Olivia Rubbo is a professional singer and actor with a BFA in Musical Theater from Emerson College. On top of performing regionally and throughout New York City, she has worked with children for over 10 years teaching music and movement classes, and has taken several courses on early childhood music development.
Olivia deeply values the role emotional intelligence plays in creating a more joyous and fulfilling life. She’s always been grateful for the positive impact music has on young lives and thus saw a unique opportunity to establish a program that not only inspires musicality in children, but uses it to teach social emotional skills: how to be kind, grateful and present. Olivia brings her goofy self to each class, and gets such joy from creating a safe space for all people to explore their innate capacity for music and mindfulness!
Talia Frank-Stempel graduated in 2019 from Emerson College with a BFA in Theater Education and Performance and has a Massachusetts Teaching License in Theater. She is fluent in Spanish and has experience teaching in both the US and abroad. She has worked as a teaching artist at Imagination Stage (DC), and CBE (NYC), an after school elementary school program. She is passionate about the power music and theater has to help children express themselves and develop empathy!