Jaimie LaPine, Soprano
Choral Music Educator
Mrs. Jaimie LaPine is a conductor, educator and vocalist with over ten years of experience teaching and performing. After earning a Bachelor’s degree in Music Education from Berklee College of Music, Mrs. LaPine served as the Americorp Public Allies Teaching Fellow in Music and Theater at the Eagle Rock School in Estes Park, Colorado. Mrs. LaPine spent the past five years working for Bridgewater-Raynham Schools where she directed the 4th-8th grade chorus program and taught general music classes.
She is currently pursuing a Master’s of Music Education in Choral Conducting from the Hartt School at the University of Hartford where she works as a teaching assistant for undergraduate conducting and choral methods classes. She studies conducting privately under Dr. Edward Bolkovac, and choral methods with Dr. Julie Hagan. Mrs. LaPine was recently selected as a conductor for Hartford Opera Theater’s “New in November” series, and she will be presenting a session at the upcoming Connecticut Music Educators Association conference entitled “Aural Teaching Perspectives from Europe and Asia”.
In addition to conducting and teaching, Mrs. LaPine enjoys an active performing career. She is a member of the Massachusetts-based Analog Chorale, a “genre-fluid ensemble using multimedia to expand horizons for the choral art.” Their debut album, “Explorers” is available to download on iTunes, and the music video for the title track is coming soon! She also sings across New England with various wedding and party bands.
In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family, crocheting, and collecting and selling vintage Pyrex in her Etsy shop.