• To move,

• to play,

• to sing,

• to live fully and freely in all our human potential.

This is the goal of my work as a singing and Alexander Technique teacher and performer.



Certified Alexander Technique Instructor, Vocal Instructor

A native of Franconia, NH, soprano Victoria Cole is currently Adjunct Lecturer in Voice at Plymouth State University. She made her debut as First Lady in Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte with Tri-Cities Opera in Binghamton New York. She certified at the Alexander Technique Center at Boston Conservatory in the 1600-hour program headed by Debi Adams.  Besides her university teaching, she also teaches voice and Alexander Technique privately, hosts workshops, and is Music Director at South Congregational Church in Concord, New Hampshire. She is an active adjudicating member of NATS and has given presentations on Alexander Technique to the ACDA and NHMEA.

“Let us not look back in anger, nor forward in fear, but around in awareness.”

~ James Thurber

||Still using Alexander Technique in my teacher and singer life every day! Thank you thank you thank you.||

~ E.T., Soprano

||When I noticed that I have this tendency to disconnect from myself, I could let that go. What a difference in my voice!||

~ T.M., Baritone