If all the world’s a stage make sure you sing on it from your diaphragmAdriana Zabala-Ayoub
My name is Adriana Zabala and I just wanted to take a chance to introduce myself.
I’m a native Floridian, who grew up in Argentina till the age of 8. My dad is from Argentina and my mom from Cuba. I went to Belvedere Elementary, Conniston Middle, and Forest Hill High School in Florida. I then graduated from Florida State University in 2002 with a vocal performance degree and instantly I dove into performing from Opera to Musical Theatre anywhere and everywhere I could. I was very fortunate to have amazing performance opportunities with my One Woman shows around town then around the world on luxury cruise ships. All the while, I always loved teaching and sharing my love for music with my students. I have worked as an artist in residence for many of the schools in the county all while keeping a full private voice studio.
I started in my parent’s spare bed room, then decided to get my own little studio space and open Adriana Zabala’s Voice and Music Academy in 2012 to make it official. In 2018, I made a huge move to the current location and I am beyond thrilled that I now have 9 other teachers that also share the same passion as me in sharing their love for music with their students. I am proud to say l have now been a voice teacher and performance coach for over 18 years and my passion is still to inspire and motivate students to be the best musician they can be and to make sure they keep music in their lives forever.
If you are looking for voice lessons, music lessons, piano, guitar, ukulele, or drum lessons our teachers are excited and ready to get started with you or your child. We are also super skilled to provide audition preparation for arts schools, shows, community choirs, summer programs, colleges and anything else you might need to prepare for. We strive for all lessons to be individualized, challenging and fun and wanting you to come back week after week. Our goal is for each student to gain the confidence they need to be the best they can be. That confidence will show up not only in their music but in their everyday life as well. We love to expose our students to performance opportunities around town and in their school as well as have a group called AZ Singers that meets once a week which focuses on performing around the community in any capacity possible. From National Anthem performers to Christmas Caroling and everything in-between. We also host recitals on a very own stage as often as possible.
Needless to say, my passion is music and being able to share my passion with my students has been a dream come true. Please contact us so we can get started on your musical journey.
Musically with Love,
Adriana Zabala Ayoub