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Choate Rosemary Hall, Vocal Performance Major BFA, New York University, Drama 2014 Evening Division, Julliard School of Music
2013 - 2015 - Sang with the Oratory of St. Boniface Choir
I'm a dedicated singer and lifelong lover of voice, concerned with how the healthy body creates dynamic sound regardless of genre. My teaching technique is based in the idea that all healthy sound is generated from a coordinated and healthy instrument, and my lessons are based around that concept. Graduated from New York University in 2014, my experience includes a wide range of styles and sounds from Pop to Opera to Musical Theatre. I currently work part time as a voice over artist with Access Talent and have sung as a soloist as well as in choirs and cabarets around New York City, Westchester and New Jersey.
I began teaching part time in September of 2015 with a handful of private students in Midtown Manhattan. This has since grown and I have worked with experience levels ranging from never-before-sung to moderately advanced students. Since the technique I utilize is based in creating healthy sound, it can be applied everywhere: the emphasis of relaxing and expanding one's body-awareness makes it applicable to everyone including those who have been studying for years, or are even choosing to continue study with another teacher simultaneously.
My mission is to help each student create a healthy sound rooted in the body, which, coupled with a solid breathing technique, creates an easy, effortless and dynamic tone. From the very first lesson, I teach a fudamental warm-up that addresses the physical, breathing and vocal, and which the student can use for the rest of their singing career. Once that's in place, I spend the remaining time tailoring the lesson itself to the individual student's needs; this may be focusing on breathing one day, while focusing on resonating the next.
The foundation of any good technique is the most important aspect of maintaining that technique in a healthy way; similar to a dancer practicing at the bar each day, I encourage my students to internalize the foundational warm-ups first, upon which we'll build the rest of the vocal practice. Students are also encouraged to go at their own pace, and bring in any material that inspires them - the best singing is done when it's enjoyable! I tailor my lessons to best support each student, and we work together each lesson to address their individual needs.
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