Voice, piano and violin instructor
B.A. Vocal Performance, Ohio State University
Sadiyah Babatunde, soprano, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Vocal Performance from The Ohio State University in 2022. She was a student of Dr. C. Andrew Blosser. During Sadiyah’s time at OSU, she gained invaluable experience soloing in collegiate choirs and through private lessons. Summer 2019, she served as counselor at Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp, Michigan. Fall 2019, she joined the Columbus Symphony Chorus and was a featured soloist in ‘The American Festival’ singing the choral solos within George Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess. April 2022, she soloed in CSO’s performance of Bach’s St. John Passion.
Sadiyah has gone on to win the OSU Wilson Competition, and OSU Undergraduate/Masters Concerto Competition. May 2022, she claimed second prize in the Senior Voice Division of the Lima Symphony Orchestra’s 60th Annual Young Artists’ Competition. Major concert performances include presenting Mozart’s Requiem with Trinity Lutheran Seminary, Beethoven’s Mass in C with the Firelands Symphony Orchestra, Michael Shirtz’ TO RISE ABOVE: Journey of Tuskegee Airman Harold Brown, John Carter’s Cantata with the OSU Symphony Orchestra, and Josè Garcia’s Requiem with the Bexley HS Symphony and Chorale.
Sadiyah is a vocalist, pianist, and violinist with an extensive performance background as demonstrated above. Beyond her classical voice training, she is a versatile performer with background in contemporary styles ranging from jazz to musical theater. Sadiyah’s teaching methods are best suited to those looking to explore music for the first time and are eager to learn and have fun making music.
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433 Allenby Drive
Marysville, OH 43040
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