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Teaching voice 
is not a
"one-size-fits-all" endeavor

As a voice teacher, I believe it is my job to recognize and honor each of my students’ unique gifts and challenges: to empower them with a functional, efficient vocal technique that will serve them as they pursue their creative endeavors. My teaching is rooted in a deep and continual study of anatomy and physiology, body mapping, voice repertoire and style, voice science and acoustics, mindfulness, and psychology. I believe it is through my own commitment to lifelong learning that I am able to best serve my students.

I teach voice at the Boston Conservatory at Berklee and the Long School of Music of Bard College. My private voice studio is comprised of singers of a variety of ages and backgrounds, ranging from avocational to pre-professional. Whether they prefer to sing classical music, musical theater, or pop, aspire to the perform on the great stages of the world or just to sing on key in the shower, I am committed to helping my students sing with a greater degree of ease, freedom, and joy. Singing is a profoundly healing endeavor, and I'd love to be part of your journey!

If you are interested in joining my private studio, please reach out to me through my contact page.

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