Alexis Martin

Alexis Martin, Alexander Technique (AmSAT), is passionate about helping young singers reach their potential though detailed exploration of mind-body awareness. A graduate of the American Center for the Alexander Technique, Alexis has been invited to teach Alexander Technique at The Oyster Bay Music Festival, The Kaufmann Center, The International Masters Academy of Opera and master classes at Brooklyn College. She also served as a panelist for the 2017 Schuyler Career Bridges Grant.

Trained as a classical singer, Alexis participated in IVAI from 2000-2005 and became a regional winner of the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions and recipient of The Schuyler Career Bridges Grant. She was awarded First Prize in the Sun Valley Opera, Classical Productions and Friday Woodmere Music Competitions, received the Gold Medal from the Five Towns Music Foundation and won Second Prize in the Jenny Lind Competition for Sopranos.

In addition to her Alexander Technique Certification, Alexis earned a Master’s in Music from Brooklyn College, an undergraduate degree from Harvard University and trained in the Seattle Opera Young Artist Program. She is currently on the voice faculty of Brooklyn College and maintains a private Alexander Technique studio in New York.

In addition to teaching voice and the Alexander Technique, Alexis enjoys an ongoing interest in mind-body wellness and maintains a regular Iyengar yoga and Vedic meditation practice.

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