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EVC VoiceAbility

Accessibility  -  Community  -  Confidence  -  Discovery  -  Connection

EVC VoiceAbility is designed for special learners ages 7-16 who thrive in a supportive learning environment with a high adult-student ratio. Classes are structured to allow for children to explore their voices in a setting sensitive to their individual needs and social, emotional, physical and/or intellectual needs. Members of VoiceAbility also has the opportunity to work with peer mentors from other choirs.

​Fall 2022: Thursdays 5:30-6:20 pm | The Cooke School 1713 Madison Ave at E 114th St.

Spring 2022: Saturdays 10:00-10:50 a.m. (ages 7-10) 11:00-11:50 a.m. (ages 11-16)
Teachers College  | 525 West 120th Street

Meet the teachers

Sarah Perry, EdD, MT-BC

Sarah is Assistant Professor of Music Education at Westminster Choir College, Rider University. Dr. Perry is a board certified music therapist and music educator, receiving her doctorate in music education from Teachers College, Columbia University. Her specializations include music in special education and integrated arts learning, focusing on addressing the needs of special learners in music, visual arts, and dance settings.  Dr. Perry is a frequent clinician leading teacher training workshops for visual arts, dance/movement and music educators on responding to individual differences in public schools in New York and Maryland and various arts education programs including The Harmony Program, The Juilliard School’s Global K-12 Teaching Artists program, The New Jersey Performing Arts Center, The Philadelphia Orchestra and Art-Reach, The Weill Music Institute at Carnegie Hall, The New York Philharmonic School Partnership Program, and Midori and Friends.

Alison Levosky

Alison is the current Middle and Upper School Chorus Teacher at The Calhoun School. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Music and Psychology from Yale University, as well as a Master of Arts in Music Education from Teachers College, Columbia University. Alison also holds initial teaching certification for K-12 music in New York State. She currently teaches ensemble choral classes and elective instrumental music classes, in addition to private voice and piano lessons. Alison sings with the New York Chamber Choir, and the worship team at Renaissance Church NYC. A singer, multi-instrumentalist, conductor, and composer, Alison sees music as a vehicle for cultivating joy, community, and belonging.