About Audrey Howitt
In addition to her new teaching role at New World Music Academy, Audrey Howitt is an associated voice teacher with several award winning choirs including Piedmont East Bay Children’s Choirs under the baton of maestro Robert Geary, the Young Women’s Choral Project of San Francisco under the direction of acclaimed director, Susan McMane, and the Head Royce School. She has also been an associated voice teacher with the San Francisco Girls Chorus under the reins of Dr. Susan McMane, Brandon Brack and Valerie Sainte-Agathe. She maintains a private studio in Alameda.
Ms. Howitt has sung with San Francisco Symphony Chorus under the direction of both Vance George and Ragnar Bohlin. Ms. Howitt has also sung with the San Francisco Chamber Singers (now Volti) under the direction of Robert Geary. She has appeared in opera and musical theater roles, covering both the mezzo-soprano and the soprano repertoire.
Ms. Howitt holds a master’s degree in music from Holy Names University and is a member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing. As a teacher, Ms. Howitt strives to provide the very best instruction by meeting her student’s individual needs.