McNulty Studio
703-356-3219
E-mail: peggy.mcnulty@verizon.net

 

 

 

 

STUDENT PERFORMANCES AT CHESTERBROOK RESIDENCES

 

Thursday, August 23, 7:00 p.m. 

Thursday, August 30, 7:00 p.m.

Chesterbrook Residences

2030 Westmoreland Street, Falls Church, Va.

Get directions >

George Peachey will accompany

Family and friends welcome!

           

 

 

STUDENT NEWS

 

Nancy Pruett (center) attended Arena Stage Academy's Musical Theater Training Company, a 2-week training program that provides professional training for the serious student in American musical theater. She performed in the Showcase on Friday, August 10. Nancy is a rising junior at McLean High School. She is pictured here with Peggy and Vanessa Strahan.

 

Katie Shinay Ames and her husband, Brooke, with twins, Jackson and Carter, born in Feb. 2012.  Katie studied with Peggy when she attended Herndon H.S. She received her undergraduate degree in voice from Northwestern University and her graduate degree in musical theatre from The Boston Conservatory.  She and Brooke live in Cambridge, Mass.

 

Colleen Eggleston Miccolis, a former student, visited with Peggy in July in Providence, R.I. They toured the Frederick Law Olmstead National Historic Site in Cambridge, Mass. Colleen keeps up her singing by cantering in her Catholic Church.

 

 

VOICE LESSONS FOR COLLEGE CREDIT

 

Peggy McNulty is now on the adjunct faculty at Northern Virginia Community College. Students can receive credit for voice lessons. Lessons must be given in her McLean studio. Contact Peggy for details.

 

 

LOCAL PERFORMANCES

 

The Met: Live in HD features live transmissions simulcast at local movie theaters. Click here for 2012-13 schedule and details >

 

Check out Wolf Trap's performance schedule here >

 

Visit www.kennedy-center.org for their complete schedule of performances.

 

 

STUDENT OF THE WEEK

 

Student of the Week will return in the fall

 

< Previous students of the week >

 

 

Updated:8/21/2012

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

 

 

Peggy McNulty believes that the total body is the instrument of the voice. She has taught voice for over 30 years. She offers private voice lessons in her McLean, Virginia, studio.

 

Peggy teaches teens and adults. Her teaching schedule includes teens representing 10 different high schools! Instruction is tailored to meet each student’s needs and interests. Because music is meant to be shared, students are encouraged to participate in regularly scheduled workshops
and recitals.

 

Peggy’s personal joy in singing and her commitment to teaching have stimulated her students to participate in musical activities in their communities. Several current students are participating in church and school choirs, and also are performing roles in school and community theater. Peggy’s former students maintain contact with her and share their delight in singing as they continue to study and perform.

 

Peggy herself continues to study and give performances. She has sought out private instruction for herself. She has 30 years of voice study under the direction of well-known musicians and teachers, including Marianna Busching, Gillian Cookson,
Todd Duncan, George Gibson, Dr. James McDonald, Martha Randall, Jennie Tourel, and Jane White.

 

Peggy is an active participant in voice-related professional conferences and meetings in the United States.

 


 

NVMTA Laureate

 

In May 2011, Peggy McNulty was awarded the Northern Virginia Music Teachers Association Laureate designation because of her longtime dedication and service to NVMTA. This is a distinguished award recently voted on by the membership. 

 


 

Contemporary Commercial Music (CCM)

Vocal Pedagogy Institute

Peggy recently became certified in Level II of Contemporary Commercial Music (CCM) Vocal Pedagogy Institute. The class was held from July 19 to 21, 2011, at Shenandoah Conservatory, and the instructor was Jeannette LoVetri. The Institute was created to meet the demand for vocal training grounded in voice science, voice medicine, and tested methods of CCM pedagogy.

Photos > | More info >

 


 

Peggy McNulty Featured in "First Person Singular"

 

I knew I could sing when I was 12. I could just feel it, in my body, in my throat, everywhere. ...

Peggy was featured in the February 6, 2011, Washington Post Magazine column, "First Person Singular." She was interviewed by Amanda Long.

Click here to read the article online >

 

Read the Feb. 10 Washington Post Opinion piece here >

 

 

 

 

 

Welcome to my website!

 

I would like to welcome my voice students, colleagues, friends,

and prospective students to my website, which will keep everyone

up to date with what's happening at McNulty Studio!

Pick options on the menu above, or click any link.

 

Click here for a guide to the site >