Vince Borrelli is a Voice and Guitar instructor based in Bethesda, Md. He is a native of Rochester, NY, where he studied voice at the Eastman School of Music. The desire for a more well-rounded performance background brought him to The University of Maryland at College Park where he majored in Vocal Performance and also studied guitar and theatre.
Upon graduating, Vince started a swing music band named "The Joker's Wild" and performed part-time while working as a corporate trainer. Vince's love of music drove him closer and closer to a full-time profession in music and he now performs over 500 shows per year in the DMV. He has performed at the Kennedy Center Opera House, and has opened for Michael MacDonald and Harry Connick, Jr. , and also performed on the CBS television show "Young Americans."
Vince loves to teach his performance techniques to up-and-coming students/performers in Voice and Guitar. As a lifetime teacher, his students enjoy a robust, time-tested educational experience that is fun, engaging, productive and customized to their goals and needs. Vince's teaching philosophy also includes an understanding of the underlying music theory presented in an easy-to-understand manner, and to also build the confidence and passion necessary for growth and performance success.