I am a local full-time singing teacher with over 45 years experience. I teach singing. I've worked with eight-year-olds through senior citizens. Whatever you want to sing, I'll help that happen. I've had students go on to opera companies. I've had students front heavy alternative bands. I've had students appear in successful New York city productions. I've had students follow a singer-songwriter acoustic guitar career. I've worked many a successful jazz singer. I've helped some voices reverse the damage from years of abusive singing. I've had classical singers get their technique started before careers in major music schools. I don't impose my musical taste on a student; I help to bring out that student's musicianship in the safest, most bio-mechanically sound way possible for the individual's instrument.
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Sometimes I have even helped students learn to match pitch and sing in tune.
Teaching is what I do. I have a passion for it. I don't teach on the side so I can financially support a singing career. I teach so I can teach. I've published, repeatedly, on voice pedagogy, and I've given workshops for professional voice pedagogues both across the country and internationally. I've presented before the National Association of Teachers of Singing, at the International Congress of Voice Teachers, at the Royal Conservatory of Music, and for the annual symposium of the Voice Foundation. So, no, I'm not a dilettante.
Lessons are a fifty-minute hour, scheduled weekly, at established times, at fifteen minutes after the hour (xx:15) between 10:15 am and 8:15 pm (per a clause in my studio lease). I do not teach on Mondays. Changes in scheduled time can occasionally be made to accommodate conflicts that may occur.
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THE PRODUCT IS NOT THE GOAL.
Let the process deliver when mastery is achieved.
Oh, and yes, before you ask: Lessons are $60 per session.
There is a 20% discount for public school and matriculated students
($48 per session).