Molly is a classically trained turned jazz-fusion singer who has performed widely in the Denver metro area for the past 10 years. After receiving her B.A. from Colorado State University in voice with an emphasis on opera, she moved to the seedy underbelly of downtown Denver. Since then she has sung with bands ranging in style from punk to jazz to metal to bluegrass. She has sung with varied organizations such as Fort Collins Opera, Impact Dance Company and Titwrench Festival Denver. She once owned a record store, winning a Westword Best of Denver.  She is currently performing both as a solo artist as well as in a jazz fusion project with Dustin Adams.

As a teacher, Molly believes that anyone can sing, it’s just a matter of finding your unique voice. She will cater the lesson to suit your needs and help you achieve your personal goals. She teaches strong vocal technique so that you can manage and control your voice. Once you have a solid foundation to work from you will feel empowered to use your voice with the songs you love to sing. Molly is an especially supportive and encouraging teacher and loves to work with students of all ages and all levels. She is happy to help students with all vocal styles including pop, jazz, rock, music theater, folk, country and Classical. She is a member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing.  She is trained in Somatic Voicework, The LoVetri Method.