Mrs. Angelica Brooks is a decorated choral director and music educator. Mrs. Brooks served as a K-12 public school music educator for 13 years and developed a reputation for building strong choral programs and advanced singing musicians. She has been honored to serve her professional community as a guest conductor, festival adjudicator, mentor teacher, curriculum writer, and professional development presenter on topics of diversity, equity, and inclusion in music education.
Mrs. Brooks has earned recognition for her efforts in music leadership and education as she was a 2015 GRAMMY Music Educator of the Year Semifinalist. In 2019, she was awarded a Leadership in Education award from Bowie State University and named Prince George’s County Public Schools’ Teacher of the Year. Most recently she was named Maryland Music Educators Associations’ Outstanding Music Educator for 2021.
Mrs. Brooks received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Vocal Performance at Bowie State University and Masters of Music in Vocal Pedagogy from The Catholic University of America. Mrs. Brooks is currently pursuing her DMA in Music Teaching and Learning at the University of Southern California.
Music Education Program Design & Management
Doctor of Musical Arts in Music Teaching and Learning — University of Southern California (In process)
Masters of Music in Vocal Pedagogy — The Catholic University of America
Bachelor of Arts in Vocal Performance — Bowie State University