Margaret Breidenbaugh began teaching private voice lessons in 2003 after graduating from the Capital University Conservatory of Music in Columbus, Ohio, where she trained with Gene Allen (voice) and Laura Beauchamp (classical piano). She has extensive experience teaching singers of all ages, including very young beginners. Margaret specializes in musical theater and popular music styles, including improvisation and jazz. She also offers sight reading, ear training, and basic piano skills for singers wanting to take their musicianship to the next level. Students love Margaret’s fun and spontaneous, whole-body, open-minded approach to performing the music they love. She welcomes singers of all abilities ages 7 and up.
B.M. - Capital University Conservatory of Music
M.A. - Miami University
Margaret’s performance experiences including choral tours throughout Western Europe and small ensemble tours in the United States. She is also classically trained on the theremin, and has studied with multiple theremin teachers in Europe, notably the late Barbara Buchholz.
When Margaret isn’t teaching voice, she is working on multiple family research and local history projects, getting to know her neighbors at the Walnut Hills Library where she works as Senior Library Services Assistant, or playing jazzy pop tunes with her husband, Ryan. Margaret’s second language is German. She holds an M.A. in History (’18) from Miami University.