The original instrument! Our instructors in voice are experts in their discipline and will work with you to make your vocals all they can be.
Meet Our Voice Instructors
Angie began her musical career at the age of 8 when she joined her elementary school choir. She later joined the Young Singers of the Palm Beaches, where she was a member for 8 years and where she received the majority of her formal training. She attended Palm Beach Central High School and went on to attend Palm Beach Atlantic University, where she is currently studying music education. Angie’s main instrument is voice, where she studies under the direction of Marilyn Mims. She is on track to graduate in the spring of 2022.
Angie has performed at various venues around the state, including Epcot at Walt Disney World, many concerts on the main stage of the Kravis Center, Florida All State Choir, musical theater productions, and in her first opera with the Palm Beach Opera.
While her training is currently mainly classical, she has sung a wide variety of music, including musical theater, pop, barbershop, folk, indie, and rock. She loves teaching all genres of music, and encourages her students to study many different genres. Angie strives to have her lessons be fun, safe spaces for her students to be able to try anything without fear of judgement. While using techniques she’s learned from her many teachers over the years, she hopes her lessons are educational and enriching to all her students.
Jones holds a Bachelor of Music in Voice from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, and a Master of Music in Vocal Performance from the Manhattan School of Music. Jones currently performs in West Palm Beach, Florida with the Robert Sharon Choral performing as soloist in Vivaldi’s Magnificat as well as Andrew Lloyd Webber’s medley from the Phantom of the Opera. Jones is currently on a recital tour performing in Mississippi, Alabama, Chicago, New York and throughout the South Florida area.
Adriana Zabala Ayoub
Adriana Zabala Ayoub has established herself as one of the most sought after voice teachers in Palm Beach County. She is a native South Floridian and frequent guest artists with many of the area’s performing arts organizations, including the Palm Beach Opera and has been featured on various local radio and television networks. She has traveled aboard luxury cruise ships around the world and is currently traveling with her One Woman Shows throughout Florida as well.
Adriana Zabala received a full scholarship from Florida State University and has a degree in Vocal Performance. She is recognized for her effortless vocal ability in a variety of songs and genres ranging from Classical Opera to Musical Theatre.
Encouraged by her own educational experiences, Adriana has served as an Artist in Residence at Bak Middle School of the Arts as well as numerous High Schools in the Palm Beach County. She has also served as a judge for the entry auditions for both Bak Middle school of the Arts and Alexandre W. Dreyfoos High School of the Arts. Adriana has been teaching private voice for over 17 years and is the owner of Adriana Zabala’s Voice and Music Academy in Lake Worth where she continues to share her love for music with all her students.
Chase Wheeler, born and raised in Florida, began his formal training at the age of 10 as an instrumentalist. Since then, he has become proficient in piano, oboe, trumpet, guitar, flute, and clarinet. Chase began his formal training in voice at the age of 15, studying under Jackie Stressman, a current performer for Disney’s Voices of Liberty. At age 17, he was awarded second place in the prestigious Future Stars competition for young artists. Through this, he was able to record with Grammy award-winning producer, David Ruttenberg.
Chase later attended Florida Atlantic University and earned a B.A in Music, vocal performance and education. Through his collegiate studied, he was able to participate in various summer programs, including Anúna International Summer School in Ireland. Since then, Chase has been apart of multiple traveling ensembles and has been featured on local radio networks.
Chelsea began her formal training at the age of 13 when she joined The Young Singers of the Palm Beaches. She studied under the instruction of owner, Adriana Zabala and went on to attended Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts for high school. She later attended Rollins College on a full scholarship to earn her B.A in Music; Vocal Performance/education under director Dr. John Sinclair.
Chelsea has performed both nationally and internationally as a soloist and with groups such as the ACDA national honor choir, the Bach festival choir and more. She has also performed in numerous operas, musical theatre productions, and even at Walt Disney World.
Although her training is primarily classical, Chelsea has been in numerous contemporary bands and ensembles and performs and teaches many different genres, from rock/pop, to folk, blues, country, reggae and more. Chelsea strives to make her lessons fun, educational, and relevant for her students. She loves incorporating technology into lessons when possible and greatly encourages her students to pursue performance opportunities.
Veronica Garcia began her musical journey at 7 years old when she took voice lessons in her hometown of Sagua la Grande, Cuba. She immigrated to the United States at age 9 where she furthered her journey by joining the school choirs. She attended John I Leonard High School and is currently attending Palm Beach Atlantic University, studying music education. Veronica’s main instrument is voice, where she studies under the instruction of Sonia Santiago. She is on track to graduate in the spring of 2022.
Veronica has had the privilege of performing at a variety of venues such as Walt Disney World and the main stage of the Kravis Center. She has also performed in the Florida All State Choir and in Palm Beach Opera’s production of Turandot. In 2021 she received the first place in the regional competition of National Association of Teachers of Singing.
Veronica’s training is predominantly in classical music, however she sings a variety of music ranging from pop to musical theater. She enjoys teaching different genres of music and encourages her students to explore different genres. Veronica’s goal is for the students to have fun, feel safe and make beautiful music.