Alyssa Vieau

Associate Vocal Coach

Alyssa Vieau (they/she) is a musician and actor with a wide range of experience in various styles of music such as classical, musical theatre, pop, jazz, and song writing. They hold both a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree and Advanced Music Studies Certificate in Voice Performance from Carnegie Mellon University and a Master of Music degree in Voice Performance from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music.

Alyssa is from western Massachusetts and though they come from a family of non-musicians, they have been devoted to this artform ever since they could remember. From an early age, they have done various local gigs, community theatre, and even music-directed collegiate acapella. They quickly found that collaboration is one of the things they love most about music and they have explored what it means for music to create community. Alyssa’s main approach in their teaching is to create a safe space with a productive and uplifting student-teacher relationship. They pride themself on being an authentic and honest performer and would love to help students find their true voice in the work they do together.

Alyssa has been seen in the Bay area performing with Pocket Opera, Cinnabar Theater, and SF Salon Music. Their recent performance highlights at The San Francisco Conservatory of Music include Gherardo in Puccini’s Gianni Schicchi (2024), Miss Shingle in A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder (2024), Armelinde in Viardot’s Cendrillon (2024), La tasse and La libellule in Ravel’s L’enfant et les sortilèges (2023) and covering Marmee in Little Women (2023). At Carnegie Mellon University they have been seen as Tolomeo in Sartorio’s Giulio Cesare in Egitto (2021), Mrs. Grose in Britten’s Turn of The Screw (2020), and Goffredo in Handel’s Rinaldo (2019). They also performed as Robin in Compōs-It Opera’s world premiere of An Empirical Setting of Memory by Clayton Brown (2018).

Hometown: Chicopee, MA