Lyanne Alvarado, soprano, is currently attending Texas State University for her Masters degree in Music Performance. She received two bachelors from the University of North Texas, one for Music Performance and another for Music Education. While at North Texas, she volunteered for two semesters at Calhoun Middle School as a vocal instructor to students ages 11-14. After graduating from North Texas in 2016, she taught at Vivian Field Middle School (Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD) for two years as an Assistant Choir Director. At Vivian Field, she conducted choirs, gave private voice lessons with students to prepare them for competitions, co-directed Peter Pan Jr., the musical, and more. In 2017, she auditioned for and performed in Lingua e Canto, a summer opera program held in Sant'Angelo in Vado, Italy. There she received vigorous vocal and Italian language training under critically acclaimed lyric coloratura soprano, Dr. Robin Fisher. Since 2011, she has sung in many church choirs as the soprano section leader and soloist in the greater Houston and Dallas areas. She has experience in teaching choral, classical, musical theater, and pop music. Today, Ms. Alvarado continues her education and passion for singing under the tutelage of renowned soprano, Cheryl Parrish.