Geralyn Mitchell is a Houston-based musician, vocalist, and teacher who performs in collaborative projects around the area. Her love for music started at a very young age while watching her favorite shows and films on television. Television inspired her to begin her music career, enrolling in her school band and choir programs.
Geralyn has studied at McNeese State University for her Bachelor’s degree in Music Performance, at the University of Texas at El Paso for her Master in Music Performance as well as at Longy School of Music in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She has performed lead roles and Puccini La Rondine, Suor Angelica, and Rimsky-Korsakov’s Snegurochka (The Snow Maiden). She is also very active on the concert stage performing many concerts across the U.S. and has performed with the Houston Ebony Opera Guild during her time in Houston.
Geralyn has been teaching music to children since 2009 and has experience working with special needs children in a classroom setting. She loves any cheerful color that brings a smile to her face, the Japanese pufferfish because it’s nature’s greatest artist under the sea, any soprano and trumpet duet, The Lion King on Broadway, the smell of clean linen, and the sound of rain on a rooftop.