Aimee Woods, Director-Magnolia Music Old Town, was recently named a Magnolia Master Teacher. She joined the faculty in 2009 and brings a wealth of teaching and performing experience, more than 12 years of teaching, performing and directing. Aimee participates in educational clinics and masterclasses and is Vice President of the Colorado/Wyoming Chapter of National Association of Teachers of singing.
She has performed professional opera and music theater along the front range including First Lady/The Magic Flute with Loveland Opera Theater and Kaye/The Taffetas with Union Colony Dinner Theater. Aimee earned her Master of Music degree in Vocal Performance from Colorado State University where she performed leading roles with CSU Opera (Countess/Marriage of Figaro, Susannah/Susannah) and received her BM in Vocal Performance from University of Northern Colorado. She is Vice President of National Association of Teachers of Singing and is a certifed CoreSingingTM Teacher, trained by founder Meribeth Dayme.
In addition to teaching at Magnolia Music Studio, Aimee is Adjunct Professor of Voice at Front Range Community College in Fort Collins and Music Director for Fort Collins Children’s Theater. Aimee teaches all ages and styles including classical and contemporary vocal styles. She is sought out as a rock/pop vocal coach, working with several local band singers and singer/songwriters and rock operas. Recent performances include Miss Todd in Menotti’s opera “The Old Maid and the Thief,” Woman 1 in “[sorta] love songs” (MOVE-Magnolia Opera & Vocal Ensemble), and Mrs Potts with Fort Collins Children's Theatre. Aimee and her husband Jeremy live in Loveland, CO with their daughter.