- Teaches students:
- Ages 15 to 60
- Teaching since:
I am a professional opera singer and voice teacher, based in New York City. I received my Bachelor's of Music from The Juilliard School and my Master's of Music from Mannes The New School for Music. I have performed in theaters all over the U.S. Most recently I performed with the Princeton Festival in New Jersey where I covered the role of Marzelline in Beethoven's Fidelio.
My vocal instruction is centered around proper breath control and knowing how to use your body as an instrument. Students will learn how to release tension, focus their sound, support the core of their sound and sing with confidence. Learning healthy vocal technique is key to pursuing a long-lasting singing career. I also teach musical theory of varying levels, basic foreign language diction and dramatic interpretation to my students. While I specialize in classical music, I also enjoy teaching musical theater as well. Good vocal technique can and should be applied to any kind of singing.
I teach lessons in my private studio or in clients' homes provided there is access to a piano. Please message me if you're interested in starting or advancing your singing education. I look forward to hearing your voice!
During my time with The Princeton Festival I was contracted as the cover for Marzelline in their production of Fidelio. I was also contracted as a chorus member for the Baroque Ensemble, as well as the Opera Chorus.
Very kind and nurturing voice instructor. She is knowledgable and very good at encouraging you to relax into the work so you are free of tension and self-consciousness. Her classical background is her strength, and with it comes the best technique you can get.+ Read More