Ms. B’s Voice

Ms. B’s Voice

1 employee
8 years in business

About this pro

Being trained in vocal performance for up 20+ years, I specialize in musical theatre and classical music, as well as R&B, pop, jazz and more. Being an aspiring recording artist at the age of 9, I have performed in many community performance, concerts and school events in Washington, DC. After being trained in classical music in high school, I attended a performing arts conservatory in New York City where I gathered the basic skills of breath, resonance and other supports needed to effectively and safely use your voice in song. Two years after, I transferred to a BFA program in Los Angeles where I received my degree and started my business as a voice instructor. 

My lessons all depend on what your goal is. A lesson for a student who wants to learn voice as a hobby is different from a lesson for a student who is interested in building their vocal techniques to use in their career. From beginner to expert, you will learn the step-by-step necessities to reach your vocal performance abilities.

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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

I want to hear my students’ vocal abilities in person to get a good idea of what their vocal strengths are, as well as, finding the proper exercises needed to support what they can work on. JUST SING FOR ME!

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

After a year of classical training in high school, I attended The American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York for two years. I developed vocal techniques that best support my vocal performance as well as health.

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

$1 per minute (45-minute sessions min.)

$45 per session

How did you get started teaching?

I started teaching voice after I graduated from college in 2012. I started teaching lessons to other students that attend the college I graduated from. After a year, I moved back to Washington, DC and worked as an elementary school teacher which gave me better strategies to use in my own lessons.

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

Lessons are what you make of them. That’s why I always encourage my students to warm-up and practice at least 30 minutes a day outside of scheduled lessons. Your voice is like a muscle that needs to be exercised on a regular basis.

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

What is your goal as a vocalist? Do you have a performance coming up that you want to prepare for and you want to get basic skills to practice with? Are you just starting out in the music business and want to get essential techniques to use throughout the progression of your career? Are you in the music business and want to be coached once a week or every other week? Think about where you want to be or do within the next couple of months. This will give me a better idea of where to start with your lessons.

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