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Acting, Audition Prep, Classical Voice, Jazz Voice, Musical Theater, Music Performance, Opera Voice, Singing, Speaking Voice, Spoken Word
Karin H. – Mezzo – Soprano
Karin H. holds a Bachelor of Music from The Juilliard School and a Master’s degree from the Curtis Institute of Music. She has been a member of the Pittsburgh Opera Young artist training program, singing the roles of Sesto ("La Clamenza di Tito"), Jenny ("Threepenny Opera") Ottavia ("L’Incoronazione di Poppea") and Carmen ("La Tragedie de Carmen"). She has also appeared with the Pittsburgh Opera as the Page ("Salome"), Alisa ("Lucia di Lammermmor") and Suzuki ("Madama Butterfly").
Ms. H. has sung the role of Zerlina ("Don Giovanni") at the Kiev Opera, Miss Jessel ("The Turn of the Screw") at the Chautauqua Institute and Hansel in the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra production of "Hansel und Gretel." With the Israeli Opera she sang the roles of KuchtŪk ("Rusalka"), Madelena ("Il Viaggio a Reims"), Curra ("La Forza del Destino"),Innkeeper’s Wife (“The cunning Little Vixen” ,) in the world premiere of Gil Shohat’s “The Child Dreams and the Third Lady in the “Magic Flute”.
Karin is a member of the Avant Gard opera group “Opera Camera” with which she sang the roles of Mr. Smith (“The Bald Soprano”) and Etroga (“The Crook”) all directed by Daniel Ehrlich.
Karin participated in the performance piece “Cabaret Macbeh” as part of the “Nisuy Kelim #8” festival in Tel Aviv.
Recently she took part in Yoav Gal’s 3WEEK OPERA staged reading in New York City.
Karin H. is a recipient of the Baroch Grabov prize for exceptional emerging talent, scholarships from IVAI, as well as other numerous prizes and scholarships.
*** Travel Equipment ***
Piano or Keyboard.
*** Specialties ***
Opera, Classical, Broadway, pop
Audition Prep, Broadway Singing, Choir, Classical Voice, Musical Theater, Music Performance, Music Theory, Opera Voice, Singing, Vocal Training
All of my past experiences lead into my real passion: Teaching. Whether it's conducting throughout Europe or singing as featured soloist with the Stuttgart Symphony Orchestra and Oregon Symphony, I use past experience to teach students about musical and healthy singing techniques. I am currently a Doctoral candidate at UNLV. I am excited to incorporate new instructional techniques into my teaching that I learned from conventions and coursework.
Most of all, I believe that singing should be a fun expression of yourself. It should be an outlet for creation no matter the skill or age level of the singer.
I hold a Master of Education degree from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas where I specialized in Secondary Vocal Music. I obtained my Bachelor of Arts degree in Music (Vocal Performance and Choral Conducting) from Oregon State University. I am an active choral director and singer in the Las Vegas Valley and sing opera semi-professionally.
*** Lesson Details ***
Breathing is the key to singing and speaking. After a few months in my studio, a student will know how to sing healthfully and on the breath. If a student wants to focus on more popular styles like rock, pop, or country, I can instruct you on the best ways to maintain vocal health and increase the power, range and agility of your voice. If a student wants to sing in one of the major Classical languages (Italian, German, or French) I have extensive training in the pronunciation of each.
I have taught singer/songwriters how to convey their creative images. I have also taught adult singers how to contribute more of their own sound to their community or church choirs. All doors are open for a healthful singer!
*** Studio Equipment ***
extra room with piano, recording equipment, seating
*** Travel Equipment ***
All a student would need is a piano or keyboard.
*** Specialties ***
Classical and operatic voice, popular genres including Rock, Pop, and Broadway.
Acoustic Guitar, Acting, Audition Prep, Broadway Singing, Classical Voice, Country Singing, Gospel Singing, Guitar, Improv Acting, Musical Theater, Music Performance, Singing, Songwriting, Speaking Voice, Theater Acting
I have been active in the entertainment industry since the age of 12, when I gave my first professional performance. Prior to that I was already being introduced to music with years of guitar, and then vocal instruction. I do not remember a time of my life when I was not singing somewhere; in the house, in the yard, in the classroom. That is perhaps why I identify so well with the young people who gather so much enjoyment from "just singing" at every opportunity. I studied professionally for over 10 years with renown soprano and voice teacher Sylvia Jensen, who was instrumental in the enhancement of my vocal knowledge and technique. She is now the Director of Education for the Miss Ohio pageants of the Miss America competitions, elevating many young ladies to the national spotlight. At age 14, I auditioned for, and was added to cast of a network television variety program, "The Gene Carroll Show", that was a television institution for over 30 years in the Midwest. I was a featured performer on that program for over 7 years, all the while perfecting the art of "playing to a camera." This experience was invaluable, and the knowledge I gathered is now included in my curriculum. I also began performing a solo act in the nightclub circuit at the age of 15, performing up and down the "north coast" from Cleveland, OH, (my home), to Erie. PA. At a very young age, I learned the difficult art of choosing musical material and pacing a show; also adapting to performing under a myriad of conditions with a vast array of musical accompaniment. After graduating college with a degree in Business Administration and Marketing, I assembled my own band, and took to the road. That experience eventually brought the act to Las Vegas in 1982. Over the years my show has been a staple in major casino cabarets in Las Vegas, and all over Nevada. Since my first engagement at The Landmark Hotel in the early 1980's, I have literally been up and down the famed Las Vegas Strip many times over. The Desert Inn, The Dunes, The Stardust, The Maxim, The Tropicana, New York New York, Mandalay Bay, MGM, Bally's, The Flamingo, The Imperial Palace, The Four Queens, The Golden Nugget, The Fremont, The Venetian, The Palazzo, and a three year engagement at The Riviera. My show is truly comprised of musical variety; classics, show tunes, jazz, rock, blues, r&b, country. Even a presentation of "Music of the Night" from Phantom of the Opera, that I perform in full costume. It is this ability to successfully deliver an extensive repertoire that I am enthusiastic about passing along to the next generation of entertainers.
I have been truly blessed in my career to have experienced so many highlights; too many to document. From winning an understudy roll in the Broadway Musical "Platinum" starring Hollywood actress Alexis Smith, to performing our National Anthem at events ranging from Major League Baseball to ESPN Boxing to receptions for major dignitaries, to recording 7 albums and a full-length video, to being asked to perform for Mr. Frank Sinatra at the Frank Sinatra Celebrity Golf Tournament, I have lived a full life on stage, learning and absorbing every bit of knowledge gathered along the way.
Now it is my desire to escalate my status as an educator to a more "one on one" experience; availing myself the opportunity to pass along that wealth of knowledge to individual students who aspire to enjoy the entertainment profession as I have, providing them with the skills needed to successfully compete. Or, should it be their choice not to pursue entertainment as a vocation, to gain a working understanding of all facets of their instrument so as to gain a better appreciation of music. Whatever the goal of the student, I feel that I am equipped to provide them with the tools needed to achieve that goal.
*** Lesson Details ***
Content of Sessions
Generally, the first 10-15 minutes of each lesson will be focused on vocal warm up and exercise. (For guitar students, we will review the previous
week's assignment). For Vocal Students, it is understood that the voice mechanism is made up of muscles, and as an athlete prepares for a sporting event, a singer must prepare to vocalize. It is at this time in our lesson when the student will develop good habits of voice maintenance, which will serve them well throughout their careers. The proper care and preservation of the vocal unit cannot be stressed enough, especially for pubescent and pre-pubescent students. Vocal chords in a developmental stage are most susceptible to damage, and because they are particularly sensitive, they must be handled with care. Our warm up regimen is designed to strengthen as well as preserve the singing voice.
I am not an advocate of getting too involved and "bogged down" in the technical aspects of singing, especially with the young students, and
especially early in our program. This is not to say that breath control, tonality, pitch, etc. are not vital to good singing, because these workings are ESSENTIAL, and their application will certainly be incorporated into our studies. Some instructors, on occasion, have a tendency to lose sight of the fact that much to do with singing happens "naturally", and too much focus on the "technical" can actually be inhibiting. This can alter a beautiful, natural tone into one that is unnatural and contrived.
I adhere to the philosophy that above all else, SINGERS WANT TO SING SONGS, and musicians-in-training want to play music. That is our focus, and all of our training is conceived with that objective in mind. All the technical knowledge and coaching serves no purpose without practical application. It is my belief that the most significant progress occurs when a vocalist is singing a song.
Nearly every element of instruction can be utilized in the performance of one song. This is why the majority of our session time will be spent "in song". For the very young student, we will concentrate our efforts with the students choices of favorite and familiar songs. The older students will undoubtedly have favorite songs, styles and artists. Special attention will be paid to the genre most enjoyed by the student, but diversity will be emphasized as well, and a variety of genres will be unpacked and explored. I believe that whatever a student's musical goals and aspirations, it is in their best interest to gain knowledge and insight in all facets of music, singing, and performance.
The most vital pre-requisite for any student is their enthusiasm. My ambition will be to harness that enthusiasm and channel it productively through stimulating instruction. Our sessions will be informative and educational, but always predicated upon "having fun with music".
I am proud to feature a curriculum that emphasizes the entertainment aspect of singing as well as the technical; created to benefit all ages and experience levels, from beginner to seasoned professional. After just weeks of my "Triple Threat Training" a student will begin to see astounding results: vocally, musically, and in the art of performance. I am excited to share my knowledge with you. Let's get started!
*** Studio Equipment ***
My studio is equipped with a full vocal sound system with microphones that I utilize to teach the valuable art of mic technique. Young students enjoy using the mics and hearing themselves sing and perform. Since our lessons are predicated on enjoying the art of singing, this opportunity has proven invaluable. For the advanced performer, studying all aspects of amplification and what a singer should know about their stage sound is a part of our educational curriculum. My studio is furnished with the equipment that is essential to mastering that knowledge.
Since the practical aspect of my course is based on singing songs, I provide all the latest technology required to allow my students the opportunity to sing the songs of their choosing, with and without the lead vocal tracks. I feel that when students are singing their favorite songs, it offers me the greatest teaching opportunities. I make certain the every musical genre can be represented, and feel I have the knowledge and ability to guide the student is whatever their musical tastes. My studio is also equipped with piano (for vocal exercises), and guitars, which gives me opportunity to accompany my students when the musical moment is appropriate. Be assured that all the technology I need to fulfill the educational needs of my students is but a step away!!
Music Performance, Music Theory, Singing, Speaking Voice
My name is Chau and I am a transplant from Australia who has resided in Las Vegas for the last 10 years. I have a Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Western Sydney and University of Nevada, Las Vegas, majoring in vocal performance and music technology. I am a wife to the best husband and a mother to three fabulous girls. I've been teaching voice for over 12 years and have loved every minute of it because I truly care about my craft and more importantly, my students and their creative goals. I was a Music Specialist at Merryhill School in Las Vegas, teaching K-8th Grade, until I became pregnant with my middle child. I've also worked in church worship teams for the past 15 years, both in Australia (Sydney and Brisbane) and Las Vegas, Nevada. My faith dictates the way I live my life and as a young child, my dad taught me to always strive for excellence in all that I do. This mentality has undoubtedly motivated my teaching career. My students can count on a teacher who is prepared and creative in developing a learning experience that will exponentially ‚¬Ä¬úgrow‚¬Ä¬Ě them in their creative field.
I inherited my love for singing from my Mum -- as a child I watched her perform and wished that I could one day do the same. At the age of 15, after auditioning, I was selected to be a part of the New South Wales Senior (High School) State Choir and as a result, I toured the USA in 1999 representing the Australian Embassy in the United States. This was around the same time that I caught ‚¬Ä¬úthe bug‚¬Ä¬Ě and decided to pursue music as a career. I then went on to study music, first briefly at the Music Conservatorium in Sydney and then finishing my Bachelor‚¬Ä¬ôs degree in Music at the University of Western Sydney. I was first classically trained vocally and with that background, moved onto more contemporary vocal styles. After marrying my husband, I moved to Las Vegas and began to study Counseling/Psychology at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Music and Counseling, to me, made the perfect marriage as I love music and love people equally. Needless to say, teaching music and helping people has made my life very fulfilling.
*** Studio Equipment ***
Sitting area for Parents/Guardian
I will provide students with the necessary materials needed for instruction for e.g. Books, CDs, DVDs...etc
*** Specialties ***
I specialize in vocal techniques, and diaphragm/breathing techniques.
As far as style or genre are concerned, I use both, my experience in classical voice training and contemporary voice training, to keep my students engaged in their craft. I listen well to my student‚¬Ä¬ôs needs and meet them where they are at, ensuring that I meet their creative goals and not my own.
Audition Prep, Ballet, Ballroom Dance, Choir, Choreography, Classical Voice, Composition, Dance, Dance Choreography, Ear Training, Musical Theater, Music Performance, Music Theory, Opera Voice, Singing, Speaking Voice, Stage Performance, Vocal Training, Voice Acting
Mary A. holds a BA in Vocal Performance and a minor in Dance and Choreography from Virginia Commonwealth University. In her career, she has performed such roles as Nyad in “Ariadne auf Naxos” ( Brooklyn Repertory Opera Co. ) Barbarina in “The Marriage of Figaro” ( Brooklyn Repertory Opera Co. ) The Screaming Woman in "Cavaleria Rusticana" ( Brooklyn Repertory Opera Co.), Suor Osmina in "Suor Angelica" in where she participated in the Operafestival di Roma in Rome, Italy. Her ensemble work includes such productions as; “Un Ballo Mascero”, “Orpheus and Euridicy” "Hansel and Gretel" "Cavaleria Rusticana" "Fidelio" ( Brooklyn Repertory Opera Co.), and The Magic Flute (Operafestival di Roma). Internationally Mary participated in a recital at the HolzhausenShlosschen in Frankfurt, Germany with the Opera Lab Co. as well as a recital with Opera Ireland. Mary is also a frequent guest soloist with such liturgical groups as, The New York Cantata Singers under the direction of the late MET conductor David Lubovitch, The National Cathedral Choir for the Consecration of the Right Reverend Shannon Johnson , and has appeared on the nationally syndicated TV program, "The Hour of Power" at the Crystal Cathedral. In addition to her vocal career, Mary enjoys a rewarding career in dance. Trained at the Washington School of Ballet, she joined the Washington Ballet company in 1997, and danced for 4 years as a company member performing such roles as, Little Mouse, Big Mouse, Soldier and Candy Cane in productions of "The Nutcracker". In 2004 during her participation with the Operafestival Di Roma, she danced the role of the flame dancer in "The Magic Flute". Mary has been the resident Choreographer for the Brooklyn Repertory Opera Co. from 2007-2010 as well as choreographing for The Equus project Co. out of The Julliard School. Mary is also a certified pilates MAT, Reformer, Tower Reformer, Pilates Apparatus, Barre and AFFA group fitness instructor teaching in NYC. Upcoming, Mary is looking forward to performances in Las Vegas as well as a rewarding 2014 season for The Pink Tutu Ballet.
*** Lesson Details ***
When taking voice lessons, students will be instructed on the proper techniques of vocal singing. Starting with the body as the instrument, focusing on proper breath management and vocal projection. Once the foundation has been set, vocal repertoire will be introduced with the accompaniment of musical theory and ear training to complete the total package of a well trained vocalist.
When taking ballet lessons, students will be taught the foundations of proper technique grounded in the Vaganava style of ballet. Perfecting movements through careful instruction will lead to a sculpted and well rehearsed graceful dancer.
*** Studio Equipment ***
The Singing Tutus Studio is a warm and inviting vocal studio as well as dance studio. The voice studio is located on the second floor of a residence, and is equipped with a piano, music stand, full musical library and brimming wall to wall with fanciful ballet costumes. The dance studio is a lovely open space, located in the clubhouse of the residence. A large floor with all apparatus is available for perfecting your technique, as well as musical accompaniment for proper rehearsals.
*** Travel Equipment ***
Mrs. A. is available to bring any musical vocal scores for visiting voice lessons, an 88 key weighted keyboard, as well as a boom box for dance rehearsals.
*** Specialties ***
Opera, ballet, audition prep, vocal technique, classical voice, lyrical dance, music theory, ear training.
Classical Voice, Ear Training, Music Theory, Opera Voice, Singing
I am a teacher who passionately loves music and teaching. I have studied Music Education for 5 years at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV). Over the years, I have had the opportunity to study and work with renowned vocalists and teachers. I have sung as a Bass-Baritone in various ensembles such as the UNLV Chamber Chorale, the Desert Singers, the Las Vegas Master Singers as well as performed with the Las Vegas Philharmonic, Henderson Symphony, and the Desert Winds. Throughout my time at the university, I have had the privilege to teach many choirs at both the high school and university levels.
As your instructor, I will use my experiences to give you the best possible lesson. I am well-versed in vocal pedagogy and can help develop a healthy singing voice/tone that will lessen tension and allow for long-lasting singing. Whether it be with sight singing, ear training, music theory, diction, vocal technique or posture, I will make sure you succeed as well as making each lesson fun and memorable. I hope to be your teacher soon!
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