Wyndy Fredrick founded her vocal studio in Herndon after traveling the globe with her family for 25 years (courtesy of the US Navy). Wyndy has served as the musical, choral, and vocal director for many shows with the Sterling Playmakers community theatre including Brigadoon, Oklahoma!, Into the Woods, Aladin, and Oliver. She has worked at numerous schools as a music teacher to preschool and elementary-aged students and was employed as a substitute teacher for all music disciplines in the Virginia Beach school system. She has also directed a children’s choir. Wyndy is a member of her church’s adult choir and the director of the hand bell choir. Music is a family affair for the Fredrick’s. All four of Wyndy’s children play instruments, and her husband sings in a premier group and performs on stage. Her three young granddaughters are already dancing and singing! Although she plays many instruments (piano, guitar, trumpet, bells, chimes, and flute), singing is Wyndy’s favorite!
- “My son took two consecutive classes with Wyndy. She was a wonderful instructor! He really enjoyed singing. Wyndy made sure of each students’ interests and willingness to present themselves in front of audiences. Overall I highly recommend Wyndy to teach in Compass Classes. Taking her class will emphasize discipline, determination, achievement, group work, and basic anatomy of body and posture.” -K.B. (Reston, VA)