- Teaches students:
- Ages 8+ and special needs
- Teaching since:
- September 2013
I hold a Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance from the University of Texas at Arlington. I am passionate about helping people of all ages find their unique voice. Your vocal health is my top priority, with a main focus of teaching you the best vocal techniques to help you produce a beautiful sound without the worry of damaging your vocal cords.
The techniques I teach can be transferred to any vocal style you wish to sing.
I can help you or your student prepare for an upcoming audition of any type, such as college entrance auditions, church solos, musicals, as well as prep for songs to be sung for special occasions, weddings, recitals, etc..
I also specialize in sight-singing training and technique.
Let me help you reach your full vocal potential ...and have fun while doing it!
I teach students of every age and musical background. I am passionate about teaching others how to produce a sound that is not only beautiful, but healthy! In addition to learning the proper handling of the voice, I teach good musicianship, music reading, as well as the all-important skills necessary to becoming a good musical performer and crafting a performance that will fully engage the audience!+ Read More
Founded in 1944, National Association of Teachers of Singing, Inc. (NATS) is the largest professional association of teachers of singing in the world with more than 7,000 members worldwide.
Begun in 1920 as the Texas Band Teachers Association, the Texas Music Educators Association is an organization of over 10,000 school music educators dedicated to promoting excellence in music education. TMEA is comprised of five divisions: Band, Orchestra, Vocal, Elementary and College. On behalf of its members and Texas schoolchildren, TMEA carefully monitors the actions of all state decision-making bodies on issues affecting fine arts instruction in Texas. In addition to many member benefits, TMEA offers professional development opportunities for its members with Region workshops and especially with its annual Clinic/Convention. TMEA supports the future of music education by offering scholarships to music education majors and by sponsoring the Texas Future Music Educators, an organization through which high school students interested in careers in music education learn more about what to expect in their college education and future careers.+ Read More
As an absolute beginner, Julie has been amazing in helping me with my voice. She is attentive to what your goals are, patient, and works to get you there without damaging your vocals. Her training methods have allowed me to sing with more confidence!
Miss Julie is understand and respectful to whatever expertise you are at in your music career. She takes the time to listen, correct and give tips that you just don't get from online research and trying things for yourself. She gave me the guidance that is necessary to persuade my art form and for that reason I'd highly recommend anyone to take a class with her.+ Read More
She is a great teacher!
Julie N. is a terrific teacher for our family. She not only sings beautifully, and she knows how to convey her knowledge to her students. I will recommend her to anyone who like to sing. She is very patient and kind. She even taught us musical theory when needed.+ Read More
Ms. Nichols is an amazing instructor. She is very talented at very good at sharing her knowledge and technique.
Julie is a very knowledgeable instructor. She always manages to find alternative explanations to make sure that the lesson yields the best results. She also focuses on making sure that no damage is done to the voice. In just a few months, my singing has greatly improved.+ Read More
Julie is super organized, and a very hard working teacher. I'm very happy with the quality of her voice lessons!
My daughter likes the way Julie teaches her. She is showing more interest in Piano and singing after taking classes with Julie