Lea is a Boston-based singer, music director, vocal arranger, and voice teacher. She is currently pursuing an M.M. in Vocal Studies at Longy School of Music of Bard College. She was awarded the Ensign Darling Vocal Fellowship at the Bushnell Center for the Arts before earning a B.A. in Vocal Performance with Honors in Music from Skidmore College. She is a classically trained mezzo-soprano with professional experience singing opera and art song, musical theatre, pop, funk, and post-tonal pieces/new compositions. She has worked with Coro Allegro, Et Al. (formerly The Brookline Consort), Greater Boston Stage Company, ACJW Carnegie Hall Fellowship, Harvard Pro Musica, The Performing Arts Connection, Clouds and a Waffle Productions, Songful Artists, and Boston Children's Theatre. She is also a sought-after private voice coach and teaching artist, working with students and groups of all ages and experience levels. She is hard-working, diligent, and exceedingly passionate and is fast building a reputation of excellence as a choral singer, music director, conductor, and creative collaborator.