Adelle Blauser is a Queens based singer, songwriter, and teaching artist. Her love for teaching began just after graduating high school, when she taught beginner guitar lessons to members of her community. She went on to receive a Bachelor of Music in vocal performance at Bowling Green State University, where she studied classical voice and discovered her passion for vocal pedagogy. From there, she went on to pursue a master’s degree in vocal performance (musical theatre specialization) with an advanced certificate in vocal pedagogy at New York University Steinhardt School of Music. During her time at NYU, she served as an Adjunct Instructor of Voice. Prior to founding The Adelle Blauser Voice Studio, she was on the faculty at various music schools in the greater New York area, and taught piano, guitar, and music theory in addition to voice.
As a performer, Adelle feels at home in many different styles: musical theater, classical, jazz, and pop to name a few. Favorite roles include Hodel in Fiddler on the Roof (Waterville Playshop), Stella in Bonnie & Clyde (Toledo Repertoire), and Meg in Little Women (Act II Productions). Select opera experiences include Offenbach’s Le mariage aux lanternes (Navette cover), Cavalleria rusticana, The Gondoliers, and Street Scene. Since arriving in New York, Adelle Blauser has performed in cabarets at venues across the city, including the historic cabaret bar, The Duplex. She frequently performs her own material as a singer-songwriter and she is working on releasing an E.P. of her original music. Outside of solo work, she enjoys collaborating with other musicians, especially within the jazz canon.
In addition to teaching, Adelle is working on a master's degree in Mental Health Counseling at Baruch College. She believes in the healing power of music, and aspires to incorporate music into her counseling practice.
Hannah's bio is coming soon.
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Rizzo is our Studio Cat! She resides with Adelle and makes an appearance at most of her lessons. By now, Rizzo has observed enough voice lessons to qualify her to be a judge on America’s Got Talent. She prefers her humble existence as a Studio Cat, because she gets to listen to singers all day long AND get lots of love and ear scratches, too. Her favorite genre of music is opera. She loves the musical Grease, mostly because she is named after the character Rizzo. When she’s not calmly listening to music lessons or trying to be the center of attention by walking across the piano (there are worse things she could do!), she enjoys watching birds on TV or lounging in her window seat.