Mitch FitzDaniel

Mitch F.

Jamaica Plain, MA

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Mitch delivers an exceptional lesson experience and ranks in the top 15% of our teachers nationwide.
Teaches students:
Ages 5+ and special needs

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I am a singer who has been living in Boston for the last seven years. I completed by Master's degree in Vocal Performance at Boston University in 2017, and am an active performer with several Boston-based performance groups as well as a voice teacher. In addition to my current performance specialization in classical singing, I have performed in musical theatre roles, fronted a rock band, and worked as a singing waiter covering pop tunes in previous years.

My approach to voice focuses on the development of a strong classical technique for breathing and sound production that can then be modified for use in any genre. I believe that there are few truly bad voices out there, just people that don't know how to use their voices right.

Students that take time to practice will find regular improvement on a weekly basis with regard to breath control, access to the upper and lower limits of their range, and ease and endurance in their vocal production (i.e. they can sing louder for longer). While classical technique was developed for use without a microphone, I have extensive experience with proper microphone technique for those that need it.

I teach from a comfortable home studio in Jamaica Plain, or am willing and able to travel for your convenience. While my primary focus is on beginning singers, students of all ages and experience are welcome. I do supply some song repertoire and exercises to learn, but students are actively encouraged to seek out and bring music they would like to learn to their lessons. I look forward to meeting you and helping you on your way to great singing!

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