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Acting, Film Acting, Piano, Singing, Broadway Singing, Music Performance, Music Theory, Opera Voice, Speaking Voice, Theater Acting
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Dear aspiring singers (pianists see below): I firmly believe that with the right training, anyone can sing! We all have the instrument built-in after all! Are you tone deaf? I can fix that. Crack on high notes? I can fix that. Nasal? Hoarse? Can't hold long notes? All of these are common vocal problems that can be easily be solved through guidance and practice. Trust me, no one ever regretted taking voice lessons!
For my piano friends: How often do you sit down at a piano and wish you could just place your hands on the piano and magically create beautiful music? Piano is a challenging skill, but certainly not impossible. Learning to play the piano, even if it's never mastered, is such an incredible joy. Learning piano helps you to improve so many other skills as well, such as singing, any other instrument, and even math!
About Me: After completing my Master of Music degree in Vocal Performance at North Park University in Chicago, I moved here to NYC in 2010 to pursue my loves of music, acting, and education. Currently, I work as a Teaching Artist through Wingspan Arts, act in short films, and sing in concerts, operas, and musical theater productions around the city. I have been teaching acting, modeling, voice, and piano to children and adults of all ages for the last seven years. My goal is to professionally fuse my passion for music, theater, and education while continuing to learn, grow, and share the beauty and magic of the arts with others.
In my free time I enjoy movies, Broadway shows, cooking, and exploring all the delicious wonders New York City has to offer! I miss Chicago pizza, but NYC sure knows its way around a cupcake!
Piano, Singing, Broadway Singing, Music Performance, Music Theory, Opera Voice
Kristin has been teaching piano and voice for over ten years. Most recently she was on the faculty at the International Opera Center of America where she taught piano for singers. Kristin taught both group and private lessons at the MusicTime School in San Francisco, CA where she was best known for her innovative work combining fun activities with learning, creating an excitement for music in many young piano and voice students.
Kristin began her piano studies at the age of 3 and her vocal studies at 10. Kristin's most recent success as Florence Pike in the opera Albert Herring was produced by Maestro Lorin Maazel with the London Royal College of Music at Chateauville, VA. The company subsequently replicated some of the opera, in a concert version, with Marvin Hamlisch at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC. Last year, the mezzo-soprano was a Resident Artist with the International Opera Center of America where she dazzled the audience in the title role of Carmen and sparkled as Alisa in Lucia di Lammermoor.
Kristin was first recognized as a youngster with an extraordinary voice. By thirteen, she had developed to a performance level that merited an invitation to tour throughout Germany. Following High School graduation, Kristin received a scholarship to attend Oberlin Conservatory. She completed her Bachelor of Music Degree in Voice Performance at Oberlin and then obtained a Master of Music Degree from San Francisco Conservatory of Music. Kristin then joined the Central Florida Lyric Opera's young artist program in Orlando and began studying with Maestro Bill Doherty.
Early in her career, Kristin was honored to be chosen as an Apprentice Artist with Des Moines Metro Opera and debuted in the leading role as
Miss Baggott in The Little Sweep by Benjamin Britten. In 2007 Kristin toured Italy in a concert production by Il Sempre Magico Baule, the Italian Opera Company based near Milan. Her performances were so successful that she was called back to perform the Pergolesi Stabat Mater with the company which garnered the highest critical acclaim and played to sold out audiences. Kristin returned to her scenes of triumph for a summer 2008 concert tour with La Scala artist Andrea Elena.
Singing, Broadway Singing, Music Theory, Opera Voice
I am fun, friendly, and outgoing, and I love to teach.
I have been making music since I first picked up a recorder in the 4th grade. Over the years, I've played flute, trumpet, and piano, and sung in choirs, cabarets, musicals, and operas. I recently received my Masters in Music (Vocal Performance) from New Jersey City University where I studied classical voice. Although I am trained classically, I love performing all genres of music, including Broadway, folk songs, spirituals, and jazz. In fact, my Masters thesis explores the convergence of opera and musical theater – these two genres have more in common than you might think!
Sharing music with others is a passion of mine, whether it be through performing or teaching. I firmly believe that anyone can sing! I work with all types of students, both beginners and more advanced singers, from young to old. Voice lessons should be both challenging and fun – in our lessons, we’ll work on developing a healthy singing technique … while exploring some great song literature.
I’m currently singing with a variety of professional choirs in the tri-state area, mostly performing sacred music; I sing with the First United Methodist Church in Stamford where I lead the alto section and perform occasional solos; I chant the evening compline service at the Christ Church in Greenwich, and I also sub for a number of local churches. I am also performing in the community theater production of Oklahoma! at Curtain Call in Stamford, which opens at the end of March. I’m also putting together a cabaret performance with two other singers, where we will perform a number of solos, duets and trios from classical and musical theater genres.
Thanks for stopping by, and keep singing!
Piano, Singing, Broadway Singing, Opera Voice
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.
Guitar, Piano, Singing, Broadway Singing, Music Performance, Music Recording, Music Theory, Opera Voice, Songwriting, Speaking Voice
Hello! I am a graduate of Berklee College of Music, with a Bachelor’s degree in Writing and Production. I am attending NYU as a graduate student at Steinhardt. I have been teaching privately for over ten years, and performing for over 20!
My first love is piano, as I began lessons at age 7. I wrote my first song at age 8 and started playing guitar the next year. I am an accomplished songwriter, arranger, producer, performer, teacher and director. I recently moved here from Boston where I was the Music Director at All Souls Church in Braintree, MA and performed jazz/blues, funk, and kid's music. I love teaching and excel at finding unique ways to teach music and keep it interesting! I want you to have fun and learn what you find most interesting so we will work together to reach your goals.
Along with instrument and vocal lessons, I offer tutoring in all subjects of music and songwriting, and specialize in offering lessons tailored to each student’s needs. I refuse to hand out a book and go from front to back - expect handouts, impromptu lesson material to help you learn any specific concept you may be struggling with, CD’s with study material, exploratory homework, and thinking outside the box! We will do whatever it takes to get you wherever you want to be.
Singing, Broadway Singing, Music Performance, Opera Voice, Speaking Voice
Whether you are seasoned performer or a an absolute beginner I want to help you reach your vocal potential.
I fell in love with teaching music while a student myself! I am an alumna of the University of Michigan, where I received Masters of Music and a Bachelors of Music degrees with honors. While there, I began my private vocal studio and studied vocal pedagogy. Since graduation, I have maintained a private studio in New York. I love what I do. I find it fulfilling to give my students the tools that they need to succeed and watch them achieve their goals.
I have performed in both the US and internationally on a professional level. As a performer I am comfortable in a range of repertoire: Musical Theater, Jazz, Opera, Pop, Folk and other genres. As a teacher, I find that my own experiences in performing inform and help guide my teaching style. In addition to teaching and performing in Operas, Concerts and Musicals, I perform on behalf of an outreach organization called Concerts Motion, bringing live performances to audiences who are hospitalized, isolated or in need. I also serve as a Cantorial Soloist at Shaaray Tefila of Bedford, New York.
In addition to my more advanced and older students, I have a passion for teaching children. I began working with younger students as an instructor at the Cranbrook Theater School. While there I taught lessons and group workshops on singing, acting and general performance to students ages 5 through high school.
*Wide dynamic and vocal range
*Lessons to Improve Public Speaking and Speech
*Healthy Vocal Technique
and Having Fun!
My approach to vocal instruction encourages a healthy technique bringing freedom throughout the entire body. I teach a variety of ages and singing levels. I look forward to working with you!
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