Elizabeth Ludlam is a motivated instructor with experience teaching ages 2-22. She graduated from The Rome School of Music, Drama, and Art with a Bachelor of Music degree. She is experienced with a wide variety of vocal styles, including musical theatre, classical music, classical church music, contemporary praise and worship, pop, and more!
Elizabeth's teaching statement: "I consider it an immense privilege to guide students as they navigate their voices and explore new repertoire. I offer voice and acting lessons that are catered to the individual needs of each student. Whether students want to work on audition preparation, vocal technique, music theory, performance, or other skills, I always strive to offer a well-rounded approach to teaching."
Elizabeth is also experienced teaching a wide array of academic subjects, including Spanish and English. She received a minor in Spanish in college, and has been studying the language since kindergarten. She is also experienced with English grammar, writing, and comprehension. She has an Honors Liberal Studies certificate from the Catholic University of America.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: The Catholic University of America Rome School of Music Drama and Art - Bachelor of Fine Arts, Musical Theater
ACT Composite: 32
ACT English: 36
ACT Reading: 36
ACT Science: 30
I am primarily a musician, with a focus on vocal performance and musical theatre. I also love learning new languages. I speak Spanish very well, and I am in the process of learning Tagalog (Filipino) and American Sign Language. I love reading, especially fantasy and mystery novels. I also love the outdoors, and I'm currently training for a half marathon.
Elementary School Reading
High School English
Middle School English
Middle School Reading
Middle School Reading Comprehension
Middle School Writing