Maybe you're an actor who wants to learn how to project and sustain your voice. Or maybe you enjoy singing in the shower for fun. Perhaps you are trying to learn that special song to sing at your wedding or you want to impress yourself by singing a song by a folk or pop singer you admire.
If you are an adult in the New York City area with little formal training in music or have always wanted to try singing lessons, I offer extremely affordable voice lessons. With more than ten years studying voice and music, I continue to study privately with reputable coaches in the New York City area and would love to help you start off your journey in music.
My classes are not intimidating and are truly for everyone: during the course of your lesson, we will cover breath control and techniques, vocal exercises and warm ups and proper alignment. For each segment, I will provide resources to help you continue your study of voice when not in class.
All first-timers will be given my EP for free and some vocal exercises as well... :)
Here's a video I made of tips to prepare your voice for a performance:
134 West 29th Street
New York, NY
My classes are not intimidating and are truly for everyone: during the course of your lesson, we will cover breath control and techniques, vocal exercises and warm ups, and proper alignment. For each segment, I will provide resources to help you continue your study of voice when not in class.Please note the last day to sign up for this workshop is Thursday, August 22 in order to book the room. Thanks!
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm EDTAdd to Cal
Stephanie is a classically trained vocalist with more than 12 years of professional vocal training. At the age of 11, she recorded her first demo and wrote an accompanying 9 page letter, which she then sent to Shakira (her then-idol's) label. From that moment on, Stephanie dedicated herself to learning about music and singing. She received her pre-conservatory training at LaGuardia Arts High School and the Manhattan Summer Arts Institute, where she participated in a number of productions. After high school, Stephanie continued to study privately and performed in college. She has been a featured vocalist at several benefit concerts for nonprofits such as CACF, Citywide Youth Opera and New York Open Center.