Alexis Martin is devoted to helping young singers reach their potential though detailed exploration of vocal technique and body awareness. A nationally certified teacher of the Alexander Technique (AmSAT) she creates an environment that fosters self-discovery, and guides students to experience singing as a mind-body expression.
Trained in vocal performance from a young age, Alexis participated in countless musicals and was a member of the Metropolitan Opera Children’s Chorus. She was valedictorian of LaGuardia High School of Music and Art and studied Classical Voice in the Juilliard School Pre-College division. Alexis earned her undergraduate degree from Harvard University, holds a Master’s in Music from Brooklyn College Conservatory, and participated in the prestigious Seattle Opera Young Artist Program.
Career highlights include over a dozen roles performed in the United States, Italy and Israel as well as concert and recital appearances. In addition, Alexis is a regional winner of the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions, The Schuyler Career Bridges Grant and won First Prize in the Friday Woodmere Music Competition, the Five Towns Music Foundation and took Second Prize in the Jenny Lind Competition for Sopranos.
Currently serving on the voice faculty at Brooklyn College Conservatory of Music, Alexis maintains a private teaching studio in New York City. Her students include pop artists, Broadway performers and singers appearing in opera houses around the world.
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.