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Popular Broadway Singing Teachers Near Brooklyn

Elise J.

New York, NY
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Chris P.

Brooklyn, NY
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Nina R.

New York, NY
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Elise J. New York, NY

Subjects Taught

Acting, Broadway Singing, Music Theory, Opera Voice, Singing

About Me

Hello! Thank you for stumbling across my profile. I offer voice lessons in multiple genres to students of all ages! In addition to teaching privately, I have worked on developing curriculum for and teaching an after school music and theater class for under-served high school students in the Bronx. As an experienced nanny, I am very comfortable with and love working with young children!

As a soprano trained at the Manhattan School of Music and McGill University, I have had the great pleasure of working with leading teachers and directors in the opera world. I have performed in various venues on the east coast including NYC's Lincoln Center, and the Brevard Music Center in North Carolina.

Throughout my performance career, teaching has always brought me great joy! I look forward to meeting you and getting started!

*** Lesson Details ***
Whatever your goals may be, I am here to help you reach them and have a great time along the way! I believe that with a solid and healthy vocal technique, the sky is the limit! My lessons are highly individualized. At our first meeting, we will discuss what you would like to accomplish in the coming months. Maybe you want to land the lead in your school musical, maybe you want to get accepted into your dream conservatory, or maybe you simply want to learn more about the art of singing!

With a strong background in opera, I will spend a lot of time teaching the importance of breath support and proper placement of the voice. Together, we will choose appropriate repertoire that will help you grow as a singer, and that you love! There is such a wealth of vocal music in this world, there is no reason to sing any piece that you don't absolutely love!

I am also available to teach basic sight singing and music theory, and for audition consultation.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Upright piano in living room

*** Specialties ***
I specialize in teaching classical voice, as my primary training is in opera. I have spent two summers studying the Bel Canto method in Italy and use this as I teach.

Chris P. Brooklyn, NY

Subjects Taught

Acting, Broadway Singing, Music Theory, Opera Voice, Singing

About Me

Hi! Welcome to Take Lessons! Let me start off by saying that I love to teach singing and acting!! I specialize in teaching students from teens to adults but love teaching younger children as well. There is no better feeling than to see a student grow and better themselves artistically and personally. In addition to teaching singing and acting for over 10 years I have performed in numerous Broadway shows and National Tours throughout the US and Canada. I am presently a working actor. I received my education from the University of Michigan's School of Music. Whether you are a first time singer/actor or an established professional I love students who are excited to absorb new ideas and attempt to grow in ways they hadn't thought possible.

*** Lesson Details ***
Lessons are unique to each individual. I tend to cater my lesson plan to each students goals, experience, and age. I believe that there is no one way to teach or one way to learn. Trying numerous exercises and coming up with creative ways to help students assimilate new material and concepts is a core part of my teaching philosophy. Above all learning should be fun and exciting. I will do my best to create a safe open atmosphere where a student of any age level can succeed in achieving their learning goals.

Musical Theatre is my passion and my forte, however in order to teach singing or acting proper technique must be established.

*** Studio Equipment ***
living area open space seating for parents, Keyboard

*** Specialties ***
Musical Theatre, Shakespeare,

Nina R. New York, NY

Subjects Taught

Broadway Singing, Opera Voice, Piano, Singing

About Me

Heralded as "the kind of Despina one hopes for: diminutive, agile and with just the right clear, slender soprano voice." -(NY Times) Nina performed the above role from Cosi Fan Tutte with The Martina Arroyo Foundation. She recently made her Carnegie Hall debut at the Weill Recital Hall with the New York Lyric Opera theater. Nina has performed with Center City Opera Theater, Dell'Arte Opera, Chelsea Opera, Opera Company of Brooklyn and Project Opera of Manhattan. Nina was invited to perform scenes with the Minato Mirai Opera's Co-repertory workshop at the Minato Mirai Hall in Yokohama, Japan in March '08 and January '09.
Outreach experiences include performing the role of Fifi Alsace-Lorraine from the original production of Queen Kong, as well as the role of Hope from the Musical Theater show All That Glitters. Both of these shows were shown in Public Schools around New York city to educate children about music. Nina recently portrayed Gauchito in "Gauchito and the Pony" with the Queens Symphony Orchestra at the Kupferberg Center, Queens College, to educate children about Latin America through music. Her voice can be heard on the award winning film Cherry Bloom (2006, UVphactory, dir. Alexandre Moors) which was shown in various renowned film festivals across the U.S. She has performed professionally at Avery Fisher Hall with the National Chorale, and participated in the chorus of Pergolesi's Stabat Mater in the Isaac Stern Auditorium at Carnegie Hall. Nina has also performed in various venues in Italy, including the Basilica of St Francis with the Assisi Music Festival.
Nina received her BM and MM at the Manhattan School of Music. She has been an active teacher in the New York area for several years. Nina has also been a guest Artist at both the Yokohama International School and the Sacred Heart International School in Japan where she gave a master class to their Show Choir and High School Choir. Nina has had the honor of performing the National Anthem for the Memorial Day Parade in Chappaqua. She has had students of all ages in voice and piano, and has a passion for teaching. Voice students have ranged from beginners, to advanced classical, musical theater, and rock singers looking to learn how to sing with a healthy technique.

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Depending on age, and level, I am able to mold the student. If it is a child of 6- 12 voice student, I keep it fun, but also teach pitch, if there are pitch problems, breathing, and how to use vowels and diction to make the singing smoother and easier. The older the student, I adjust on how much more detailed I can be. Repertoire also varies depending on the age and what the student is interested in. If the student is purely interested in technique, I let the student choose a song and we work on warm ups and how to apply the warm ups to the song. With Piano students, I am strict, but not mean. I am understanding if the student is stressed out, and will not push too hard. After 3-6 months, voice students usually can sing songs easier with a freer sound, knowing better how to approach high notes, and building their repertoire. Beginner piano students should have learned how to read C position and possibly G position, rhythm and notes.

*** Studio Equipment ***
weighted keyboard, sustain pedal, music stand

*** Travel Equipment ***
I have sheet music but I also expect them to have copies or bring their own music that they want to study.

*** Specialties ***
I specialize in classical voice, Broadway, and pop singing. I can do any style because I focus on healthy technique. My main singing is classical, but I also sing different styles. For piano, I teach beginners piano.

Heather W.

Franklin Square, NY
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Justin R.

New York, NY
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Nicole M.

East Elmhurst, NY
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Heather W. Franklin Square, NY

Subjects Taught

Acting, Broadway Singing, Music Performance, Music Theory, Opera Voice, Piano, Singing

About Me

Heather W. is a soprano from Southern California. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Music: Vocal Performance from the University of California: Irvine.
She has been involved with music and performance since childhood, taking part in numerous solo, choral, orchestral, dance, and theatre opportunities.
She has performed in many operas including lead roles in Gian Carlo Menotti’s “The Old Maidand the Thief”, Engelbert Humperdinck’s “Hansel and Gretel”, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s “Die Zauberflöte”, and Gilbert and Sullivan’s “Trial by Jury”. She has also performed in many recitals and music festivals around the globe including the distinguished Amalfi Coast Music Festival in Naples, Italy.
Heather has also starred in many musical theatre productions, playing title roles in Cole Porter’s “Anything Goes”, and “Beauty and the Beast”.

*** Lesson Details ***
Music has always been my passion, and I strives to inspire students to have the same positive experiences in learning and performing music. I believe the best learning and instruction comes when the student is comfortable and having fun with their instrument, which is why I endeavors to create a balanced learning environment based on individual student needs.

Lessons with me are structured with the student in mind. Active communication between the students and myself is encouraged to best discern goals and styles the student wants to learn. Curriculum is similarly based on student's interests and goals. No two students will have the exact same curriculum or lesson plan, although there may be similarities in materials used.

Voice Lessons:
Voice lessons with me are structured around the genre that the student wishes to pursue, although all vocal lessons will focus on learning and maintaining a healthy, manageable technique.

In addition to vocal technique students interested in pursuing a classical style of singing will be instructed in diction (Italian, German, French, Latin), aural skills, classical nuance, sight-singing, basic piano skills (depending on ability and need), and performance.

Musical Theatre:
In addition to vocal technique, students interested in musical theatre will also study diction (English for singers), theatrical nuance, performance style, and character voices while learning to maintain a healthy instrument.

In addition to vocal technique, students studying jazz will focus heavily on aural and improvisation skills, style, and performance.

I teach piano on the beginning and intermediate level. I makes use of many different books and programs to create a curriculum best suited for the individual student. Student input is welcome for choosing genres of repertoire.

*** Travel Equipment ***
I expect students who are taking piano lessons to have a working keyboard or piano. For vocal students, it would be great if they had a keyboard or piano for their lessons, but I am able to bring one to the house if necessary. I also like for my vocal students, if possible, to have a recording device so they may record their lessons and listen to them in their practice.

*** Specialties ***
I specialize in the performance of operatic singing and performance, but have vast experience singing and teaching in different styles including musical theatre, pop, jazz, etc. I sing in German, Italian, French, English, and Latin, and am prepared to teach singers proper diction and techniques for singing in those languages. I am a believer in teaching singers how to sing freely without tension or restraint in order to find their own voice and better their musical instrument while studying challenging repertoire that will help them meet their goals.

Justin R. New York, NY

Subjects Taught

Acting, Broadway Singing, Meisner Technique, Music Performance, Music Theory, Opera Voice, Piano, Singing, Speaking Voice, Theater Acting

About Me

My name is Justin Dwight R. and I was born in Kansas, where I inherited my southern charm, but later relocated and grew up in Philadelphia, where I earned my big-city wit and ambitious personality.

I grew up with a loving mother who had a strong passion for music and the arts. I remember her teaching me piano and singing as I was growing up. She was always my biggest fan and she now tells me stories of how I would sing in the car and "write my own songs" (I personally don't believe walking around singing about bubbles is a masterpiece, but she did).

As I grew up, my singing flourished throughout high school. Singing in the halls (distractingly) led me to detention, but it also landed me in front of my high school choir director who thought I had some potential. With his help, and less time singing in the hallway, I learned how to use sing properly and became a musician. I broke many records and even created some of my own! I became nationally ranked for All-State, All-Eastern, and All-National Choirs, toured with major composers for Master Classes, traveled the United States as a vocalist, and did all this whilst humbly climbing my way up in the theater world by taking part in any production I could be a part of!

As college drew near, I decided that there was only one place for me to go, Westminster Choir College for Music Education where I studied with some of the nation’s top instructors and musicians. The education I received there was invaluable and I will cherish the lessons I learned there for the rest of my life. Yet I still yearned for more, something bigger to do with my life, so I thought, "Why not New York City?”. I moved to New York to not only continue my studies in music, but also because I wanted to fuse my love for Music Education with my love for theater. In order to accomplish this, I chose to study Theater Performance at the American Music and Dramatic Academy. There I honed my skills amongst some of the greatest Broadway and Shakespearean professionals and made the most out of my time there.

With my education under my belt, I stepped out into the crazy world of theater in NYC. I wanted to use my Music Education background and personal experience to train students who wanted to learn and excel in Broadway and the Performing Arts. I have always wanted to be a coach and help others achieve their dreams and aspirations. My own dream was always to be a teacher, and I'm so fortunate to be teaching in a one-on-one format. To see my students smile, and ultimately succeed brings so much joy into my life. I wake up every day knowing that I'm doing what I love.

Let’s make dreams happen,
Justin D. R.

Nicole M. East Elmhurst, NY

Subjects Taught

Acting, Arithmetic, Basic Math, Broadway Singing, Clarinet, Elementary Math, English, Improv Acting, Math, Music Performance, Music Theory, Phonics, Piano, Reading, Singing, Speaking Voice, Theater Acting

About Me

Nicole recently moved to NY from South Florida. She attended Florida School of the Arts as a musical theatre major. She was a member of Alpha Psi Omega-theatre honor society and earned her Associates degree in April 2008, later continuing at Florida Atlantic University. Nicole graduated with her undergraduate degree in August 2010.

Favorite roles include: Shirley Markowitz/Old Lady in The Producers at the Tamarac Theatre, Jan in Grease at The Lakeworth Playhouse, and Spinster/Southern Lady in Lucky Stiff at Florida School of The Arts.

She teaches drama, musical theatre and private voice to students of all ages. Nicole has also had the privilege to adjudicate local high school thespian competitions. She is a proud member of the Theatre League of South Florida.

Currently, she is attending graduate school for theatre education at Adelphi University.

*** Specialties ***
Musical Theatre

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