“Singing is fun again!”
A native of Richmond, Virginia, USA, Alicia Briceland is an accomplished dramatic soprano and an innovative teacher of singing with a proven track record of success.
Alicia received her Bachelor's of Music in Vocal Performance, summa cum laude and with University Honors, from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia and received her Master's of Music in Vocal Performance from the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston, Massachusetts.
She also attended the Alexander Technique School of New England and graduated from the American Center for the Alexander Technique in 2000.
Alicia has taught private voice lessons for 20 years, sharing her extensive knowledge with humor and compassion. As well as teaching as several institutions, she has taught both voice and the Alexander Technique privately in New York City and Northern New Jersey for a number of years.
As a performer, she has sung many operatic roles, including Sieglinde, Elisabetta (Don Carlo), Amelia, Santuzza, Freia and Turandot. She has also performed recitals in the US and Germany.
Alicia has written extensively on vocal technique, how singers can benefit from the Alexander Technique and a healthy psychological approach for singers. Her array of popular articles have helped thousands of singers across the world. She is currently working on a book of advice for singers.