently attending workshops, classes, and writing her own Vocal Pedagogy Studio Application Manual for publication. She is a member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) and recently took 2nd Place in the Eastern Region Adult Musical Theatre Category.