Soprano Alyssa Serakos, holds a Bachelor degree in Vocal Music Education K-12 from the University of Northwestern – St. Paul (UNW), where she studied under Catherine McCord Larson. Throughout her time at UNW, Alyssa was a lead worship leader for chapel, student conducted the Northwestern Women’s Chorale, and served as soprano section leader for the Northwestern Choir, Chamber Choir, and Women’s Chorale, where she sang as a soloist and first soprano.
Alyssa has been singing, acting, and playing piano since the age of five and enjoys teaching students of all ages, abilities, and genres including contemporary Christian worship, pop, choral music, art song, opera, and musical theatre. She loves teaching the fundamentals of healthy singing and helping students explore expression and the versatility of their voice in a fun and encouraging environment.
She currently serves as the Worship Arts Associate at UNW and previously served as the Worship Director for North Haven Church, elementary music teacher in the Robbinsdale School District, and Academy of Music’s Vivace Voices Director. She frequently leads as a guest worship leader at various churches throughout the Twin Cities and has been teaching private and group voice lessons since 2016.
She also sings professionally as a soprano in the Minnesota Chorale and was soprano section leader for Sonomento. She has sung in Deo Cantamus and the National Lutheran Choir, where she sang as a soprano and frequent soloist. Alyssa has sung in various world-premiere works, most recently as a soloist in Kim Andre Arnesen’s composition of “Holy Spirit Mass” and “So That the World May Believe,” which premiered in Rome, Italy with the Together in Hope Choir.