voice, violin, piano, theory
Gabriella Erbacher, mezzo soprano, received her Bachelor’s of Music Degree in Vocal Performance from Wright State University. A native of the Dayton area, Miss Erbacher performs in chamber concerts at the Troy Hayner Center, as well as local opera productions. She enjoys singing as a member of Musica, Dayton’s Chamber choir, and is currently studying with Dr. Alison Acord, chair of the vocal department at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. Aside from her work as a vocal soloist, she enjoys composing music and has had her original compositions performed by a local composers’ group, COCOA.
Miss Erbacher is a vocalist, multi-instrumentalist, and professional teacher of music who has maintained a full teaching studio since the beginning of her undergraduate study. Working with students ages 5 – 60+ she teaches voice, violin, viola, piano, guitar, bass guitar and ukulele. As a singer with an instrumentalist background, Miss Erbacher understands the value of skilled musicianship and includes fundamental and foundational skills in her teaching curriculum. For students wishing to participate, she will include preparation for the RCM Certificate Program providing goal-based direction, especially helpful for developing students.
Singers in today's world need to be versatile and familiar with many different musical styles in different settings! A classically trained singer, Miss Erbacher’s teaching repertoire includes all musical styles including musical theater and pop songs to keep students current, motivated and engaged. Gabriella provides a healthy vocal program and teaches her students to be versatile and comfortable with all styles! For those students wanting to enrich their program, Gabriella offers a combined study program of Piano & Voice or Violin & Voice.