Primary Instrument: Vocalist
A native of New York, Robin Aleman’s smooth vocals have been engaging audiences for many years. She has been performing steadily in the tri-state area, filling houses wherever she plays with her original arrangements.
While attending Fordham University, she took elective classes in music theory and musical theater. Not long after graduating, Robin began studying voice with Phil Campanella. Although she studied classical music initially, it wasn’t long before she realized that jazz was her true calling and began studying that genre exclusively with acclaimed jazz artists, among them Dena DeRose, Tierney Sutton, Barry Harris and Nancy Marano....
...her Midnight reading is exquisite... Alan Bargebuhr, Cadence Magazine
...a promising debut from a talented jazz singer, whom we expect to hear many great things from in the coming years. Curtis Davenport, Jazz Improv
...a compelling debut album showcasing a wonderful performance... Edward Blanco, EJazzNews.com
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Willing to teach:
Teaching is at the Singers Forum, 49 west 24th Street, NYC. Available to teach Monday through Friday after 6pm. Some weekend times available. $40 per 30 minutes or $70 per hour. Package deals are also available at a discounted rate. Contact the Singers Forum at (212) 366-0541 or visit www.singersforum.org for more information.