I am a 2009 graduate of Rutgers University with a BA in Music and a 2011 graduate of Teachers College, Columbia with an MA in Music Education. I teach trumpet, piano and voice. Lesson Details Each lesson begins with a warmup consisting of scales, rhythmic exercises or short excerpts from repertoire we are working on. Students will learn notation, rhythm, music theory and musicianship, applying this knowledge to repertoire we are working on during lessons. I recognize that each student has different goals and I will focus on achieving these goals during your lessons. I like to encourage creativity by allowing students the opportunity to compose their own short melodies or put a different interpretation on something already learned. Each lesson will end with a summary of what was done ...
Music is my passion. I love film and acting but music is where my heart truly lies. I am a new graduate from Berklee College of Music in Boston, but my love of music started long before my college education. I began piano lessons very young but gave that up to pursue guitar. I've also been writing from an early age, anything from lyrics to poems to short stories to screenplays. My poetry was published many times in a US wide book featuring the art of children between 6 and 12 years of age. My father, an artist (mainly painter), encouraged me to pursue my artistic passions and by the age of 12 I was writing some of my first songs on guitar. I took voice lessons over the years as well as guitar lessons and even played clarinet in my high school band. I spent a year in Puerto Rico in my ...
Students learn proper vocal technique to sing a variety of different styles and genres, including classical, Broadway, and pop rock. Emphasis is on maintaining good vocal health and using music as a form of expression.
Rachel B. has produced, directed, and performed in numerous productions both in Philly and NJ. She earned her B.M. in Music Theatre from Westminster Choir College in 2010, and went on to intern with the Passage Theatre Company in Trenton, NJ. Recently, she has been delving into the world of opera, producing and directing works by Donizetti and Mozart with Opera MODO. In 2011, she started her own company, Plutonian Productions, which specializes in original works. Rachel also teaches voice and acting privately in her home.
Just Sing! As a performer myself, I know how challenging it can be to get out of your head, stop thinking and let loose. I am here to challenge your instincts and develop your own fully energized, open and supported sound. We will explore topics like body alignment, tension, breath coordination, and registration to expand your versatility and stamina as a singer.
As a teaching artist, my goal is to reinforce a healthy structure to your voice while expanding your capacities as an actor and performer by letting the complete singing actor emerge. I wish for my work in the studio to be accessible even when you are practicing on your own. I hope to empower each student to become self-sufficient on a personal level, understanding that each individual grows from different methods to find that perfect balance of artistic and technical instruction. I recently spent the summer in Pittsburgh performing in four Pittsburgh CLO shows appearing as The Production Tenor in Singin’ in the Rain and Garvin in Footloose. Before this, I spent my previous two summers performing at MT Wichita and Connecticut Repertory Theatre, all of which has taught me what it takes
Beginner Singers will discover a new amazing instrument that was never developed before. When releasing previous fears and beliefs of not being able to sing well, it tends to become a life-transforming experience. Professional Singers will get in top shape for concerts and recordings, and improve the physical and mental skills to be able to perform at their peak under pressure.
I studied Voice both privately in NYC and at New York University as a musical Theater major. I have fronted several NYC bands throughout the 80's and 90's and currently with The Sherri Pie Band throughout NJ and the greater metropolitan area. Miss Sherri’s singing programs will lead you through a fun, unique process that develops an extraordinary new found awareness of your voice, body and mind.This new awareness enables you to release strain and restrictions that you have likely not been aware of before.You can now effectively heal voice problems and develop all physical aspects of your voice, such as greater strength, endurance, richness, resonance, power, and range.
If you (or your child) dreams of performing on stage, I am your gal! I have over 15 years experience as a singer/actor, and I specialize in teaching musical theatre voice. Together, we will work on building solid vocal technique, picking awesome Broadway material for you to sing, and finally, acting through song. I absolutely love working with students of all ages and experience levels and I can't wait to see the progress you make on our journey together!
Hi there! I'm Brittany! Whether you (or your child) has dreams of singing on stage or just in the shower, I'd love to teach you how! I am an accomplished performer AND teacher - please read about my experience below. ON STAGE: I hold a Bachelor of Music degree in Musical Theatre from Rider University. I have garnered many professional credits at such venues as: Surflight Theatre in Beach Haven, NJ; Mt. Washington Valley Theatre Co. in North Conway, NH; Princeton Festival Theatre in Princeton, NJ; Resorts Hotel & Casino in Atlantic City, NJ, and others. IN THE CLASSROOM: I am a certified K-12 music teacher in the state of New Jersey, I hold a Master's degree in Music Education from Westminster Choir College in Princeton. I have taught students in grades K-5 at Community Park ...
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