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Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Bachelor of Music - Vocal Performance from University of the Arts
Teaches students 5 and up
Need help with stage jitters and nervousness during performances?? I can help you build confidence on stage and you'll notice a huge difference at your next audition or performance!
Hello potential students! My name is Kara. I teach voice and piano to students of all ages online and in Doylestown, PA. Thank you so much for viewing my profile. I went to University of the Arts for my Bachelor's and Master's degree. I am a life-long learner and just started another Master'
Speaks Italian, English, Spanish
Awarded Third Place Performer from Torch Music Fest
Teaching since 2016
Acting! And yes vocal training and technique for it!
Lehman College, Bachelors of Fine Arts, Graduate! I am a Musical Theatre Performer. I perform all the time and believe that learning new and different techniques including warm-ups are of importance when it comes to the art of performing. I teach singing, acting and other subjects too, check them o
Speaks Spanish, Russian
Master of Fine Arts from Harvard American Repertory Theatre
Teaching since 2013
How do you translate theatrical technique to film and TV? What do you need to know about acting for the camera? We'll break down the mechanics of delivering a powerful on-screen performance and employ simple technical adjustments that bring your work to the next level.
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Speaks French, English
Teaching since 2015
BFA in Musical Theatre from University of Miami
I specialize in voice and acting training that encourages and teaches you to utilize your whole body to fuel not only your vocal choices, but your physical as well. I have taught kids, teens, and adults alike over the past 5 years and I will help you find your voice though connecting your breath to your motivation and your voice to your intention. Whether you need a tutor to give you lessons on building a solid foundation of technique, a coach to prepare you for an audition or performance, or a teacher to continue your vocal journey with, I am here for you and I cannot wait to help you grow and succeed. Please do not hesitate to reach out!
I am a professional actor, singer, and dancer who has worked in Seattle, Miami and New York City. I received my BFA in Musical Theatre form the University of Miami and have taught those skills to people of all ages and skill levels for over 5 years. I recently moved from New York to Los Angeles wit
Teaching since 2000
Jazz Studies from University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
For many years I sang in my school Chamber Choir and took voice lessons. The choir performed regularly in pubic and in statewide competitions. I also have years of experience teaching the basics of singing in a low pressure way.
Topics we learn about include breathing and breath control, pitch and intervals, keys and scales and singing harmony. I can accompany a student while they sing, and hopefully teach them the basics of accompanying themselves.
My name is David and I'm a professional musician who just moved to North Austin. I came from Cincinnati, where I went to the University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music, taught dozens of students at all levels and played regular gigs every weekend. I have been teaching for over fifteen y
Bachelor of Arts in Theatre Performance from Fordham University at Lincoln Center: New York City
Teaches students 10 and up
Teaching since 2008
With more than two decades of experience working as a professional SAG-AFTRA/AEA actor in Los Angeles, New York, and many places in between, coaching others to build their best auditions and reach their potential as actors and performers has become a passion of mine.
Private Coaching services include, but are not limited to:
* Private Audition Coaching
* College-Specific Audition Coaching and Monologue Selection
* Audition Material Selection Assistance (especially for young women - I have a lot to look through!)
* Work Up a Challenging Role
* Vocal Work and Public Speaking
* Song-As-Monologue Coaching
* "I want to be an actor - where do I start?" Consultation
Whether the focus of a session is on building a stellar repertoire of audition pieces, working on a difficult role, getting deeper into the language of Shakespeare, or song-as-monologue work for musical theater actors, my approach to private coaching is centered around meeting the needs of the clie
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Whether you’re the parent of a budding actor, or a drama enthusiast hoping to ignite a stage spark in your child, there are plenty of cool acting games you can play at home! These interactive, improvisational activities are used in many top drama classes and workshops because they’re really handy for developing key performance skills in a fun way. Another cool thing about improv for kids is that it costs nothing but time and creativity, yet yields educational and personal development as well …
By Megan L.
I’ve said it once and I will say it again, we are all actors by nature! Anyone can be an actor if given the proper tools and training. There are ways to become a stronger stage actor and as performers we should always be learning and growing. When speaking to new actors, I often quote Michael Shurtleff, the author of my favorite acting text, “Audition”. He once said, “Use what you know. Don't worry about what you don't know.” This couldn’t be more true! Acting is reacting and …
By Emily Meredith
Vying for your dream role on stage or on screen? Any audition can be scary, but especially so if it calls for reading a script without ever seeing it before. Here are some helpful audition tips from Huntington Beach, CA teacher Natalie E. to help you prepare with confidence... Preparing for a cold reading audition can seem like a daunting task. How can I make strong choices if I'm still on book? How can I truly capture the life of the character if I’m only reading a couple of l …
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