New York City based singer and educator, Roaine Fine, discovered her love for music by composing pieces on the piano at an early age.  Her passion for music and teaching has sparked children of all ages and their parents to sing, boogie, and bop! 

Roaine’s talents and growing popularity inspired her to create unique classes for babies, toddlers, and young children: Itty Bitty Boppers!  These educational classes incorporate her vast knowledge of child development with Dalcroze, Orff, and Kodály principles.  Kids love hearing her cheerful voice and the ukulele as she uses songs, games, dancing, and body percussion to create lively, fun classes!  She believes that music can heal, inspire, and motivate students of all ages, contributing to their social, emotional, and intellectual development.


Roaine Fine received her Bachelor’s degree in both Special Education and General Education from New York University and her Master’s degree in Music Education from Hunter College. She has former experience teaching music and special education in the New York City Department of Education.  She provides music enrichment to children with autism at the Manhattan Behavioral Center and is a children’s choral director for The New York Pops.   She has an extensive background in music as a jazz vocalist, pianist, and choral and early childhood music teacher.  

Roaine is currently a vocalist in the a capella group, Soho Voces, and has sung in venues throughout New York City alongside top R&B, Pop, and Jazz artists.