Juliana Baioni, soprano and flutist, earned her Bachelor of Music in Music Performance from Washington Adventist University in Takoma Park, MD, and has performed as a member and soloist with the New England Youth Ensemble, the Washington Concert Winds, the Montgomery Philharmonic, the Musical Offering Flute Choir,as well as in several chamber music groups, among other ensembles. Juliana later earned her Master of Arts in Arts Management from George Mason University in Fairfax, VA. While working in the fundraising department at Hope Channel, Inc. in Silver Spring, MD, Juliana continued to teach lessons and perform with flute and voice. Juliana is currently a Performance Certificate student at La Sierra University where she is focusing her musical energies on vocal performance.
Juliana has taught private lessons for a little over 10 years to students of various ages and musical backgrounds. Her love for music of all kinds is apparent and often infectious. She seeks to instill in her students a basic understanding and appreciation for the world of music, including basic theory and interpretation, while empowering them with the knowledge and technique to be able to perform to the best of their abilities. Don’t miss out on learning voice, flute, or even basic piano with this fun and supportive teacher!