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Whether you're a professional singer or just starting out, I can help. By giving you the skills you need through the Mccloscky Method of Singing, you will be able to strengthen your breathing and your core sound, and stretch your vocal range. I have worked with children readying themselves for competitions and school concerts, adults just wanting to have fun with karaokeing, and professional singers on Broadway. In combination with these techniques, I coach my students in musicality, delivery, characterization, phrasing, and vowel placement to help them deliver their best performance and connect to the joy of singing and sharing the art of making music! I am able to work with any style of singing. My fee is $40/hr. I, myself, am a professional singer who has sung with the NYC Opera, the Seattle Opera, and several off-Broadway shows. I did an opera apprenticeship for 4 years, have a BFA in theater, and received a full scholarship to the Syosset Cultural Arts Center for voice and for musical theater.
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Heather J.Sep 14, 2012Verified
She is amazing and completely professional. She makes you feel comfortable and I have learned alot from her since I started working with her.Aug 19, 2012Verified
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- What types of customers have you worked with?Most of my clients are students and people who are pursuing a career in musical theater and opera. I also have some client who study with me just for fun because music is such an important part of their life. I am vocal technician which means I work on vocal technique like singing on the breath, posture, phonation, and range extension. I also can help with phrasing, song analysis and strengthening your emotional performance.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?1. When looking for a voice teacher you should make sure that the teacher is not doing anything that could hurt your voice and make sure that their technique is one that works for you. 2. It is also important for your to be comfortable with your teacher if you and your teacher do not clique after a few lessons then that might not be the best teacher for you. 3. Last but not least you should not expect to sound like Whitney Houston on your very first lesson. Singer are like athletes they need to train in order to do well in their craft and your vocal chords are like any other muscle you need to exercise it. This takes time so give your lessons at least a month to take hold and remember to practice, practice, practice!