American Soprano, Savannah McElhaney, was born and raised to an artistic family in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. Savannah’s love for music began at a young age and as a child she was continuously caught signing by her family. She began taking voice and flute lessons when she was eight years old. In high school, Savannah was an apprentice at at the Pittsburg Opera and then decided to pursue professional studies at the university level. She received her Master of Music degree from the Mannes School of Music and her Bachelor of Music degree from the Johns Hopkins Peabody Conservatory.
She is an active member of the Actors Equity Association and performs both classical and musical theater repertoire. Savannah has performed roles and recitals at venues such as the Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, Bruno Walter Auditorium at Lincoln Center, and the Prince George Ballroom, with NYC’s On-Site Opera and the New York Lyric Opera. In addition, Savannah has performed at Pittsburgh’s Benedum Center and Kansas City Starlight Theater with the Pittsburgh CLO.
Through research and her own personal experience, she has found that classical technique can provide a foundation to sing all genres of music. She is a nurturing and enthusiastic teacher who customizes each lesson to cater to the student’s needs and goals.Back