As a voice instructor, I seek to provide an environment that allows for one's best individual singing voice to unfold and be nurtured, emphasizing the essential fundamentals of musicianship such as phrasing and intonation. I often refer to the Alexander Technique, Dalcroze Eurhythmics, and Libero Canto in my lessons.
MM, Yale University
Featured Soloist with Julliard 415
1st place winner in Opera Lancaster vocal Competition
Our singing voice is the instrument we were each born to play. My goal is to make singing effortless and enjoyable and to help my students build confidence in themselves by developing their instrument. Together we will work on breathing, speaking and vocal exercises, as well as appropriate repertoire, singing with beautiful Italian vowels, free of tension and with emotional purpose.
MM, Indiana University
Resident actress at Metropolitan Opera
Performed at the Carnegie Hall and Notre Dame de Paris
I believe that music should be taught in a holistic manner. The student and teacher should have a relationship whereby the student can grow musically as well as physically, emotionally and intellectually.
MM, Duquesne University
Director, Music Ministry, Faith United Methodist Church
Specializes in K-12 vocal education
After more than 15 years teaching Music, I've learned that Discipline and Perseverance are necessary qualities if you want to learn Music. However, passion for music is the essential key if you really want to make an impact with your performance.
Music Education and Choir Director Degree, Amadeo Roldan Music School
First soprano of the National Choir of Cuba
BM, Conservatory Rotterdam
Voice teacher at Berklee College of Music
Vocal coach for Holland’s Got Talent
My teaching is centered on discipline, love of process, curiosity, and engagement. The skills developed through patient musical studies are widely applicable and transferable to many other areas of life. I hope my students - whatever their professional goals may be - will come to see music not as an isolated subject, but as a way of life.
MM, University of Kansas
Performed as a lead in The Beggar’s Opera, My Fair Lady
Teaches a variety of genres including classical and Broadway music
I strive to engage my students in the learning process catered to their personal goals, desires, and needs. My focus centers around developing musical skills which promote creativity while instilling a life long love of music.
MA in Music Education, SUNY Buffalo, Voice and Piano
Co-director and conductor of Council Rock Elementary District Choir
I use fun and creative teaching methodologies. Learning should be democratic and self-motivated. Everyone can learn to sing if they truly listen and feel the music.
Ed. D, Teachers College, Columbia University
Lecturer at Teachers College, Columbia University
10+ years teaching experience in vocal performance
Real knowledge lasts a lifetime and changes you. Technique is empowering and the anchor that will help you trust yourself. My purpose is to help guide you in combining technique with your individual artistic needs to create the singer you envision yourself to be.
MM, University of California
Music educator at University of California, Santa Barbara
Vocal Artist Supervisor at Chautauqua Institute