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BM, California State University Los Angeles, Contemporary Vocal Performance AA, Saddleback College, Jazz Vocal
2017 - Studied in my final year with the lead voice coach for "The Voice", Peter P. 2014 - Orange County Saddleback Star First Place Champion Vocalist 2011 - Friends of Jazz Standout Performer Scholarship Winner 2011 - Performed Lauridsen's "Lux Aeterna" at CalState Fullerton in Meng Hall with Orchestra, conducted by Robert Istad
I am a singer-songwriter from Los Angeles. I have a Bachelors of Music in Commercial Vocal Performance from the California State University of Los Angeles. I have studied voice since I was just 15 years old and have taught voice, piano, and composition to my students over the past three years. I can teach a wide variety of vocal stylings including, but not limited to: Pop, Jazz, Contemporary, Musical Theater, Standards, French Repertoire, and Rock.
I was born to French parents in Southern California and I have been writing music for voice and piano since I was just 12 years old. I am currently in the process of recording my first two studio albums and I play my original music around Los Angeles with my band. I am a devoted teacher and my students appreciate my ability to see the very best in them, working patiently and effectively to bring out their full musical potential.
I have been teaching voice, songwriting, and piano since I began college in 2013. I have taught both younger and older students alike, and I tailor my lessons to their needs and wants. I find that every student is unique in their journey with music and I do my very best to help them achieve attainable goals that we have set-up together, taking into account their age and their musical interests. I help my students to grow a love of music and an abundance of skills that will last them a lifetime!
For beginner students, I start with the fundamentals of music and we work our way up to integrating repertoire that they will eventually be able to perform in recitals and shows! I am a very flexible teacher and I understand firsthand that to remain interested in learning music, a student needs to feel included in the choices regarding what they are working on. With that in mind, I like to use both repertoire that a student has brought in, and repertoire that I choose very carefully to suit a particular student's strengths and challenges. For intermediate and advanced students, I listen very carefully to what their goals are and create a practice routine that adheres to what they are working to achieve. I have worked personally with a voice coach who works on "The Voice" and I learned very much about how professionals exercise their voices and add new, challenging songs to their repertoire.
I am a very relaxed teacher - I know that we do our best musical work when we are free from the constraints of judgment. So, I work very hard to create an environment of free artistic expression for my students, where they can feel at liberty to take chances in their music and know that I will be there to encourage them and help them find their way to what it is they aim to achieve musically. I acknowledge my students when they make accomplishments and I offer techniques to help them get where they want to be!
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