Alexandria Culotta is a multitalented musician, recording artist and private voice and piano instructor. Originally from Miami, Florida, Alexandria and her husband moved to New York to continue growing their expansive music studio, as well as perform and record with numerous musical acts as a keyboardist and singer.
Mrs. Culotta received her Masters of Piano Performance in classical music at Florida International University under the direction of Dr. Jose Lopez and world renowned Croatian pianist Kemal Gekić.
Alexandria has been a frequent guest soloist for "The Downtowner Series" in Downtown Miami and performed at various venues in South Florida including The Deering Estate, Viscaya Gardens, Miami Art Museum, Bass Art Museum, Frost Art Museum and the Wertheim Music Hall. She has also performed with Grammy award wining Flutist Nestor Torréz in The Nestor Torréz Charanga Ensemble, as chamber pianist under the direction of The Amernet String Quartet Violinist Marcia Littley, and has been on national tours with her nationally recognized original music act Stop the Presses. This year Alexandria had the honor to perform a chamber work at Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall.
Alexandria has run a successful private music studio in Miami Beach for over 10 years, teaching students ages of all ages and levels, with a speciality in early childhood music education. Her students undergo Florida Piano Proficiency Exams (FMTA), Royal Conservatory of Music Exams (NY and Canada) and perform in numerous recitals, competitions and incentives throughout the year. Some of her former students have attended recognized music programs all over the world such as Miami Conservatory of Music, Frost School of Music Young Musicians, The Crowden Music Center in Berkeley California and has have numerous students place and achieve high honors in New York Music Constitutions like the Nationally recognized Little Mozarts Piano Competition (2nd and 3rd place), Rising Stars National Piano Competition (1st place) and performances at Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall (RCM High Honors Recital).
Instrument / Discipline
- Piano Pedagogy
- Youth (7-17)
- Adults (18+)
- Young Children (under 7)
- At a school
- At own home
- At own studio
- At student home
- 2012 - Masters of Music - Florida International University
- 2009 - Bachelor’s of Music - New World School of the Arts
- Florida Music Teachers Association - Provincial / State
- Music Teachers National Association - National
- New York Music Teachers Association - Provincial / State