Biography

Angelica Feliciano is a coloratura soprano who holds a B.A. in classical voice from Webster University where she was involved in Opera Studio and Jazz Singers.  After graduating she taught lessons for 2 years before starting graduate work at University of Missouri Columbia where she taught in the Community Music Program.  She is a former member of  the St. Louis Symphony Chorus and The Mendelssohn Club of Philadelphia. Recently, she has been a soloist with Delaware Valley Opera Company in Philadelphia and Wilmington Concert Opera.  She teaches at the Wayne Art Center as well as maintaining her private studio. As a dedicated voice teacher she continues to study with other teachers and participates in NATS and MTNA. Lessons are customized to fit the needs of each student.  

I started lessons with Angie my junior year of high school because I wanted to start preparing for my college music auditions. She is truly a wonderful teacher, and after just months with her all of my skills improved. We worked on extending my repertoire and she challenged me with higher levels of music. We worked on songs in English, French, German, and Italian. I am very grateful for everything she did for me; even when I wanted to give up, she was my motivation. In the spring, I auditioned at over five different colleges and universities. After receiving all of my financial aid, I received over $25,000 in vocal talent scholarships alone. If you are looking for a new voice teacher, I definitely recommend her. She's fabulous at what she does, and you will love her! Now, as a freshman music education major in college, I am so happy I had Angie as my teacher. Everything I learned with her has paid off in my college studies. She put me one step ahead of most of the other freshmen. I have some of our old lessons that she recorded, and I still listen to them!

-Hanna, a former student