Alex Diaz is a Washington, D.C. area based Piano and Voice instructor who works with students of all ages and levels. He also teaches composition and has a robust background in music that started at an early age.
Alex grew up in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, where he toured and sang with the Alabama Choir School in places like the White House, Disney World, etc. He then spent four years at the Alabama School of Fine Arts as a voice major, continuing on to study Vocal Performance, Music Composition, and Japanese Language at Bennington College in Vermont. At Bennington he was involved in several operas, musicals, and staged song cycles.
After spending a year teaching piano and voice privately in Seattle, he worked for six years for the Alabama Choir School as their Assistant Conductor, Composer-in-Residence, and Administrator. In addition to teaching and conducting the three K-5 choirs, he was also the choral instructor for the Sisterhood of Tuscaloosa Chinese School. He frequently composes pieces for various orchestras, choral ensembles, soloists, and other instrumental ensembles.
When not making music, Alex loves to knit blankets and cook elaborate vegan dishes. He is excited to use all his teaching and performing experience to help your young musicians fall in love with music!