Hire Score Media

Hire Score Media


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Are you working on developing your confidence in voice or piano?
Looking to develop your sound, or learn a new technique or style?
Working towards an audition or big performance?
Do you want to have a leg up on the competition with lessons from a skilled, award winning musician?

At Hire Score Studios, we offer engaging and comprehensive lessons catered to your interest and abilities. We provide direct paths to developing the skills you want, with technique that focuses on healthy production that ensures the longevity of your instrument. Our lessons are more than your average music lessons, and our students often learn to accompany themselves, sing in a range of styles, and write and record their own material.Students have performed for projects ranging from Nickelodeon Studios to the Nobel Peace Prize Ceremony.

What do you want to learn?

Composition (Counterpoint, Melody Writing, Orchestration, Transposition, Transcription)
Songwriting (Lyric writing, Rap, Music Writing: Pop, Musical Theater, Rock, and many more genres)
Music Production (Mixing, Arranging, Mastering, Ableton and Protools)
Piano (Classical, Rock, Blues, Jazz, Accompanying)
Voice (Classical, Pop, Rock, Musical Theater, Vocal Percussion)
Sightreading for Voice and Piano
Auditioning and Performance Skills


NYU Vocal Performance Alum B. Music (1 of Top 5 Vocal Programs in the US)
Years of professional experience Off Broadway and National Tour (Theaterworks USA)
2015 Maverick Movie Award Best Music Nominee
2017 Best Action Short "Brothers" (Culver City Film Festival)

10 years of teaching experience, students ranging from 8-48 (Hope University, Performing Arts Studio West, LAUSD, Irvine School of Music, Manhattan School of Dance and Music)
30 Day Emergency Teaching Credential/ CTE Credential Elligible

Call today for lessons at the Glendale Studio or in person at your own home! Serving Los Angeles and Orange County.

Working with students from different backgrounds has been an awesome way for me to grow as a teacher. I've served the intellectually disabled and Spanish speakers. Furthermore, my lessons focus on tangible changes that result in significant outcomes in as little as a few lessons. One student in particular added two octaves to her range in just eight lessons.

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Glendale, CA 91202
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

A consultation will allow me to get an idea of your goals. We will start working with material that you like, and use the first few lessons to determine your vocal range and potential.

Students come from different backgrounds, and within a few lessons, we can determine what are your main challenges. As a padagogue, my goal is to teach you how to be self-sufficient and use your intuition to make the best musical choices.

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

New York University, B. Music Vocal Performance cum laude (1 of Top 5 Universities for Voice in US)

Professional Gigging Musician with Off-Broadway and National Touring Experience.

Teaching Credential and 6 years of Teaching Experience (Hope University, LAUSD, Irvine School of Music, Performing Arts Studio West, Manhattan School of Dance and Music)

Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

Call for inquiries.

What types of students have you worked with?

Ages 8 - 48

Special Needs and Spanish Language Speakers

What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Not many teachers have experience in different styles. Look for a teacher who is also an avid music student. They are likely to help you learn new styles, and share their experience learning them with you.

Also, music lessons should be fun. While certain material is appropriate for learning different techniques, your teacher should be open to teaching you the music you enjoy. They should also be focused on healthy singing.

What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

Why do you want to sing?

What styles are you interested in?

How many hours of practice can you dedicate to rehearsing a week?