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Allison was great with my son, very professional and patient. She was able to make a difference on the first lesson. Great job!Jun 17, 2019Verified
We absolutely love Allison. She is patient, kind and very encouraging. My daughter looks forward to the lessons every week. I would recommend Allison to all my friends.Apr 28, 2015VerifiedAllison Saleh & C'est La Vie Arts's reply
Thank you! Ava is a joy to teach. :-D
Allison did a great job of putting my daughter at ease during her first lesson, she is excited to continue her lessons. Allison is very positive and gives encouraging feedback.Oct 10, 2013Verified
She is fun with my 5 yr old. She keeps my little ones attention and that is hard to do with a 5 yr old. She makes it exciting to come to lessons and my little cant wait till Thursday's to see AllisonMay 27, 2015Verified
So far I am really enjoying working with Allison! She is so kind and clearly has a lot of knowledge on what she is teaching. I highly reccomend hiring her as a vocal coach!Oct 5, 2017Verified
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?30 Min- $30- $120 per month 45 min- $45- $180 per month 60 min- $60- $240 per month
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?The first lesson is about getting to know you, your background, your goals, and then assessing the skills you already have. I also listen for any potential damage or problem spots in the voice. After I have a good feeling about where you are, I have a general plan of where we’re going and how we’re going to get there. The following lessons are about learning and executing various vocal tasks & technique including control of vocal anatomy, breath control, warming up, music reading (if desired), and repertoire work. By the end of your 2nd lesson, you'll know about breath and how to warm up.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Yes! I have my bachelor's degree in Vocal peformance, focusing on opera and classical styles. However I just got certified in teaching Somatic Voicework. This is a 3 class, graduate level vocal pedagogy course focusing on teaching styles such as rock, pop, gospel,jazz, blues, and folk! It enables me to teach in these styles and have the credentials behind my name (Not just my experience) to do it! I'm also finishing up training in the Estill Voice Method and have various voice anatomy classes behind me.