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VOICE LESSONS FOR SINGERS WHO WANT TO

BUILD A CONFIDENT AND FLEXIBLE SINGING TECHNIQUE

REDISCOVER THEIR BODY-MIND-VOICE CONNECTION

EMBRACE THEIR AUTHENTIC AND EMBODIED VOICE

 

TEACHING PHILOSOPHY

Singing is magic. Singing transforms unbelievably complex biomechanical coordinations into visceral emotional experiences for both the singer and the listener. Our need to communicate and tell stories is inherently and beautifully human. Every singer who enters the studio has their own stories to share and thus their own unique path to authentic, embodied, and impactful singing. 

It is an incredible honor to be welcomed into a singer’s journey, and I don’t take it lightly. If you are my student, I seek to center you. I teach through a collaborative process that champions your strengths, nourishes your development, and is always in service of your aspirations. 

          As a professional triple-threat performer, I understand the incredible demand placed on performers. To meet my students' diverse needs, I have curated a wide range of tools and tactics from Western Classical, Musical Theater, and CCM Voice Pedagogy, as well as the movement-based voice and speech work of Kristin Linklater, Cathrine Fitzmaurice, and Arthur Lessac. I bring my experience in the triple-threat trenches, my passion for storytelling through song, and my empathetic heart to every lesson, so you too can experience the magic of singing. 

    

 

"To free the voice is to free the person."

Kristin Linklater