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February 20th, 2013

Vann shares passion at Sing from the Heart

Elex Lee Vann, whose talents include being a professional vocalist and voice teacher, is the owner/director of the Sing from the Heart vocal studio in Newburgh, NY.

NEWBURGH - As a professional vocalist, writer and voice teacher, as well as the owner/director of Sing from the Heart Vocal Studio, Elex Lee Vann’s passion for music and his community has risen to a higher level.

Vann, a native of Newburgh, NY, has embraced his passion and joy of music, singing opera, musical theater and spirituals both nationally and internationally. Sharing his love of music in teaching, he has seen many benefits beyond the potentials of the vocal cords; stimulating and enhancing positive emotions, promoting creativity both intellectually and cognitively.

Vann returned to Newburgh after an extensive touring performing career, and began serving his community by teaching as a music educator in the public school district for two years. During his years of service, he revised and developed a Chorale Program, which created a positive effect academically and behavioral and help the discovery of musical talents among his students. Unfortunately, scholastic music programs have declined, leaving parents and students with limited options for passion from the heart stimulation.

Vann’s passion for music continues in private music lessons from his vocal studio, Sing from the Heart, where he teaches students of all ages, located in Newburgh.

Vann recently performed at the Newburgh Free Library on Sunday, February 17, 2013 in a concert that celebrated Black History Month.

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