Singing Instruction

Peter Maleitzke Voice Studio

San Francisco, CA

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About Peter Maleitzke Voice Studio

Tue-Thu: 12:00pm-11:00pm
Fri: 12:00pm-10:00pm
Sat: 12:00pm-6:00pm

Study singing with Peter Maleitzke and sing without limitation!

The Peter Maleitzke Voice Studio is now accepting motivated students ready to move to the next level.

We offer classes supported by private lessons in:

- Vocal Technique:

In-depth exploration of the traditional bel canto method as a foundation for the modern singer, drawing on the exercises and vocalize of Vaccai, Marchesi and Lamperti's vocal wisdom.

- Integrated Inner-Life Acting:

Results-oriented method work, focusing on truthful performances, audition technique, and expansive repertoire.

Dare to dream! Peter has the knowledge, experience, and track record to help you live them!

Location

329 Hill Street
San Francisco, CA 94114

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Question and answer

Q. If you were a customer, what do you wish you knew about your trade? Any inside secrets to share?

A. In Vocal Wisdom, Giovanni Lamperti says that you can write on your hand, everything you need to know about singing. If this is true, why does singing seem so complex, great singing almost unattainable, especially when taught by someone who sings quite well? The technique of singing is not complicated. Everyone can learn to do it well. Learning to sing requires muscular and intellectual development on a daily basis. It also requires the guidance of someone who understands how to build a great voice, the importance of nurture and motivation, strong musicianship skills and the ear to correctly access what is happening physically. To be a great artist , is a lifetime journey, and requires the support of family and friends, inspiration from other artists and nature itself, as well as many mentors along the way.

Q. How did you decide to get in your line of work?

A. I have been a musician virtually all of my life: a soprano in the church and later school choirs at the age of 5, playing my grandmothers piano as soon as I could get up on the bench myself and then formal lessons starting when I was seven, accompanying singing lessons and recitals to pay my way through college; music is what I know, it is what I do. Along the way I discovered I was also a good teacher. I enjoy the interaction with my students and watching them grow and manifesting their dreams. Any questions?

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