- Teaches students:
- Females 8 to 24, males 8 to 18 and special needs
- Teaching since:
- April 2012
Hello! My name is Natalia - I'm a recent graduate from Saint Olaf College where I majored in music education. Singing and musical theater are my great passions and in my private studio I have worked with students of all ages and abilities to develop their own unique singing voice and technique. I love belting, pop music and jazz, but I am also a classically trained Soprano in the Bel Canto technique. I am fully bilingual in Spanish (I'm from Colombia!) and I love working with anyone interested in learning more about the performing arts. I work with students aged 7-18+, if you're interested in contacting me further, please don't hesitate to send me a message.
I have a private voice studio based out of Northfield, MN serving students in elementary through high school. I specialize in audition techniques and musical theater.
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