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  • I.M.A
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Bronx, NY
  • Founded in 1983, the Institute for Musical Arts, Inc. (I.M.A.) is an intensive training center for singers. With dramatic soprano Betti McDonald as its Director and Master Teacher, the Institute provides a fertile training ground for artists studying all the vocal genres - opera, oratorio, recital, jazz, pop, and musical theater. The I.M.A. welcomes singers interested in a professional career as well as those whose pursuit of singing is personal. Betti McDonald's is dedicated to physical, psychological, and spiritual healing through the study of singing. These principles, together with her expertise in the use of the vocal and respiratory apparatus