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Meet the Teacher


Ariana Maloney 

Ariana Maloney brings joy to the Music Studio with her deep passion for music and education. Growing up within the U.S and internationally, Ariana began her formal music training at the age of eight. She received her Master of Music Degree in Vocal Performance from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music and her Bachelor of Music Degree from the Moores School of Music at the University of Houston. Ariana's most recent performances include Violetta in La TraviataGilda in Rigoletto, Manon in Manon, Madame Goldentrill in Der Schauspieldirektor, Ruth Baldwin in Later the Same Evening, Micaela in Carmen, Beth March in Little Women, Adele in Die Fledermaus, and Laurey in Oklahoma!  Ariana was also featured with Ars Nova Opera, The Vienna Summer Music Festival, Daniel Ferro Vocal Program, The Vincero Academy, The Harrower Summer Opera, Le Chiavi di Bel Canto Institute, Lingua e canto, Seoul Performing Arts Center, Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, Opera Theatre of the Rockies, and the Washington National Opera. Ariana is the recipient of the first ever Action for Artists Award, First Place Winner of the Heirs of Orpheus Music Competition of Bulgaria, Tony Cuevas Award of the Holt Memorial Scholarship Competition, Hirsch Scholarship Foundation Winner, Kenneth Turvey Music Scholarship First Place Winner, Music Teachers National Association National Finalist, Orpheus Vocal Competition Finalist, and National Association of Teachers for Singing First Place Winner.


Her great dedication to music combined with her experience allows Ariana's students to gain a deep understanding of the voice and how to improve their singing and performance...all with the joy of music!

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