Voice Lessons for Kids

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I am a New York City based voice teacher just for kids!
Working with and empowering young performers has long been a passion of mine.
Nothing brings me more joy than to see the light bulb moment in my students.
I want to help your little star to find their voice, reach their goals, gain bucket-fulls of confidence, and sing their hearts out.
About Me
I am a professional musical theater actress, NYU graduate, seasoned NYC nanny that is passionate about the singing voice. I began teaching voice in 2010 at Children's Musical Theater San Jose. I have studied the voice for the past ten years, advancing my study when I attended NYU Tisch School of the Arts and trained with the incredible Tyley Ross. During my time at school, I started my career working as a professional actress. In the spring of senior year, I was cast as Phoebe in the first national tour of the Tony Award Winning musical A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder. I have also performed in venues all over New York City and the world, including a concert tour of Disney music all across Japan. The voice has been my greatest passion for as long as I can remember, and I can't imagine anything better than sharing that passion with young folks.
My Approach
I will meet your young singer where they are and help them to find the tools they need to feel confident in the songs they love to sing. My goal is to give them a strong understanding of healthy breath support, train the mechanics of the voice through vocal exercises, and to map out vocal strategies to be used throughout a song. I want my students to feel confident in their abilities and to be excited to share their voice with the world.
I can come to you! Or we can meet in a studio convenient to you. My lessons are an hour long. We will set goals for the lesson, do an in depth warm up, and tackle whatever repertoire your child feels passionate about.

Let's get singing!


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