|American performer and teacher Alexandra Ivanoff teaches Italian Bel Canto techniques for developing the singing voice. She accepts students over 18 who are interested in professional training for opera, jazz, and classical concerts.
—Film: "Prizzi's Honor" by John Huston—wedding singer of Schubert's "Ave Maria"
—5 years with San Francisco Opera Chorus
—10 years with American Bach Soloists
—8 years as singer/arranger with the Jazz Babies (NY)
—solo recitals in New York's Carnegie Recital Hall, singing actress in Broadway and off-Broadway theatre; soloist with many orchestras and choral groups in the USA
—French Institute, Istanbul, professor of singing and violin
—University of California at Berkeley, "Singing in Tune" course
—NY Shakespeare Festival, Public Theatre: musical theatre coach
—Private studio and public workshops in Bel Canto training Bel Canto ("good singing") is a term used for Italian opera tradition since 1830. It is also a specific training system for developing strength, control, beauty of tone, and connecting vocal registers.
—Eastman School of Music, Rochester NY: Bachelor Degree, Music Theory/Voice
—Yale University Graduate Music School, New Haven, CT: Masters in Music, Voice
—Piano, violin, viola; English, German, French, Turkish, pronounce Italian, Russian, Latin, Hebrew