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VOCAL/SINGING LESSONS

CLASSES : ALL LESSONS ARE ONE ON ONE

Pick a slot - 

  • Wed - 4:30 pm - 5 pm

  • Wed - 5 pm - 5:30 pm (FULL)

  • Wed - 5:30 pm - 6 pm (FULL)

  • Wed - 6 pm - 6:30 pm (FULL)

  • Wed - 6:30 pm - 7 pm

  • Wed - 7 pm - 7:30 pm

5 Week Sessions

  • 30 Min lessons - $200/5 week session

  • 45 Min lessons - $300/5 week session (Please email us to sign up for 45 mins lessons @info@academyofcreativearts.com)

Students of all levels and ages are welcome to sign up and cultivate a love for music.

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Instructor : Migle ZaliukaiteA native of Lithuania, mezzo soprano Migle Zaliukaite began studying music at the age of six at the Music School Liepaites in Vilnius, Lithuania. She studied with an acclaimed mezzo soprano Birtue Almonaityte. From 2012 to 2013, she completed the Professional Certificate of Merit in voice at the New England Conservatory in Boston, Massachusetts. In 2017 May Ms.Zaliukaite graduated from the prestigious Eastman School of Music where she studied under Grammy award winner, mezzo soprano Katherine Ciesinski. Ms. Zaliukaite had her Carnegie Hall debut in 2014 with Rochester Philharmonic orchestra. She had her international debut in Halifax playing the role of Madame Haltiere and La Roi in opera Cendrillon by J.Massenet at Halifax summer opera festival in 2015. Ms.Migle also sang the roles of Principessa (Suor Angelica by G.Puccini) and Contessa (Messe Mariano by U.Giordani) with the Eastman Opera Theater. In the summer of 2016 she was part of  Chicago Summer Opera program with the role of Florence Pike(Albert Herring, by B.Britten) and she appeared with Theater of Pittsburgh studio   artist program where she sang role of Carlotta(Die Schweigsame Frau) and covered the role of Sextus( Julius Caesar, by G.F.Handel).  In addition, Ms Zaliukaite organizes and participates in numerous benefit recitals and community outreach concerts in the United States and Lithuania. Ms. Migle recorded her first album of Forgotten Lithuanian songs and arias in 2016. Her recent engagements include ''Sugrizimai'' festival in Lithuania where Ms. Zaliukaite performed 3 solo recitals, Madam de la Haltiere role with Eastman theater in May 2017, American tour with Lithuanian pianist Egle Perkumaite in Chicago, New York City and Rochester where she introduced her CD with Lithuanian songs. Ms.Zaliukaite is looking forward to her future engagements with Vilnius Philharmony later this year and busy audition season abroad. Apart being active performer herself, Ms.Zaliukaite maintains her private studio and teaches classical voice and piano lessons. She serves as a music director at Lithuanian Heritage school in Milton, MA and teaches general music at St.Peter’s Academy in South Boston. 

DID YOU KNOW? - Music education and its positive effect on students -

Music is integral for children's academic development. Playing an instrument helps train children to remain focused for long periods of time. Studies have shown that studying music is linked to better academic performance as well - reading and playing music sharpens memorization and cultivates the desire to improve. 

Children who play a musical instrument over the course of a few years are more likely to excel in their studies, work better in teams, have enhanced critical thinking skills, and pursue further education. Not only does the simple act of playing an instrument improve technical coordination skills, but music engages areas of the brain that are involved with paying attention and making predictions.

Although playing an instrument can be a challenge, students acquire a sense of achievement after reaching their goals and will be driven to persevere musically as well as in other aspects of life. They learn discipline and the benefits of individual effort, and playing in group ensembles teaches camaraderie, interdependence, and the importance of individual responsibility. 

Payment and Missed Class Policy:

Training requires consistency in order to achieve the most benefit. However, we understand that students may occasionally need to miss a class. Use the following guidelines to ensure that you get the most out of your classes at The Academy of Creative Arts. 

  1. Your fees are due on or before the first class in a month

  2. Payment may be made by cash, check or credit card

  3. If you pay for several months in advance and cannot complete all months, we will refund months not used when notice is received before the beginning of the month

  4. If you or your child plan to miss a class - 48 hour advance notice is required - so another student can be accommodated - if the student does not provide 48 hour notice, student can coordinate the make-up class with the instructor.

  5. Your monthly fee pays for your space in class for the month. It is your responsibility to make up classes if you or your child miss the class.

  6. One makeup class will be offered each month. During any month that you are enrolled, you may make up a class by attending any other appropriate session (please coordinate with the instructor for scheduling the make up class). Make up classes should be completed within 60 days of missing the class. Fees for missed classes are not refundable.

  7. If you are having trouble scheduling a make up class, please let us know and we will try to accommodate you

  8. Class timings and schedule are subject to change

We wish you a wonderful learning experience - these policies are required so that we can be respectful of the instructors time and commitment.