Regina Andrade received her musical training in her native Brazil. She also has a BA in Education with specialization in Early Childhood Development and Guidance Counseling. She was the pianist and later the conductor of the “Little Singers of the Hill”, a well-known elementary school choir in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Since moving to the United States in 1989, she has worked as a professional musician with a focus on children’s music. She created a program for children called “Music Time for Tots” which she teaches at three locations in Maryland, besides teaching piano privately.
She sang in the Georgetown Presbyterian Church choir for 18 years until she was invited to be the Music Director for Children's Music, a position she had held since September 2015.